Conceive Album Cover from Hypervolume

Hypervolume – Conceive

This Chicago duo makes an impressive intro into the metal arena Hypervolume Conceive Self Released Links: Official Site There are times when it takes four people to build up the flex to create a soulcrusher of an album, and then there is Chicago’s Hypervolume. Two guys. A. Human and Fabian … Read More ›

The Ghost of Orion Album Cover by My Dying Bride

My Dying Bride Excels on The Ghost of Orion

My Dying Bride The Ghost of Orion Nuclear Blast Links: My Dying Bride | Nuclear Blast For My Dying Bride to release The Ghost of Orion is a testament to human perseverance. When they released Feel The Misery it quickly was prospected to be their last. Vocalist Aaron Stainthorpe’s daughter, … Read More ›

Ossuarium on Selective Memory

Album Review: Ossuarium – Living Tomb

Ossuarium Living Tomb 20 Buck Spin ★★★★ Finally spring boarding from their Calcified Trophies Of Violence demo form 2017, Portand’s Ossuarium gets their debut full length glory via 20 Buck Spin. Living Tomb is as much about hallucinatory doom metal as it is death rock from the underground. The combination … Read More ›

Hard 2 Kill Album Cover by I Am

I Am – Hard 2 Kill

I Am Hard 2 Kill 1126 Records ★★★ There is a missed opportunity on I Am’s sophomore release. With the band holding on to the mantra of being tagged Texas Death, their opener is no less a subtle intro into a larger picture that should be fist gripping. “Texas Death” … Read More ›

Metaprism Band Photo

Metaprism Unleashes the Fire

Metaprism returns with a new album and tour with Iced Earth United Kingdom’s exploratory metallers Metaprism is busting through 2018 with the new album Catalyist To Awakening. Complimenting the release will be a Germany and Switzerland tour in January, opening for Iced Earth. When listening to Metaprism, every facet of … Read More ›

Divide and Conquer album cover from Suicide Angels

Suicidal Angels – Divide and Conquer

Suicidal Angels Divide and Conquer NoiseArt Records ★★★★★ It’s been a while since I could confess to falling in love with a thrash albums. Bands have tried to woo me and have failed because they could not stick to the fundamentals of what makes a great thrash album. Enter Suicidal … Read More ›