Album Reviews

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 »]

Album Reviews

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 »]

Album Reviews

The Jelly Jam – Profit

9th June 2016 Wade Reitz

The first time I heard The Jelly Jam I didn’t like it. I listened to it with a friend of mine who bought the first album of the super group: front man/guitarist Ty Tabor of [Read »]

Album Reviews

Hatebreed – The Concrete Confessional

16th May 2016 Wade Reitz

The name Hatebreed evokes different emotions from different people. For people who don’t know the band, they feel negatively and assume they are about racial superiority and violence. However, those who know Hatebreed, know they [Read »]

Album Reviews

Anthrax – For All Kings

7th March 2016 Wade Reitz

Anthrax is a band that has always been near and dear to my heart. Anthrax was my gateway band to thrash. I remember reading something about how ‘Imitation of Life’ was one of the fastest [Read »]

Album of the Month

Textures – Phenotype

27th January 2016 Wade Reitz

Science was never one of my strongest classes in school. I was not an idiot, but I was not a star either. Like most people, different topics would catch my interest and I would excel, [Read »]