Tag: Ulcerate

Stare Into Death and Be Still

Ulcerate – Stare Into Death And Be Still Review

Anger. It’s one of the unifying themes of extreme metal. Anger against authority is perhaps most common. Anger at parents, anger at priests, anger at politicians. Anger against certain particular non-authority people comes up now


Ulcerate – Shrines of Paralysis Review

If you were to plant a seed in hopes of producing a Oak Tree for future generations, that tree would grow slowly. Through diligent watering, staking the tree to keep it vertical and lots and

Ulcerate – The Destroyers Of All Review

Originally written by Justin Bean. “Buzz” is an odd word. It can refer to a type of dissonant sound that one generally associates with annoyance, as in the buzzing of flies (see Ghostbusters II for reference), or

Last Rites’ Best Of 2009 – Combined Staff List

2009 will go down as one of the busiest years in heavy metal history. An incredible number of must-hear albums were released, making this one of the most hotly-contested compilations in recent memory. Painstakingly selected by the

00s Essentials – Volume Four

No, this isn’t a collection the decade’s ugliest album covers; this is yet another cross-section of the most elite heavy metal the past ten years has seen. Equal parts beatdown, sophistication, throwback, and progress, Volume

Ulcerate – Everything Is Fire Review

originally written by Chris McDonald As modern death metal continues to push the envelope of demanding musicianship, overbearingly complex song-structures, and pristine production, one eventually has to ask, “Where do we go from here?” What

Ulcerate – The Coming Of Genocide (Reissue) Review

Originally written by Doug Moore. I’m not entiiiiiiiiiiiiirely clear on the story behind this particular iteration of Ulcerate’s The Coming of Genocide. As near as I can tell, the original The Coming of Genocide was a four-song EP that

Ulcerate – Of Fracture And Failure Review

Originally written by Jason Jordan. Anno 2006 was an excellent year for technical death metal, and with all the buzz surrounding Psycroptic’s Symbols of Failure and Spawn of Possession’s Noctambulant, it’s a pity that fellow Neurotic signing Ulcerate have gone largely unnoticed. The New Zealanders