Kataklysm – Meditations (Released June 1, 2018 – Nuclear Blast) In the leagues and leagues of generic bands doing generic things, Kataklysm is one of the deadliest purveyors of generic. The tried and true sound they habitually return to ad nauseam never fails to disappoint me. Meditations is an album of diverse openings that tease of... Continue Reading →
In Vain hit some experimental home runs but cannot keep that feeling together for an entire song leading to an album that just misses.
Short of recording a reaction video here is a reaction transcript of our oh so special listen to Machine Heads Catharsis. Is it really as bad as everyone else says, or is that all click bait posture??? We found out.
So the face of eddie w2rote alot bUYT I AM TAKING THIS OVER,. TERQUILA AND GROWERS HAVE SHOWN ME THE WAYYYYYY ATLANTIS CHRONICLES IS FUCKING GREAT IF YOU HAVENT LISTENED TO ALOT TECH DEATH TECH DEATH IS LIKE THE WEIRD SAW BLADE PILL TO LISTEN TO ooooo caps on I give this album 10000 leagues... Continue Reading →
Grave Pleasures have re-found the energy and excitement of Beastmilk and have delivered hit after hit on Motherblood. I dare you to not enjoy this.
E is a pleasant ride of eccentric progressive riffs, soaring vocals, and caressing atmospheres. Enslaved have evolved over time and taking a moment to find perspective, E is the sensible progression of their truly unique sound.
Ranging from the calm of post-black metal to the discord and disorder of grindcore, Sunlight’s Bane goes to the extremities of extreme on The Blackest Volume: Like All the Earth Was Buried.
Luscious fields of flowers, towering sand dunes, and scathing dust storms adorn Dvne's dazzling composition that is Asheran.