Harakiri For The Sky (HFTS) seem to be a pretty popular band. Their songs get hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube. Aside from a
George: Full disclosure: I’ve never been a major fan of Six Feet Under. I didn’t mind their first album, but it’s all pretty generic, uninspired
If memory serves, at one point in their career Ulver said they’d never release the same album twice. This is why “Bergtatt” is very different
Portugal’s Gojira – I mean Gaerea – have released their second album “Limbo”; their first on Season of Mist. First things first, I love the
Apparently, I’m funnier when I’m not a fan of a band’s music. Well, if that’s true, get ready for a starkly un-funny review because, spoiler
I often wonder how bands settle on the name they’ll be referred to for the rest of their career. Lychgate is an example. Why Lychgate?
DOOM METAL!!! Is there a better pairing of words? There might be, but there aren’t many. Off the top of my head, a few might
The Oxford English Dictionary defines Dysylumn as discomfort, pain, or burning when urinating. Oh wait! That’s dysuria. Released in 2018, I’m baffled as to why
In all the Coronavirus chaos, Metal labels are flexing their social responsibility muscles (and helping people isolate) by offering some cracking deals on digital downloads.
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