While Gojira jam ‘Silvera,’ we get quick looks into the bizarre lives of people within New York City’s concrete jungle.
Featuring an extremely cute baby!
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Sweden's In Mourning have earned being called a premier band in the field of progressive melodic death. Often stamped as Opeth's successors, even more so since Akerfeld and his revamped horde have veered off into some kind of progressive rock experience, the musicians from the city of Falun are set to unleash Afterglow on the metalsphere. And it is something quite special. <a href="/pub/review.php?review_id=13906>Read more…</a>
Too many people out there treat Death Angel as a "really good" thrash band; not enough regard this legend as a truly great thrash band. These guys must have a serious geis on releasing subpar albums. <a href="/pub/review.php?review_id=13907>Read more…</a>
After four years of waiting, mixed feedback for A Rose For The Apocalypse, and a lot of ups and downs, including the departure of Lisa Johansson, many longtime Draconian fans may not have expected such a truly Draconian-sounding album. But the sad, Swedish metalheads showed in Sovran that they can still be seen as one of the best doom metal bands, and that those four years of waiting have not been in vain. <a href="/pub/review.php?review_id=13874>Read more…</a>
Somewhere along the line, Kitties Of Death made some creative decisions that doomed this album to an untimely death. We'll gloss over the name "Kitties Of Death" for now and just take the issues with that as read. For today, the primary stumbling block with which we must contend is the interesting fact that Kitties Of Death was simply the wrong band to record this album. <a href="/pub/review.php?review_id=13902>Read more…</a>
Arkadius Antonik has been successfully steering the ship of Suidakra for over 20 years. The German band has received plenty of praise for their folk-enriched melodic death metal, especially during the time guitarist Marcel Schoenen was on board. The classic and epic albums The Arcanum and Emprise To Avalon, the more brutal Signs For The Fallen, the more folk-oriented trilogy of Caledonia, Crógacht and Book Of Dowth. And more recently, Eternal Defiance. Three years have passed and Realms Of Odoric shall make its presence know soon through AFM Records. <a href="/pub/review.php?review_id=13901>Read more…</a>
Che: Following the relentless onslaught of amazing bands that occurred on the first day of Roadburn, it was time for Day 2. I woke up at Marcel's place in Utrecht with an intense bangover, but after a good meal with Rod and Zaphod at the Bagels & Beans right down the street, I was feeling wide awake, re-energized, and ready to continue the odyssey. <a href="/pub/article.php?article_id=1710>Read more…</a>
Just as with my Trash and Flush The Fashion reviews, I approached Alice Cooper Goes To Hell intending to rip it to shreds. I love Alice a lot more than the next guy, but some of his albums have fallen into subterranean depths. Yet, just as with those other reviews, the further I delved into this album, the more I came to understand and appreciate it. <a href="/pub/review.php?review_id=13898>Read more…</a>