Category Archives: Music Reviews

Music Review-Nostalghia -Chrysalis

Chrysalis Homeostasis Stockholm Syndrome Naked As A Hand Cool For Chaos You & I I Am Robot Hear Me Glitch Sunshiny Milk Meek [Lyrics] I’d Still Kill You The End Review-The debut record by Nostalghia has been described as “post-apocalyptic gypsy punk”, and one thing is for sure once you step inside this world created

Metal Review: Various Artists: Ronnie James Dio: This is Your Life (2014)

Ronnie James Dio This Is Your Life

There are few people in metal and rock that were as legendary as the late Ronnie James Dio. I doubt that there are many people out the that would dispute this with me. Outside of the constant debate of who was better with Black Sabbath (of course it was Ronnie), Dio was one of the

Metal Review: Conan: Blood Eagle (2014)

Conan Blood Eagle

Liverpool, England’s Conan are back with their sophomore effort, “Blood Eagle,” their follow-up to 2012′s “Monnos.” As you would expect from a band like Conan, their sophomore release is a heavy, doom-laden collection of songs that pull no punches. The grimy, sludgy sound gets no cleaner as the album pushes on and that is what

Metal Review: Aurvandil: Thrones (2014)

Aurvandil Thrones

Contemporary black metal is a slippery slope for bands. Black metal purists are of the belief that the modern interpretation of what black metal is, and was, strays far from its original beliefs. The ironic part of all of this is that black metal is one of the most loose subgenres of metal where pushing

Music Review-Steel Panther-All You Can Eat

01. Pussywhipped 02. Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World 03. Gloryhole 04. Bukkake Tears 05. Gangbang At The Old Folks Home 06. Ten Strikes You’re Out 07. The Burden Of Being Wonderful 08. F@#king My Heart In The Ass 09. BVS 10. You’re Beautiful When You Don’t Talk 11. If I Was

Metal Review: Landskap: I (2014)

Landskap I

London, England’s Landskap is a band that has only been around for two years, but the members themselves are veterans to the genre hailing from bands such as Fen, Pantheist, Centurions Ghost and more. The band plays a style of doom metal/psychedelic rock that works very well on their debut effort, “I.” The album only

Metal Review: Behemoth: The Satanist (2014)

Behemoth The Satanist

Polish blackened death metal veterans Behemoth have had a microscope placed upon them since the release of their tenth studio album, “The Satanist.” It is no secret to anyone that the band’s charismatic leader, Adam “Nergal” Darski, was diagnosed with leukemia in 2010, which led to having to find a bone marrow match into an

Metal Review: Tortorum: Katabasis (2014)

Tortorum Katabasis

Slated for a March 8, 2014 release date through W.T.C. Productions, Norway’s black metal outfit Tortorum will be back with their sophomore release, “Katabasis.” Tortorum arranged a very nice debut effort, “Extinctionist,” in 2012, so their follow-up with be highly anticipated and scrutinized by black metal fans. “Katabasis” will wash any worries away after listening

Metal Review: Enthrallment: The Voice of Human Perversity (2014)

Enthrallment The Voice of Human Perversity

Bulgarian death metal powerhouse Enthrallment are back with their latest opus, “The Voice of Human Perversity.” Fans of the band know what they are getting into with each Enthrallment release. Their brand of death metal is no frills and no apologies. They run over the listener like a jackhammer with no remorse. As evidenced in

Metal Review: Kayser: Read Your Enemy (2014)

Kayser Read Your Enemy

Kayser is one of the more interesting thrash metal bands out there these days. For one, they hail from Sweden, better known for death metal and power metal, so it is a rarity to find a thrash band that is not half bad coming from Sweden. Also, they are nearly 10 years since their formation,