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!
If the first words out of your mouth when listening to this album aren’t “what the gosh darn bippity bop is this fucking shit?”, then
Eight years after the release of their debut album, Visceral Disgorge are back with their follow-up full-length “Slithering Evisceration“. 8 years?! That’s a hell of
To cut to the chase, Italian Doomsters’ Esogenesi have released a beast of a debut album. I seem to reviewing a lot of Doom lately,
France’s Epitaphe have been kicking it old-school since 2009, but are only now releasing their debut album. Now, I thought my band was lazy, but