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Review: Warcrab – Ashes of Carnage

Warcrab have a very nice person running promotion for them who asked really nicely if people would be kind enough to give their – already highly-regarded  – EP a spin. Being, as they are, an independent and unsigned artist they’re [...]

September 12, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Belphegor – Conjuring the Dead

Released just under a month ago, and another result of me playing “catch-up” on my mailbox, Belphegor‘s Conjuring the Dead is a wonderful piece of doomy black metal with incredible atmosphere. Whereas many bands of their genre just go all out with [...]

September 8, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Ilenkus – The Crossing

Their own promo calls Ilenkus “post-metal/hardcore”, but I’ve also heard them mentioned in the same breath as prog and there’s definitely an influence there as well. The Crossing is due for release on September 15th and I’ve had a chance to [...]

September 7, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: The Hiding Place – So This is Home

I was pretty impressed by the lead single “Guts” which I featured on the page a few weeks ago, so asked if I could grab a copy of the EP to review. The nice people at Inception readily agreed and [...]

September 7, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Big Country – Steeltown Deluxe Edition

2014 marks the thirtieth anniversary of the release of Big Country’s second album, Steeltown. This Deluxe Edition will be released on September 29th, a shade before the “proper” anniversary of October 19th, but what’s a couple of weeks between friends? Most [...]

September 6, 2014 Album Reviews

Review: Incite – Up In Hell

It must be hard to be related to one of the most famous and popular frontmen in metal, but Richie Cavalera has taken things in his stride to set up his own band. Incite have just released their third album [...]

September 5, 2014 Album Reviews