Album Reviews

Pillorian – Obsidian Arc

25th March 2017 Liam Savage

It’s always interesting when a musician who’s made a big impact within their respective field of music decides to finish it up and have a clean slate.  Such is the case with former Agalloch vocalist/guitarist [Read »]

Album Reviews

Moonloop – Devocean

24th March 2017 Wade Reitz

If you have ever read any of my reviews, you’ve probably noticed that I like to describe things using comparisons. I’ve never been one for superfluous words, so I feel comparisons translate the most effectively [Read »]

News

Comaniac premiere new video

22nd March 2017

Pure riff brutality – probably the most efficient way to describe the new thrash masterpiece from Comaniac. With “Coal” the Swiss riff squad isn’t sparing with showing off their guitar work, that is bursting through [Read »]

Album Reviews

Chickenfoot – Best + Live

19th March 2017 Kenn Jensen

Decisions of record companies do not always make sense. Take this release for instance. Chickenfoot has only released two studio albums and a live album, so this new best of and live double album doesn’t [Read »]

Album Reviews

Tokyo Motor Fist – Tokyo Motor Fist

19th March 2017 Kenn Jensen

When two hard rock dinosaurs like Tod Poley (Vocals, Danger Danger) and Steve Brown (Guitars, Trixter) get together to record an album, it’s really no surprise that the result is first class 80s inspired hard [Read »]

Album Reviews

Obituary – Obituary

17th March 2017 Reinier de Vries

A new Obituary album is like a cold beer on a hot summer’s day. You are looking forward to it with thirst, you know exactly what to expect, and it never disappoints. From the first tune [Read »]

Album Reviews

Silent Circus – Rise and Fall

16th March 2017 Wade Reitz

We all make mistakes. We are all guilty of forgetting something, doing something wrong, or missing something entirely. Of Course, some mistakes are bigger than others, and some affect us in ways that we may [Read »]

News

Nord: Video premiere for “Shadows”

15th March 2017

A lost soul seeking for light and orientation. A man desperately fighting darkness and bad spirits in a morbid cave with nothing but a single torch. It is nearly impossible not to see an art [Read »]

Album Reviews

Behind The Sun – Post Solis

13th March 2017 Liam Savage

Hailing from South Carolina, American newcomers Behind The Sun are debuting in the metal world with their own take on progressive death.  It’s an approach which isn’t immediately recognizable or comparable to their contemporaries.  For [Read »]