KYPCK – Cherno (2008) Review

Here’s a question for you. What band would write doom metal about the Russian Revolution and the rise of Communism, use guitars that make hair metal look bland, name themselves after a sunken Russian submarine AND sing entirely in Russian?! Well that would be KYPCK playing (what I lovingly call...
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Slayer – World Painted Blood (2009) Review

This is pretty much exactly what you think. 10 or so songs clocking in around 40 minutes (11 tracks, 39 minutes and change this go around), some slower paced tracks, one or two creepy psychotic murderer tracks and a couple short but sweet barn burners played at 900 miles...

Immortal – All Shall Fall (2009) Review

Immortal has risen from the white ashes to reclaim their throne as kings of black metal. Not many bands have been as important to a genre of music as Immortal has been to black metal over the years. Now the band is back with their first album in seven years,...

The Devin Townsend Project – Addicted (2010) Review

That’s right, kiddies! The mad Canadian mastermind behind Strapping Young Lad is back again to deliver more unique metal to our longing ears. This is his second outing with the Devin Townsend Project after disbanding The Devin Townsend Band and Strapping Young Lad to pursue his personal musical goals,...

New Single from Watain (Reaping Death) Featuring a Bathory Cover

Watain has released a new single album. Check out their new song: The release also contains a cover of The Return Of Darkness And Evil by Bathory.
Posted 02 Apr 2010 | 2010, News/ Blogs/ Wiki, Sweden | 1 Comment

Galar – Til Alle Heimsens Endar (2010) Review

Galar is a two man act from Norway. They are classified as “viking metal” but they bring a lot more to the table than that. They mix a in little black metal and even a little neo-classical. Til Alle Heimsens Endar is their second release. It has a bigger...
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Between the Buried and Me – The Great Misdirect (2009) Review

Here is a band I have a love hate relationship with. Between the Buried and Me is (musically) one of the best progressive death metal bands out there. The Great Misdirect is their sixth studio release and they have reached new heights on this album. The music that flows...
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Kalmah – 12 Gauge (2010) Review

Something new just arrived from the swamp.  Kalmah’s sixth studio album, 12 Gauge, is here. The melodies are instantly catchy, the aggression is there, the guitars sound thick, and the singing is just as intense as ever. If there is one thing Kalmah is it’s consistent. If you are...
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Carach Angren – Death Came Through A Phantom Ship (2010) Review

Carach Angren is back wih their second full length album. The first was a dark and ghostly trip and this one improves on it in almost every way. This  “symphonic black metal” act from the Netherlands puts as much emphasis on theatrics as they do on song writing. And...
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Rotting Christ – AEALO (2010) Review

Rotting Christ’s latest effort, AEALO, is meant to be taken as a whole, as an experience, or single piece of art. This is supposed to be what a soldier goes through in battle. You can really hear this in the music. The music starts and immediately throws us into the fray....
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