Vanishing Point’s latest release Distant is the Sun feels insincere, and lacks warmth, for all that it is well played.
[Release Review] F.K.Ü – 4: Rise of the Mosh Mongers (Napalm Records)
This release is an essential addition to both fans’ collections, and thrashers’ collections in general.
[RELEASE REVIEW] Destruction – Spiritual Genocide (Nuclear Blast/Riot)
Even though Destruction can flay you with one riff – especially live! – Spiritual Genocide is the band’s way of reinforcing the fact that we shouldn’t pigeonhole them.
[commuter review] UNLEASHED – Odalheim (Nuclear Blast Records)
I promised reviews of this album yonks ago. It was never forthcoming because i had to listen to the album heaps before I even attempted to review it. My initial reaction to the released waved red flags in front of…
[commuter review] REVERENCE – The Asthenic Ascension
Lately, I’ll be honest, symphonic metal has kind of fallen by the wayside for me. So when I got into the first track of this album, the first couple of times, I was a bit hesitant. Then, waiting for the…