Tag: Suffocation

00s Essentials – Volume Eight

Innovators, revivalists, stalwarts. Volume 8 of The 100 Most Essential Albums of the Decade contains several bands that fit at least one of those descriptions. Varying from the unabashedly artistic to the totally fucking metal, some

Suffocation – Blood Oath Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas A new Suffocation album seems to be somewhat of an event in the metal world. Even three albums into their comeback, there’s as much hype forBlood Oath as there was for 2004’s reunion

Suffocation – Suffocation Review

Doug Moore’s take: As I see it, there are two ways of looking at 2006 for death metal as a genre. On one hand, you could decry the lack of significant stylistic innovation from younger

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

Suffocation – Pierced From Within (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. I am confused. How could any death metal band be as advanced, skilled, or as talented as Suffocation displays here, on an absolutely CRUSHING effort from 1995? Any fan of