Tag: Traditional

King Diamond – Deadly Lullabyes Review

Originally written by Harley Carlson. Over the past two decades the emperor of all that is eerie has unleashed quite the bizarre, yet widely acclaimed body of work; both with Mercyful Fate and the band that shares his alias, King

3 Inches Of Blood – Advance And Vanquish Review

Originally written by Ryan Plunkett To all the bands out there working on metal albums, just quit right now. Seriously, stop. You’ll never write an album as metal as Advance and Vanquish from 3 Inches

Saxon – Lionheart Review

Ahhhh, Saxon. So many years under that belt. In the right (or wrong?) light, frontman Biff Byford looks like the walking dead. Just what exactly keeps the old dogs running so long? Black Sabbath, Judas

Probot – Probot Review

Ahhh, Probot. The name of Dave Grohl’s metal project has been sending ripples throughout the music scene for years. The list of announced guest vocalists was a veritable who’s-who from metal’s golden era. Anticipation, and

King Diamond – The Puppet Master Review

Originally written by Gregory Bradley. King Diamond returns in a way that only he can, with eunuch-esque glory! The ridiculous, yet great singer of the self titled band brings us his latest effort, The Puppet Master. My

Root – Madness Of The Graves Review

Originally written by Ian Dreilinger. There’s quite a fine line between progressing to a more streamlined style of music and simply digressing. The first can be good or bad, the second is just about always

Asmegin – Hin Vordende Sod & Sø Review

Originally written by Jason Lawrence Folk Metal is a tricky genre; you either love it, hate it, or have no clue it exists. It is certainly one of the less explored sub-genres of Metal, and

Iron Maiden – Dance of Death Review

Originally written by Ty Brookman After 20 plus years and 13 studio albums later the Iron Maiden tour de force return with the follow up to 2000’s epically dominate, Brave New World. An album that