Tag: Victory

Pathology – Awaken To The Suffering Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas So here is the fifth album from The Locust / Cattle Decapitation drummer Dave Astor’s brutal death metal project, and he’s got yet another line up. This time vocalist Jon Huber

Carnifex – Hell Chose Me Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas It’s only thanks to Between the Buried and Me, Within the Ruins, Wretchedand San Diego’s Carnifex (I’m waiting to hear new signing Pathology) that I still have some shred of respect for Victory Records.

Between The Buried And Me – The Great Misdirect Review

Quite a few people are all fired up about Between the Buried and Me for very different reasons.  Again. For many, the quintet’s fifth album proper, The Great Misdirect, represents the latest gospel from on

Wretched – The Exodus Of Autonomy Review

Originally written by Jordan Campbell A death metal band on Victory Records already has built-in credibility issues; throw in a pink logo and a healthy swoopy-haircut-thing ratio, and you’ve got a band guaranteed to be

Carnifex – The Diseased And The Poisoned Review

Originally written by Tyler Wagnon. The Diseased and The Poisoned is the sophomore effort from California’s Carnifex following up last year’s Dead In My Arms. The debut was by-the-numbers deathcore and so is this one, but I find myself

Dead To Fall – Are You Serious? Review

Originally written by Tyler Wagnon. At one time or another for various publications I’ve reviewed Dead to Fall’s previous three full-lengths so I figured I’d go ahead and finish the discography. The first full-length Everything I Touch Falls

Between the Buried and Me – Colors Review

Originally written by Ramar Pittance To say the least, Alaska was not the kind of Between the Buried and Mealbum I was hoping for in 2005. That’s not to say I ever bought into the conventional wisdom that this

Darkest Hour – Deliver Us Review

Originally written by Erik Thomas. Synopsis: For those that don’t know, Darkest Hour were releasing At The Gates melodic styled death metal as far back as 1996, while in their teens when most current metalcore bands were in Hot