Category: Album Review

Blindfolded and Led To The Woods – Nightmare Withdrawals

Lets get this straight, these guys don’t fuck around. Starting strong with a cacophonic barrage of girthy dissonant riffs and precise drumming, this album lets you know what you are in for right off the bat, the best product that these guys have put out to date. A […]

The Beast Of Nod- Multiversal

Melodic technical death metal space invaders The Beast Of Nod are unleashing their coolest, most complex, melodic and flat out best album in their short existence. Trust me, this makes “Vampira: Disciple Of Chaos” look like a walk in the park. First off, the concept is great with […]

Profanity- Fragments Of Solace

Profanity is releasing their album tomorrow December 4th and this is my first taste of this band with the album “Fragments Of Solace”. What first interested me was the wild guest list of insanely credible extreme metal musicians…..Terrence from Suffocation, Dave Suzuki (Ex Vital Remains) and one of […]

Contrarian, “Only Time Will Tell

Our friends in Contrarian saw a positively stellar year in 2019. The ides of March brought forth their third full length album; a most impressive beast, Their Worm Never Dies further showcased the quality of the composition and instrumental skill Jim Tasikas and Brian Mason are capable of. […]

Geoff Barone- The Grim

One of Western New York’s most experimental and diverse artists Geoff Barone is taking yet another twist into his impressive library of music October 23rd releasing “The Grim”. What drew me in a few years ago with his release two years ago “Acquiscence” is exactly that. His cinematic […]