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Brainoil – Singularity To Extinction Review

Trends are unstable and often unjust. And really, there’s no better illustration to that point than our dear old friend, sludge. The word itself seems enough to keep anything attached to it chained to disapproval.

DeathgraVe – So Real, It’s Now Review

If you’ve spent ample time with a discerning ear placed to the underground of the extreme music world located on the western seaboard of these United States, perhaps you’ve come across DeathgraVe. Then again, maybe

Mortuous – Through Wilderness Review

Let’s talk about putridity, friend. More specifically, whether or not you enjoy putridity enough to celebrate it in your life. You may think you do, considering the fact that you once managed to sit through

Necrot – Blood Offerings Review

I’m not sure what you, dear reader, want out of your heavy metal, but I’m in this for the riffs. To me, good riffs are the foundation of good heavy metal. What makes a riff

Ghoul – Dungeon Bastards Review

Ghoul. Who are they? What are they? Why are they? What can we do about them? They…it…are…is… a travelling metal sideshow. And like a sideshow the performers come and go, the quality depends on how

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Victims – Sirens Review

Swedes have forever been at the forefront of the d-beat movement, taking inspiration from the incomparably influential Discharge with bands like Rude Kids, KSMB (En Slemmig Torsk), Missbrukarna and Mob 47 (to name a few). Historically, the Swedish

Necrot – The Labyrinth Review

Punishing, savage, treacherous, merciless, bloodthirsty, bulldozing, butchering, buzz-sawing, spine-rupturing, bludgeoning, battering, primitive, old-school: All descriptors that threw all-too familiar punches toward the eyes, sternum and gut as I read the accompanying email for this promo.

Ghoul – Hang Ten Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Ghoul has an EP of surf rock/metal hybrid songs. It’s fun for about a minute, and then it pretty much sucks. Behold, a conversation I had with Jordan Campbell… JORDAN: Uhhh…