|death's dynamic shroud.wmv|
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-08-17
Album review by on 2017-08-17
Sound but stagnant.
Album review by Voivod on 2017-08-15
Stirring the ancient waters.
Album review by Xenophanes on 2017-08-14
Cormorant are the easiest black metal band to love.
Album review by on 2017-08-11
Fuck 'em - let 'em talk
Album review by Ben Kuettel on 2017-08-10
Steven Wilson creates his most colorful and triumphant record yet.
Album review by Brett Tharp on 2017-08-08
Ignore the title, it means exactly as much as you think it does.
Album review by Xenophanes on 2017-08-04
A vibrant and vital death metal record 23 years in the making.
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-08-03
Leave 'em in the dust and then we tell 'em see you later.
Album review by Xenophanes on 2017-07-31
Just what the doctor ordered...provided it's at the lowest dose possible.
Album review by Ben Kuettel on 2017-07-30
Gone to Earth is an ethereal work of art, impressively sounding both ambitious and organic while traversing a wide spectrum of musical styles.
Album review by on 2017-07-30
Beauty within the dark blue void
Album review by Thompson D. Gerhart on 2017-07-28
Dave Mustaine restrings his bass guitar with military grade uranium. This time it's personal, he snarls, as Chad Kroeger appears in his scope.
Album review by on 2017-07-26
and I, felt love.... again
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-07-25
Great debut from an emerging sludge/doom metal band...
|Nine Inch Nails|
Album review by on 2017-07-25
Subtract noise, multiply choruses, divide fanbase.
|Lana Del Rey|
Album review by SowingSeason on 2017-07-21
It's better than I ever even knew
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-07-20
Lost in spaaaaace
Album review by on 2017-07-17
Still don't know what that title means.
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-07-16
Like a hazy, cold night spent in a derelict town...
Album review by Robert Lowe on 2017-07-13
Eerie and beautiful. Cold, yet warm
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-07-12
Two from the quiver.
|The Acacia Strain|
Album review by Brett Tharp on 2017-07-07
The Acacia Strain slip into a coma and upon waking up promptly reissue Coma Witch, minus a certain thirty minute closing track.
Album review by on 2017-07-06
of course lighten up, squirt is a Radiohead lyric
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2017-07-01
Grooves of triumph and dealing with the devil himself…
Album review by Elliott S. Edwards on 2017-07-01
Cry, Jay Z, we know the pain is real.