Category: Album Reviews

Ghoul – Dungeon Bastards Review

Creepsylvania’s (well, Oakland) Ghoul are probably the most fun band in metal. Starting with an appreciation for crossover thrash metal with tongues …

Revocation – Great Is Our Sin Review

Boston’s Revocation have always been greatly admired for their technically proficient musicianship. Band founder and guitarist extraordinaire David Davidson is a …

Wolverine – Machina Viva Review

Progressively morphing their sound, Sweden’s Wolverine are ever growing and transitioning. Their 2011 release Communication Lost found the band making …

Paradox – Pangea Review

With the explosion of thrash metal in the early 80s that saw Kreator, Sodom and Destruction launch into metal legends, …

Inter Arma – Paradise Gallows Review

“Progressive” and “sludge” are not words that you usually hear together, but Richmond, Virginia’s Inter Arma have almost singlehandedly joined …

Gojira – Magma Review

Gojira’s new release Magma is not an album to shake off, nor is it a weak sister to the previous …