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Category Archives: Reviews

Album Review: Rotting Christ ‘The Heretics’

Posted by on February 15, 2019

Though musical evolution is often seen as a positive result of hard work and effort, pushing boundaries and taking risks in the underground metal scene can be a slippery slope. Remain within the confines of how you have defined yourself for too long and risk becoming predictable and stale. Take calculated risks in the pursuit […]

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Review/Photos: Bring Me The Horizon brings ‘Amo’ to The Fillmore Detroit

Posted by on February 11, 2019

Last Monday (4th), Bring Me The Horizon brought their First Love World Tour to Detroit, Michigan. Originally slated at a smaller venue but tickets sold so quick it was upgraded to the much larger Fillmore Detroit, to only sell out again. With the crowd lining the streets of downtown for over an hour before the […]

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Review/Photos: Pop Evil at The Space at Westbury w/ Don Jamieson & Savage After Midnight

Posted by on February 8, 2019

Nothing warms up a cold winter’s night on Long Island like going to a rock concert. Pop Evil brought their winter tour to The Space at Westbury in Westbury, NY on February 1st. This tour is something special as it is blended with comedy, something you do not usually see as they are on the […]

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Film review: Lords of Chaos

Posted by on February 7, 2019

  By the very nature of its subject, Jonas Akerlund’s Lords of Chaos isn’t for everybody. Specifically, the black metal subculture by nature, is exclusionary and underground, so trve kvlt grim metalheads (including those that the film was based on) wrote it off as blasphemy before filming even began. Likewise, many mainstream cinema fans may not be […]

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Misery Index’s “Rituals of Power” is anything BUT miserable

Posted by on February 5, 2019

Misery Index’s Rituals of Power is an unabashed wallop of aggressive extremity. These nine tracks are going to whack you right in the forehead and just never give up. There is an obvious urgency here, even a bit more apparent than past Misery releases. There is little doubt that Rituals of Power makes a determined […]

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