Tag: Relapse

Gadget – The Funeral March Review

Originally written by Jeremy Garner For those of you who’ve been keeping track, this album has been sitting in my to-do pile for far too long. In a lot of ways though, I’m glad for

Suffocation – Suffocation Review

Doug Moore’s take: As I see it, there are two ways of looking at 2006 for death metal as a genre. On one hand, you could decry the lack of significant stylistic innovation from younger

Misery Index – Discordia Review

Originally written by Ian Duncan-Brown. The new Misery Index album is impressive, to say the least. Though I enjoyed the band’s energetic performance when I last saw them, I have been consistently underwhelmed by their recorded output.

Nile – Annihilation Of The Wicked Review

Originally written by Ian Duncan-Brown. Annihilation of the Wicked is a very good album. Although the initial euphoria of this release has worn off for me, I can still tell that there is excellent material here. Nile were

Origin – Echoes Of Decimation Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. As opposed to clichés as I am, I cannot help but say that Origin and I have a special love-hate relationship that stretches back to their self-titled Relapse debut, and continues up

High On Fire – Blessed Black Wings Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes I had no idea that 2005 was going to be such a great year for heavy music. Although I knew High On Fire had a new album coming out, I anticipated the

Pig Destroyer – Terrifyer Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Virginia’s destructive three piece returns with yet another crushing Relapse release that’s two and a half years in the making. So did they get a bassist yet, or what? No.

Nasum – Shift Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Although easily one of the bigger labels around, Relapse consistently releases quality album after quality album. I’d love to talk shit about Relapse, I really would, but I just can’t.