Tag: Pulverised Records

Ripped to Shreds – 魔經 – Demon Scriptures Review

A lot of people think there are few substitutes for seeing a band live. To counter that argument one can point out that there is a great substitute: listening to an album roughly the length

Majestic Downfall – …When Dead Review

One of the most important keys to good doom – and minimal music of all types – is efficiency. It isn’t efficient with time, obviously, as doom is the metal most known for its drawn-out

Bone Gnawer – Cannibal Crematorium Review

Until last year, Bone Gnawer was most notable as a collaboration between vocalist Kam Lee (ex-Denial Fiend, ex-Massacre, ex-Mantas) and guitarist Rogga Johansson. But Johansson departed in 2014 – presumably to form another seven bands,

Nidsang – Into The Womb Of Dissolving Flames Review

Black metal, with all of its offshoots, movements, and ideologies, lends itself to some creative descriptions. The easiest way to describe Sweden’s Nidsang on sophomore effort Into the Womb of Dissolving Flames? A violent churn.

Crypt Of Kerberos – World Of Myths Review

I struggled with this review for months because this Crypt Of Kerberos disc presents something of an interesting quandary. As a reviewer, from time to time, I’m confronted with an album that I know is

Master – The New Elite Review

For nearly thirty years, Paul Speckmann and some form of Master have been releasing quality thrash- and d-beat-tinted death metal. Alongside the likes of Death and Possessed, Master is one of the bands directly responsible

Zombiefication – Reaper’s Consecration Review

For whatever reason, we here at Last Rites didn’t cover Zombiefication’s 2010 debut, Midnight Stench, so let me bring you up to speed: Zombiefication is a Mexican death metal band that sounds like a Swedish death

Impiety – Ravage And Conquer Review

The first and last time I heard Singapore’s Impiety was on the band’s third album, Kaos Kommand 696, which was released almost ten years ago. Despite enough line-up changes over the past decade to make