Tag: Technical

Man Must Die – Start Killing Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance Start Killing is the two megaton bastard child of all things sonically menacing, and it is knocking at your door. Hailing from a land where all things brutal rule the

Harlots – The Woman You Saw Is The Great City That Rules Over The Kings Of The Earth Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett It’s not often you come across a label that has its debut release with this much power. Harlots’ debut album, The Woman You Saw is the Great City that Rules

Arsis – A Celebration of Guilt Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. Shocking brilliance is always born from shit. When the taste of mediocrity is as blatant as your last listen to Turbo Lover and your enjoyment of music becomes a desperate search

Mithras – Worlds Beyond The Veil Review

Originally written by Alex de Moller. If words could take revenge on their makers… I’d be a writhing mass of blood, saliva and utter shame this very moment…. for I can still remember the day

Capharnaum – Fractured Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Let’s be blunt as blunt can be here. I’m going to start off by saying my reviewing “skills” cannot possibly do this record justice. I tend to feel more comfortable

Decapitated – The Negation Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett With the release of Nihility in 2002, Decapitated had a lot to live up to. The Negation is easily one of the most anticipated albums this year. Would they falter

Anata – Under A Stone With No Inscription Review

Anata has been around, but have managed to demolish provinces I was not in. This is my first taste of this outfit, and I am certainly fucking glad we have finally been introduced, because they

Psycroptic – The Scepter Of The Ancients Review

Originally written by Dan Staige. Psycroptic is one of the tightest units I’ve ever heard. Their music isn’t exactly pure death metal; it’s not brutal death; it’s a little thrashy at times, but I wouldn’t