Blut Aus Nord have always pushed the boundary of what black metal is, but 777-Cosmosophy strays so far from the genre’s rotting carcass that it can scarcely be considered black metal […]
Dragony are a solidly middle-of-the-road symphonic power metal band. They attack all the typical genre tropes such as fantasy lyrics, soaring melodies, and guitar acrobatics enthusiastically, yet strictly by-the-book. Legends is […]
I am, unashamedly, a power metal fan. I know it’s not the “coolest” sub-genre of metal, but I don’t care. At it’s best, power metal is heroic, positive and […]
Check out my review of Grant Us Death – the new album from Polish death metalers, ULCER. Pretty good stuff…unless you’re in to music that’s not any good.
I have something published on Invisible Oranges! Click this link to read my live review of Woe, Anicon, and Skullshitter ripping the shit out of Saint Vitus in Brooklyn. This […]
It’s been a good year for heavy music. There were an overwhelming amount of amazing releases in 2012, and I was fortunate enough to have access to many of them […]
On February 19th 2013, NICK CAVE AND THE BAD SEEDS (Australia’s greatest gift to humankind) are set to release Push the Sky Away – the band’s 15th studio recording.
At just over 4 minutes in length, AGORAPHOBIC NOSEBLEED’S 2011 Christmas EP, A Joyful Noise, is barely long enough to warrant a review. The EP is so short, in fact, […]
How do you improve a beer that’s already delicious? Oak age that sucker for a year! Southern Tier’s Pumking is already much beloved by beer snobs, and rightfully so. It’s sweet, pumpkiny, […]
If you’re in the mood for some angry, putrid filth, then this split EP is probably right up your alley. Read my take on it here.