John Morrow

John Morrow

Writer (Rosetta, South Africa)
- I am a musician, writer, and brewer by trade. Besides having written many music reviews and articles for various publications and sites over the years, I have also been a member of the bands Tyburn, Agro, Jim Neversink, and some other small projects that range from Appalachian folk to occult rock/doom metal. I am currently the manager and one of the brewers at Nottingham Road Brewing Company, and I like my music REAL heavy with a side order of IPA. And cheese. Who doesn’t like cheese?!
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Out November 15th via Century Media Records, Swedish metalheads Tribulation have created a live document that will stand the test of time with Alive…
By on Nov 14, 2019
Out via Season Of Mist, Nug So Vile is simply another fantastic death metal album from Cannabis Corpse that will raise your horns, and the THC level…
By on Nov 04, 2019
Out via I, Voidhanger Records, Midnight Odyssey’s Biolume Part 1 - In Tartarean Chains is a mammoth undertaking by a master of the art of one-man blac…
By on Nov 02, 2019
Angel Witch’s new Metal Blade Records release, Angel Of Light, is the true return of a band that many might have overlooked over the years, but this a…
By on Nov 02, 2019
Released via Southern Lord Recordings, Pyroclasts is extremely heavy, bold, and the record that Sunn O))) have been working towards over the past dec…
By on Oct 29, 2019
Alcest’s latest offering, Spiritual Instinct (Nuclear Blast Records), is an emotional caravan through the individual psyche that will leave you spent…
By on Oct 26, 2019
I’m Alive (Metal Blade Records) is as important a live album for Cirith Ungol now as it would have been 30 years ago. Head-banging fury with no holds…
By on Oct 25, 2019
Mayhem have produced an album of legendary quality with Daemon (Century Media Records), music that will both excite the fan and entice the novice.
By on Oct 24, 2019
Available via Despotz Records and with all profits going directly to Greenpeace, death metal as an art form has the chance to make a real difference…
By on Oct 22, 2019
Rise Of The Reaper (Metal Blade Records) is an album that succeeds as both the finest work that death metal band Entrails has ever released and one of…
By on Oct 11, 2019
With their latest EP The Last Rager (Nuclear Blast Records), Municipal Waste deliver a decent, albeit unfulfilling teaser of perhaps what’s to come f…
By on Oct 11, 2019
Gatecreeper’s Deserted (Relapse Records) is 100% classic death metal from a modern band bursting with both talent and balls.
By on Oct 04, 2019
Landing October 4th via Entertainment One, Primal Future: 2019 stands shoulder to shoulder with Toxic Holocaust’s best work, a futuristic joyride of…
By on Oct 03, 2019
Out now via Metal Blade Records, DragonForce’s new album Extreme Power Metal is excessive, bold, huge, and lives up to its name.
By on Sep 27, 2019
In Cauda Venenum (Nuclear Blast Records) is the most cohesive, solid album that Opeth have ever released, and easily the best of their modern era.
By on Sep 26, 2019
Kadavar’s latest offering, For The Dead Travel Fast (Nuclear Blast Records) is the Halloween record to top them all; it is music that will thrill and…
By on Sep 19, 2019
ISON has easily produced the celestial ambient, post-rock album of 2019 with Inner – Space (Avantgarde Music), an astral journey that begs to be grasp…
By on Sep 17, 2019
Visceral Disgorge’s Slithering Evisceration (Agonia Records) is half an hour of whipping frenzy and furious savagery, snarling with hunger. Bascially,…
By on Sep 11, 2019
There are few doom metal albums that will be able to top Crypt Sermon’s The Ruins Of Fading Light (Dark Descent Records) in 2019. For fans of all thin…
By on Sep 06, 2019
Out August 16th via Relapse Records, Obscene Majesty is the record that Devourment fans have been yearning for, and it doesn’t disappoint.
By on Aug 12, 2019

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