Tag: The Flenser

Succumb – XXI Review

[Artwork by Stefan Thanneur] “Are you still with us, Mr. Niedermeyer?” . . . “Hmm? Oh, yes, I’m sorry. I was just…I guess I was just lost in thought.” “It’s a fairly standard question, the

Botanist – IV: Mandragora Review

The children’s story of Goldilocks and the three bears has had a poisonous effect on the rhetorical skills of too many. *Crickets.* Yes, sure, it’s just a story about some thrill-seeking lady who likes her

Bosse-De-Nage – II Review

The fault-lines between a traditional and an experimental take on a particular style of music are usually quite clear. There’s little chance one would mistake Cannibal Corpse for Portal, or Immortal for The Axis of

Seidr – For Winter Fire Review

Louisville, Kentucky’s Seidr is the full-band doom project of Austin Lunn, mastermind and sole member of anarcho/atmospheric black metal outfit Panopticon, and For Winter Fire is the band’s first full-length. It is also fucking awesome,