For a band that have only been together 8 months, Virginia’s UNSACRED certainly have their act together. They play a melange of old-school hardcore, crust punk, black metal, and a […]
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San Francisco prog metallers Hammers of Misfortune have returned with their fifth album – 17th Street. Although the band has a new vocalist and guitar player, The Worship of Silence’s John […]
Cultfinder’s debut EP Black Thrashing Terror is pretty much what you’d expect based on it’s title – eleven minutes of crusty blackened thrash. If you’re a fan of Kvelertak or newer […]
On The Wretch, Indianapolis doom merchants The Gates of Slumber continue to churn out Black Sabbath and Saint Vitus inspired doom metal sure to please fans of the genre.
Generally, doom metal’s not my thing, but I’m a sucker for genre cross-pollination and England’s Eye of Solitude have that in spades. Yes, they work within the framework of typical doom […]
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.
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.
I’ve got another review up in Hails and Horns Magazine. This time it’s for the fantastic Appalachian black metal band HUNTER’S GROUND. Click this link to wallow in 175 words of sheer […]