Gauntlet Rule is a Traditional Heavy Metal supergroup from Sweden. The one and only Rogga Johansson on rhythm and melody guitars, Teddy Möller of Loch
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Album Review: Return to the Void – Shape of Despair
Few sub-genres speak to me as loudly as Funeral Doom. Though, admittedly, my take on it may differ from some, I relate to the music
Album Review: The War To End All Wars – Sabaton
Still, upon hearing about their upcoming release, “The War to End All Wars,” I found myself wondering if a world existed where I could appreciate Sabaton for what they are instead of hating them for what they are not.
Album Review: Epigone – Wilderun
Progressive heaviness from Wilderun is on the menu this fine evening. Joel has thoughts a-plenty about this release, and agree or not… “Epigone” will get your wheels turning.
Album Review: Zero And Below – Crowbar
Entering their thirty-first year of existence, Louisiana Sludge demons Crowbar are about to unleash their twelfth full length album, Zero And Below, this March via
Label Feature: Wise Blood Records
Wise Blood Records made a lot of glorious noise last year, with releases by a wide variety of bands. From the Death/Doom of Mother of
Album Review: RS-28 – Sarmat
Named after a Russian intercontinental ballistic missile, Sarmat is a three-piece Blackened Death Metal band from Poland. “RS-28” is the band’s first album, and was
Exclusive Track Premiere: Metal Of Death – Abyssus
Abyssus is a five-piece Death Metal band from Athens, Greece. Their first full length, “Into The Abyss,” released by Memento Mori in 2015, made some
J. Wukotich: Twenty 2021 Favorites
Before getting started, I’d like to acknowledge how incredibly difficult 2021 was, and that far more than twenty albums helped me through those sometimes impossibly
The Metal Wanderlust: TMW Merchandise Preorder!
Hello, friends! Merry Christma-quan-solsti-ukkah, or whatever the fuck! Joyous holidays full of death, blood, and destruction… and friends, family, and good food and whatnot. Whatever
Two From Everlasting Spew: Burial/Devoid Of Thought
Inner Gateways to the Slumbering Equilibrium at the Center of Cosmos – Burial Italian Death/Doom stalwarts, Burial, released two demos and an EP beginning in
Review Haiku: December, 2021
First of all, we’ve got to give credit where credit is due. A dude named Andy Synn used to write “Reviews In Haikus” for No
Album Review: Punitive Damnation – Lifelost
In the press release for “Punitive Damnation,” the second LP from the project known as Lifelost, helmed by a man simply known as Phlegeton (Wormed),
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