Tag: Rotten Sound

Best Of 2018 – Andrew Edmunds: Clever Title?! I Barely KNOW Her Title!

2018 was a very strange year for me. I started the year with an intracranial hemorrhage (I’m fully recovered now, thanks) and ended the year with a marriage (she may never fully recover, thanks). Through

Rotten Sound – Suffer To Abuse Review

All new Rotten Sound is always a cause for celebration. This six-song, twelve-minute EP comes two years after the band’s last full-length, Abuse To Suffer, and it’s clearly titled as that album’s inverse, so it’s

Andrew Edmunds’ Best Of 2016 – Let’s Put This Year Behind Us

Christ, what a terrible terrible terrible year. I’m glad this one’s behind us. Between the deaths of so many greats and the interminable American presidential election, 2016 was an insufferably brutal year. (Let’s not speak

Rotten Sound – Abuse To Suffer Review

It’s been five years since the last Rotten Sound full-length, 2011’s killer Cursed, and three years since the eight-minute follow-up blast of Species At War. Both of those releases firmly cemented Rotten Sound’s place among

Rotten Sound – Species At War Review

Species At War is eight minutes of rapid-fire, rabid, and fiery grinding, a six-song stopgap to fan the flames before the next full-length firestorm from a band that’s currently at the top of the grindcore

KK’s Best Of 2011

From a writers perspective, 2011 was a very interesting transition year for me. Somewhere in the process of graduating from college (4 years late, but hey…), spending some time to myself in Northern Germany and

Last Rites’ Best Of 2011 – Combined Staff List

2011 was a year punctuated by diversity. While many bemoaned the blackened inclination of our 2010 awards, it’s doubtful that accusations of genre favoritism will rear their heads this time around. The year’s best albums

Rotten Sound – Cursed Review

originally written by Chris McDonald If someone asked me to give an example of what the “extreme” in extreme metal is supposed to denote, Rotten Sound would be one of the first bands I would