Tag: Osmose Productions

Benighted – Icon Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: “Why are you so brutal to me?” And thus asks the fitting opening sample from “Complete Exsanguination”, the short sharp opening salvo on Benighted’s latest and best effort, the aptly named Icon.

Angelcorpse – Of Lucifer And Lightning Review

originally written by Jim Brandon When I first heard last year that Angelcorpse were reuniting and quickly working on new material for future albums, it was pretty exciting news. Among the warlike middle-tier blast beat

Shining – V – Halmstad (Niklas Angaende Niklas) Review

originally written by Chris McDonald My previous experience with Sweden’s Shining is limited to friends playing them for me and hearing several of their songs through various promotional mediums, but I am well aware of the semi-legendary

Inhume – Chaos Dissection Order Review

originally written by Jim Brandon We all like to get our grind fix in different ways. Some of us like it drenched in gore, raw as you can get, and designed to offend. Then there’s

Yyrkoon – Unhealthy Opera Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Ah, I always feel like an asshole when I have less than glowing things to say about bands like Yyrkoon. They’re gifted musicians who produce their albums well, and seem dedicated

Melechesh – Sphynx Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Hindsight is 20/20 of course but after seeing this album on many a year end list I picked it up and when you consider Osmose recently released Bestial Mockery and

Abominator – Nuctemeron Descent Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Do we really need this? Blackened/Death Metal (which Osmose seem to have a strangle hold on) from down under. This is by no means as bad as Bestial Mockery, cos

Impaled Nazarene – All That You Fear Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas I’m ashamed to say that after 13 years and eight albums, this is my first experience with Finland’s (if not Europe’s) black metal elder statesman, well at least you won’t