Lead track “Desert Moonlight Spells” opens the disc and, for the next forty-two minutes, there is virtually no reprieve from the metallic onslaught; it just keeps coming.
Escaping The Grave is a return to form for Grave Robber and, while there are no big surprises nor does the band reinvent the wheel, this is a solid addition to their catalogue.
This release is a no-brainer for folk metal fans as they’ll totally dig Nine Years Blood. For those not familiar with the genre, this would be a great place to get your acquaintance on.
This record is a mixed bag; when the band sticks to the uptempo hard rockers they are in top form, but the three or so AOR tunes don’t do much for the record’s overall vibe.
Dude, check this interview with Will Carsola and Dave Stewart, creators of Adult Swim’s animated series, Mr. Pickles, about the show, season 3, and “Mr. Pickles Thrashtacular Tour” with Exodus and Municipal Waste.
This album starts out with the brutally heavy title track, “Imparables”, and the crushing aural punishment doesn’t let up for the next five songs.
As is the case with the other records released in this batch of reissues, Coma of Souls benefits greatly from a fresh remaster; it sounds punchier and bigger than before.
As far as I am concerned, you cannot go wrong with Cause For Conflict, it is a classic banger that has gotten a bit of a face lift with amazing results.
At the end of the day, Host (Remastered) is a decent listen. I just think, at least for me, Paradise Lost is best when they are pounding out the doomy riffs and growling at the listener.
At the end of the day, though, while this is a solid black metal reissue, it just doesn’t enough have the elements I have come to really enjoy from Melechesh.
If you are a fan of behind-the-scenes info and/or you are a sick and twisted voyeur of sorts, than this book is for you.
It is hard to believe that after 34 years Anthrax, the NYC-based thrash metal pioneers, are still performing and releasing records.
If you are a fan of well-produced, ass kicking rock and roll than Viva La Rock is for you.
Pacifisticuffs is a phenomenally creative record, albeit a bit obscure but with playing that will absolutely blow your mind; this is one talented group of musicians.
No matter what the tempo though, Sweet’s vocals rise to the occasion and are the perfect complement to Lynch's riffing.
Tero Ikäheimonen weaves together a timeline that reads almost like a blackened family tree.
We were recently afforded the opportunity to speak candidly with the legendary Canadian musician Matthew Good, and it was fantastic.
In this touching episode of Rock Heart, Adam Gontier and Mike Mushok of Saint Asonia, share two stories about how their music has impacted the lives of others.
On this episode of Tales of Touring Terror, the guys in Epica tell us a tale about a nasty slip on some rocks and having to keep pushing on despite the pain.