Tag: Season Of Mist

Anciients – Voice Of The Void Review

You’d have to forgive Vancouver’s Anciients for falling slightly short of the mark with their 2013 LP, Heart of Oak. With only one — albeit excellent — EP under their belt and thriving on their high energy live

Imperium Dekadenz – Dis Manibvs Review

Over the past decade or so, Germany’s Imperium Dekadenz has slowly but surely grown from somewhat humble (but still quality) origins into one of the best bands in the melodic, melancholy black metal field. Their


Inquisition – Bloodshed Across the Empyrean Altar Beyond the Celestial Zenith Review

There’s really no need to get into Inquisition‘s background. We aren’t going to deal with their political garbage dump heaped upon them by websites seeking clicks and ad revenue. In fact, they just got back

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

Gorguts – Pleiades’ Dust Review

Luc Lemay is dismayed. At least, one can assume so. The Gorguts leader possesses one of the greatest minds in heavy metal’s storied history, but much of what he sees around him — both within

Sinistro – Semente Review

Semente is the second full-length from Portugal’s Sinistro, but the first full-length with vocalist Patrícia Andrade as an official member of the band. (Sinistro and Andrade collaborated on a 2013 release before she joined.) Stylistically,

Destroyer 666 – Wildfire Review

It’s been seven years since Deströyer 666’s last full-length album, the somewhat underwhelming Defiance. In those seven years, the band essentially disintegrated, leaving only founder/guitarist/vocalist K.K. Warslut from that 2009 line-up. The band’s membership has never

Rotting Christ – Rituals Review

Given that heavy metal as a discrete set of sounds and practices has been around for roughy as long as the duration of the Cold War, the casual music fan can be forgiven for assuming