Tag: Rock

Anathema – A Natural Disaster Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. In tune with the scores of other bands that have abandoned metal altogether and gone for something different is Anathema. With A Fine Day to Exit, they showed that their

Fu Manchu – Go For It…Live! Review

SPV seems to have developed a thing for double live albums lately. First it was Annihilator, then Kreator, Life of Agony, and Sodom. Now we have this two disc set from desert rockers (their word,

Virus – Carheart Review

I’ve come to expect two things from Jester Records. First, Jester albums will never ever come out on time, or even anywhere near the original estimate. Second, they are, without exception, worth the wait. The

Ulver – A Quick Fix Of Melancholy Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Ulver is a band best known for their ability to keep their fans on their toes. You can never be too sure of what you’re going to get with each

Entombed – Inferno Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Entombed is one of those legendary bands that for one reason or another I’ve never really sat down and listened to. The only album I’ve heard is Morning Star, which

Amorphis – Far From The Sun Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Amorphis is a band that has been no stranger to change over their ten year career. Starting out as more of a melodic death band with some progressive influence, they

The Gathering – Souvenirs Review

Originally written by Russ Wallin. The Gathering is an eclectic sort of group that have brought various combinations of musical styles to a mainstream audience. The Gathering has been releasing albums for over ten years

Anthrax – We’ve Come For You All Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. Anthrax’s highly anticipated new album has finally graced my ears. Some are hailing it as the great return to form, whilst others are condemning Anthrax to a fate worse than