Album Reviews

Striker – Striker

23rd February 2017 Wade Reitz

Some of you may recall in December I wrote about being clueless to the greatness of White Widdow. Well, here I go again. While reading a list of highly anticipated albums for 2017 on another [Read »]

Album Reviews

Soen – Lykaia

16th February 2017 Wade Reitz

With some bands, or music, you have a connection from the start. Whether it be the style, the band has a member, or members, of a favorite band, or it just hits you at the [Read »]

Album Reviews

Aversions Crown – Xenocide

29th January 2017 Wade Reitz

Looks like the new year is starting off with a bang, and I’m not just talking about DJT’s inauguration ceremony. I’m talking about music, more specifically metal. There are a TON of anticipated releases set [Read »]

Album Reviews

Wovenwar – Honor is Dead

26th October 2016 Wade Reitz

Being in a band can be hard. Finding other good people to play with, and finding time and space to practice are minimal issues compared to all the issues with playing live and making money [Read »]

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Truckfighters – V

7th October 2016 Wade Reitz

I have been overweight my entire life. I’m pretty sure I was born with love handles. I had the dad bod before it was cool. I looked pretty good when I was in high school [Read »]

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Insomnium – Winter’s Gate

24th September 2016 Wade Reitz

In the world of music, a concept album is nothing new. Most artists have some sort of binding thread for their music, they just might not all follow a particular story line. In progressive, rock, [Read »]

Album Reviews

Soilwork – Death Resonance

25th August 2016 Wade Reitz

Soilwork has been around for a long time. I had not realized how long until I received their latest album, Death Resonance, for review. Formed in late 1995 by Björn “Speed” Strid and Peter Wichers, [Read »]

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Carnifex – Slow Death

6th August 2016 Wade Reitz

Deathcore has been a much-maligned genre in metal for quite some time. So much, that some bands who have been aligned with the genre have either rejected the label (The Acacia Strain), changed styles to [Read »]