Destrage-The Chosen One

"The Chosen One," starts things off with a circular riff, moving slowly through the ground and bringing it up and about. A twisting and turning, burning brightly in the firework. "About That," is heavy and thunderous, taking its time to get truly aggressive and moving with a snarl. "Hey Stranger!" Takes a bite to the... Continue Reading →

Ape Vermin- Sonic Monolith Review

Astral Drones kicks in with some sludge, the distorted feedback fuelling the urge for a mosh and a half. The slowness of the riffs, and the delivery of the vocals makes this one hell of an opener. Oath is a pounding monolith, snarling and growling throughout, producing darkness. Abominable Hashmen dances around the periphery of... Continue Reading →

Wardance-Heaven Is For Sale Review

Heaven Is For Sale begins with a thrashing riff, worthy of Metallica and other greats, the vocals come in powerful and strong, ensuring the listener is instantly hooked. The chorus is infectious. Believe has another powerful driving riff, leading the charge in harmonies and melody. Destroyer starts of slowly, before moving into overdrive bringing things... Continue Reading →

Soulhealer-Up From The Ashes Review

Am I In Hell begins with some nice little guitar work, before producing some epic melodies and some downright catchy powerful hooks. Behind Closed Doors is an anthem from the way the song is structured down to the vocals and the hooks. The Final Judgement is a rocker, with the guitars leading the way down... Continue Reading →

Ichor: God Of Thunder, God of War Review

Spectres Of The Woods  comes barrelling in with a classic black metal riff, punctuated by growls and guttral brutality. Noble Ichor pounds away until the listener's ears bleeds. Vucica does the same, with added depth and complexity. Call Of The Bloodthirst moves, shakes and pounds its way into the forefront. Yaga's Tomb snarls and grunts.... Continue Reading →

Blood of Serpents-Sulphur Sovereign Review

Mater Tenebris starts with pounding drums and moves into snarling despotism. In Darkness Brotherhood gives it both barrels from the off. Devil's Tongue snarls, bites and slivers. Evictor of Christ does something similar, but with added thump. As The Temple Burns grunts, growls and burns. Canticle slithers, dances, and growls, based on a minor melody.... Continue Reading →

Necronomicon-Unleashed Bastards Review

Burn and Fall has it all, big bold riffs, incredible harmonies and some nice little groove and shifts, the vocals are harsh and biting, the rhythms are precise and ferocious. Leave The Lights On pummels the shit out of the listener, with fierce and precise rhythms and vocal melodies. Total Rejection is snarling, biting and... Continue Reading →

Entierro-Entierro Review

Cyclonic Winds kicks things off, with a thundering drum pattern, and a sneering vocal performance. The guitars roar into life, ensuring the listener is kept hooked from the get go. Santa Muerte slows, slithers, snarls and glowers throughout its time on the frontlines. Cauldron of War has that nice swaggering riff that precludes doom and... Continue Reading →

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