Tag: Season Of Mist

Tsjuder – Antiliv Review

There are quite a few things about Tsjuder that some would consider to be mildly interesting. The group put out a really good album in 2004 entitled Desert Northern Hell. That’s pretty cool! Tsjuder is from

Tsjuder – Desert Northern Hell Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes This is exactly what I’ve wanted. Incredibly hard and barbaric black metal, produced accordingly without having some sort of huge bombastic sound, and Norway’s Tsjuder brings it. Everything about Desert Northern Hell is forceful

Blood Duster – Blood Duster Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas It just feels weird to say Blood Duster on “Season of Mist” records, but anyhow here it is and as most Blood Duster fans probably predicted, this is a far

Anaal Nathrakh – Domine Non Es Dignus Review

Originally written by Drew Ailes Anaal Nathrakh, one of black metal’s most extreme acts, bring you a fresh release to haunt you throughout all of 2004. For anyone who’s unfamiliar with the band, I advise

Mayhem – Chimera Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett Mayhem is a band whose career has spanned 20 years now, although you’d never know it by looking at their discography. With Chimera being only their sixth real studio release,

Macabre – Murder Metal Review

Rock music has a long and hallowed tradition of mocking itself. Metal has kept that tradition alive in the form of bands like SOD, Gwar, Spazztic Blur, OLD, Lawnmower Death…on and on. It’s appropriate and

Green Carnation – A Blessing In Disguise Review

Originally written by Tim Pigeon Green Carnation took the metal world by surprise in 2001 with their superb opus Light of Day, Day of Darkness. They were a mostly unknown band before then, but their