Tag: Relapse

Mastodon – Leviathan Review

I was late hearing about Mastodon’s Remission album, so that by the time I was listening to and amazing over that record it was sort of old news and the inevitable backtalk about it had

Neurosis – The Eye Of Every Storm Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Why has it taken so long for me to write this review? I’ll tell you why. I keep falling asleep. With the shifting ambience of an oncoming storm (pun intended),

The Dillinger Escape Plan – Miss Machine Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas Chances are, with this highly anticipated album being out for a while now, that any pointless, verbose spewing on my behalf won’t sway your opinion of this record. More than

Suffocation – Souls To Deny Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance 2004 has certainly been the year of the comeback album. Once revered acts are reuniting and releasing material with varying levels of success. Why? What is forcing these musicians well

Pig Destroyer – Painter Of Dead Girls (Reissue) Review

When the great musical historians of the future turn their jaundiced eyes toward the third millennium in search of those artists who forged ideas and built dynasties of musical progression, certain names will stand above

The End – Within Dividia Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett The End comes through as yet another strong band added to the Relapse roster of heaviness. Within Dividia comes across as a heavy slab of core infused death/grind insanity. Harsh

Burnt By The Sun – The Perfect Is The Enemy Of The Good

Well, fucking all right. Burnt by the Sun has made a CD with “Ancient” written all over it and I get to review it. Kismet? Fate? Destiny? I suppose it’s for greater minds than I

Dying Fetus – Stop At Nothing Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. You gotta hand it to John Gallagher. A few years ago, everyone in Dying Fetus left the band in a somewhat questionable move to form Misery Index. With Kevin Talley leading the way,