Category Archives: Metal Reviews

Metal Review: Immolation – Atonement (2017)

Immolation - Atonement

New York death metal legion Immolation is back stronger than ever with Atonement, the band’s first release since 2013’s Kingdom of Conspiracy and their tenth full-length studio album. To start this review I have to say holy shit to the cover art by artistic mastermind Pär Olofsson who has worked with the band previously for

Metal Review: Metallica – Hardwired… To Self-Destruct (2016)

Metallica - Hardwired... To Self-Destruct

Metallica, the band that it has become cool to hate, is back with their latest effort, Hardwired… To Self-Destruct. I cannot begin to comprehend why it is become fashionable to hate the metal titans. I understand the controversy with Napster, but that was so long ago that the younger generation has no idea what Napster

Metal Review: Amorphis – An Evening With Friends at Huvila (2017)

Amorphis - An Evening With Friends at Huvila

Finnish melodic death metal legends Amorphis are back with their latest effort, An Evening With Friends at Huvila, a live set from the band recorded in Helsinki. The band played 2 1-hour sets at Huvila-teltta (Helsingin Juhlaviikot), Helsinki on August 27, 2016 with the second featuring Under the Red Cloud (read the Under the Red

Metal Review: Kreator – Gods of Violence (2017)

Kreator - Gods of Violence

What can you possibly say about a band like Kreator that has not already been said? The German thrash metal titans are thrash through and through. They are consistency defined. In a few ways, they are similar to bands like AC/DC where you know what you are getting, but they are far more diverse in

In Flames Streaming New Single Through My Eyes

In Flames - Battles

Melodic death metal veterans In Flames are streaming another new track off of the band’s upcoming album Battles out on November 11, 2016 via Nuclear Blast. This new track is entitled Through My Eyes and can be seen in the official art video below. Please upgrade your browser

Music Review-Chugun-Virus

Timur Sizov – Guitar Alexey Hobbit Saprikin – Bass Denise Jani – Vox Yahel Goldstein – Drums 1. Virus 2. Unholy Warrior 3. Sadistic Rites 4. Martyr 5. Futile 6. Fume 7. Fall Of Mankind 8. Print In Blood 9. Evil Whiskey Review-The best part of being a music fan, is when something catches you

DVD Review-Inside Metal: The LA Metal Scene Explodes 2

Review-” Inside Metal” is a must own for any metal fan. This 76 minute journey, takes us back to the heyday of music, the eighties. They briefly cover topics such as, The PMRC, The Rise of Yngwie Malmsteen, the sessions for the charity song Stars, the LA Strip and so much more. The panel of

Metal Review: Mistur – In Memoriam (2016)

Mistur - In Memoriam

From humble beginnings in Sogndal, Norway by bandmates Espen Bakketeig and Andre Raunehaug, with Stian Bakketeig joining shortly thereafter, Mistur is a superband of sorts with talented musicians from bands including Vreid, Windir, Cor Scorpii and more. From their early demo, the band had something special, which became more apparent with their critically-acclaimed 2009 debut

Music Review-Sludgehammer-The Fallen Sun

1. Demons From The Woodwork (4:02) 2. Intestines Entwined (5:02) 3. The Black Abyss (6:29) 4. Ectogenesis (4:34) 5. Carrion Eater (5:56) 6. Consuming Afterbirth (4:34) 7. Carnivorous Forest (5:08) 8. Utopian (5:45) 9. Revolting (4:46) 10. Organ Harvester (4:51) 11. Casualties (4:34) Review-Sludgehammer is one of those bands who are going to win you

Music Review-Crayven-All the Sordid Details

Lisa Oster (Vocals, Violin), Gernot Knippen (Guitar, Synthesizer), Cherry Ann Reclusado (Bass), Christoph Brandes (Drums) Review-Crayven are one of those bands that come out of nowhere that just gets it. One thing is for sure, whether you like this band or not, you will not be able to deny that this band is catchy and