Wednesday, March 21, 2018
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Album Review: Turbowolf – The Free Life

I was actually a bit worried about this review. I’d jumped, almost literally, at the opportunity to review The Free Life by Turbowolf. I absolutely loved their first two albums and I’m of the opinion that there’s genuinely not one [...]

March 8, 2018 Album Reviews

Album Review: KaaK – Litanies of Pain

One from the Big Pile o’ Reviews now, as I take a delve into the industrial/extreme/groove world of Russia/Austria’s KaaK. The band are based in Austria, but most members emigrated from Russia hence their ability to imbibe staggering quantities of [...]

March 7, 2018 Album Reviews

EP Review: Sentient Horror – The Crypts Below

Being into death metal since 1989/90, I will never again experience the groundbreaking experiences, feelings and shock of a musical form that just broke every barrier there ever was and re-wrote the rule book: listening to “Left Hand Path” or [...]

March 6, 2018 Album Reviews

Album Review: High Priests – Spinning

An energetic three piece delivered from the Windy City like a category five hurricane, High Priests are here to blow your mortal soul away with their latest black missa cantata, Spinning. Let us pray. Due for release on Milwaukee label [...]

March 6, 2018 Album Reviews

Album Review: Iron Reagan/Gatecreeper – Split

Iron Reagan and Gatecreeper are not the first two bands that come to mind when considering the subject of fantasy split EPs. We’ve had The Depression Sessions with Thy Art Is Murder, The Accacia Strain and Fit For An Autopsy. [...]

March 5, 2018 Album Reviews
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Review: Andrew W.K. – You’re Not Alone

Another year, another Andrew W.K. release… No, wait. It’s been a whopping twelve years since Close Calls With Brick Walls (and, yes, I know 55 Cadillac dropped in 2009, but it’s not exactly a party rock album). I guess it’s a busy life being [...]

March 1, 2018 Album Reviews