Engutturalment “good luck pronouncing our flipping band name” Cephaloslamectomy have released their debut album, “Glam Not Slam.” If you haven’t guessed yet, these guys are
How do you start a review like this? Well, I’m going to start by saying that I like early Burzum. The first two albums and
I’ll be honest, I was pretty excited when Andrew asked me to review the new Taake/Whoredom Rife split. I’ve got mad respect for Hoest. Any
Wisconsin-based purveyors of Progessive/Technical Death Metal, Aronious, have released their second full-length, “Perspicacity“. Perspicacity is a word you don’t often hear. I don’t think I’ve
There are some bands who, upon hearing them, you wonder why they chose to focus on such a niche area. The pirate theme of Alestorm,
Every once in a while I get an album to review, look at the cover, and think “Ugh! I know exactly what I’m going to
Necrotted is the answer to the question ‘Why shouldn’t a band have two vocalists?’. In my humble opinion, neither of them are particularly good.
I’ve heard the term “caveman riffs” bandied around a bit lately and, whenever I hear the term, I think of the band Primitive Man. If
Alright! Imma start by saying that there’s something fishy going on. I write reviews for a few different sites and, recently, I’ve been sent a
Christ on a stick! What is going on in music lately? Where the fudge-knuckle are the bands who can barely play their instruments? I’ve been
The start of Horrific Demise‘s “Excruciating Extermination” is a little Spanish-inspired acoustic piece. This is how you do Intros people! Short. Layered. Interesting. “Born From
The show ‘Vikings’ has a lot to answer for, I’ll tell you that. The Intro to Arctos‘s “Beyond the Grasp of Mortal Hands” is oars
Norway’s Eternity return with their second full-length album “To Become The Great Beast”. Nothing surprising there, except that it’s been 13 years since their debut!