ALL Album Review

Stormblast MMV [Bonus DVD] (2006)
on Dec 11, 2006
Killswitch Engage... yet another Metalcore band. Now a lot of readers are probably thinking “Oh shit... not more of these bands.” Well you don’t need to be thinking that about Killswitch Engage. These guys kick ass! Straight out of Westfield, Massachusetts, this band have paved their way from that town and into the spotlight, dragging millions of fans along for the ride. Currently, the band consists of Howard Jones (Vocals), Adam Dutkiewicz (Guitar), Joel Stroelzel (Guitar), Mike D’Antonio (Bass), and Justin Foley (Drums).
on Dec 10, 2006
There isn’t a whole lot to say about One Man Army and the Undead Quartet, except for them being one of the best fucking thrash metal bands I have ever heard. Hailing from the great Sweden, it’s no wonder why these guys are so good (Sweden seems to come out with ‘all’ the good bands). Consisting of Johan Lind Strand (Vocals), Mikael Lagerblad…
on Dec 10, 2006
Trance State (2006)
on Dec 06, 2006
With Oden on Our Side (2006)
on Dec 06, 2006
La Muerte (2006)
on Dec 06, 2006
The Freezing Atlantic (2006)
on Nov 24, 2006
The Reckoning [Special Edition] (2006)
on Nov 24, 2006
Nocturne (2006)
on Nov 24, 2006
Thornography (2006)
on Nov 24, 2006
Trust Us, We Lie (2006)
on Nov 24, 2006
God Dethroned is a Dutch Death Metal band. They originally formed back in 1990, and recorded a demo by 1992. Soon afterwards, the band signed with German metal label, Shark. Once signed onto Shark, the band recorded their first album, The Christhunt, which didn’t do so hot in the standings. The band then called a…
on Nov 24, 2006
Named for Civ’s record of the same name, Set Your Goals was dubbed by Alternative Press’ Tim Karan as “New Found Glory on eight cans of Red Bull.” That reference alone made me curious, so when I had the opportunity to review their latest album, Mutiny!, I jumped at the chance. Thankfully, I was not disappointed.
on Nov 24, 2006
Moneen is one of those bands who are known for their phenomenal underground success, hitting up big tours, energetic stage presence and their latest piece of work, The Red Tree. What struck me instantly are the intense harmonies on the album; sonically brilliant! What they are known for on the stage is now compacted neatly in The Red Tree.
on Nov 06, 2006
Hamilton, Ontario is definitely the home one of the best metal bands in Canada (and the world) today. That band is none other then Threat Signal. Let me tell you right off the bat these guys fucking rock harder then most bands out there. And what’s even cooler is that they still love to play small gigs in little venues even though they are on a huge label like Nuclear Blast.
on Nov 06, 2006
Death metal is a widely known genre of metal, mainly originating from countries such as Sweden and Finland. The most hardcore and brutal death metal hails from these two countries. Hammerfall, one of these such groups, have released seven full length albums, Threshold being the seventh, and newest. The band consists of Joacim Cans…
on Nov 06, 2006
Goatwhore is a black metal band from New Orleans, LA originally started as a side-project while Acid Bath was taking a break. In 1997, once Acid Bath broke up (due to the death of the bass player) the band dedicated more time to Goatwhore and became a four piece black metal band. The band consists of Sammy Duet (Guitars/Vocals), Ben Falgoust…
on Nov 06, 2006
This is probably one of the heaviest woman-fronted bands that I've ever heard. It's always nice to see a girl that can out scream a guy; most of the time guys tend to think they’re better then everyone else, but in this case I think not! Bands like Kittie and Splatter don’t have shit on Walls Of Jericho, so sit back and read this ‘cause…
on Nov 06, 2006
Yay! More metal to be unleashed into the world! A lot of people are probably thinking “Oh joy... more music that sounds the same.” As my mother would say. But this band isn’t like all the rest of the other bands. The band has a unique sound that can be easily distinguished from other artists. Formed in 2003, from the depths of…
on Nov 06, 2006
After a five year absence, and not to mention a split with their record label, Deadsy are back with their newest CD Phantasmagore. The band is fronted by Elijah Blue, the son of Cher and rocker Gregg Allman. The band’s sound is very sharp, yet catchy and boasts a dark atmosphere with fuzzy/crunchy guitars and amazing synthesizers.
on Nov 06, 2006

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