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Category Archives: Reviews

Suicide Silence adapt to a COVID-19 world with interactive virtual tour

Posted by on July 7, 2020

  Whether it’s a Drive-in concert, a socially distanced event, or a live-streamed festival, we know nothing could replace a live show before the COVID-19 pandemic started. As cases continue to increase across the globe, the uncertainty of when life will return to “normal” remains unknown. To move forward, we should adapt to change and […]

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Taake and Deathcult bring us back to the 90’s with ‘Jaertegn’ 10 inch split

Posted by on July 3, 2020

  It’s a dismal summer here in America and normally about this time I’m getting ready to plan my annual trip over to Norway for August.  Unfortunately, this year I’m stuck in the nation that can’t seem to understand how to properly wear a mask or move politics outside of public health so it’s going […]

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Album Review: Lamb of God – ‘Lamb of God’

Posted by on June 19, 2020

  After five long years, Lamb of God has finally released a new self-titled album, which does not disappoint! The leaders of NWOAHM (New Wave of American Heavy Metal) have once again exhibit why they have been one of the top metal acts for the past 15 years, with strong songwriting and a clear sense […]

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Album Review: Currents ‘The Way It Ends’

Posted by on June 5, 2020

  Breaking into the spotlight is Currents with their well-executed sophomore release that delivers quality songwriting and a refreshing take on metalcore. Packed with poignant lyrics and incensed musicality, the quintet shares not only their technical proficiencies but their inner angst and disquiet. The band immediately sets the mood for the record with the opening […]

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Album Review: O’Brother – ‘You and I’

Posted by on May 29, 2020

  A Review of You and I by O’Brother By Katy Johnson   An even shallow, but much preferably deep dive into O’Brother’s catalog will paint a picture of a band that continuously explores their own potential for evolution. O’Brother pulls off mountainous, riff-heavy compositions and more subdued, ambient pieces with an ease that some […]

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