Tag: Review

The Day of The Beast – Indisputably Carnivorous

Hutch checks out the latest horror filled offering from US Blackened Metallers, The Day Of The Beast, here’s what he thinks… Newly signed to Prosthetic Records, Virginia Beach blackened death metallers The Day of the Beast’s fourth full-length is not one for summer evenings… Continue Reading “The Day of The Beast – Indisputably Carnivorous”

Goat Sanctuary – Chthonic

No stranger to a dirty thrash riff…Chris Cleo checks out the debut EP by Goat Sanctuary, here’s what he thinks… Newcomers to the US thrash scene Goat Sanctuary debut with an 11 and a half minute 5 track EP with the sole aim of… Continue Reading “Goat Sanctuary – Chthonic”

Seven Doors/Goat Witch/Born Undead Split

Retching itself from the feted underbelly of the UK Death Metal scene comes three bands that will rip your guts out and leave you for dead… Asa journeys into the darkness and reviews this split album for us… From the deepest, darkest depths of… Continue Reading “Seven Doors/Goat Witch/Born Undead Split”

Flotsam & Jetsam – Blood In The Water

Frank checks out the new album from the legendary Flots… here’s what he thinks I am sure most readers have heard of Flotsam and Jetsam. The band from Phoenix Arizona burst onto the metal scene in 1986 with arguably the best thrash metal debut… Continue Reading “Flotsam & Jetsam – Blood In The Water”

Inhuman Condition – Rat God

Logo looks familiar? As does the name… Asa checks out the latest OSDM from Inhuman Condition! Inhuman Condition are a Death/Thrash band from Florida with some serious pedigree behind it. Featuring ex-Massacre members Terry Butler (Bass), Jeramie Kling (Drums/Vocals) and Taylor Nordberg (Guitars), the… Continue Reading “Inhuman Condition – Rat God”

Sombre – A Common Conflict And The Respite We Deserve

Robbie journeys into the black with one man uk black metal project – Sombre A forboding unease eerily ushers in the lonely wiry, harshness of the guitars as ‘A COMMON CONFLICT AND THE RESPITE WE DESERVE’ meanders it’s dark yet vibrant energy onwards. The… Continue Reading “Sombre – A Common Conflict And The Respite We Deserve”

Metal Massacre – XV

John delves into the latest offering from the legendary Metal Massacre Series – A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…. Well, 1982 and Los Angeles to be precise, metal mogul Brian Slagel gathered together some tracks from the best unsigned acts… Continue Reading “Metal Massacre – XV”

Siniestro – Vortexx

Paul Hutchings checks out the new album from two man thrash monsters ‘Siniestro’ If a blend of thrash, punk, black and death metal is your thing, then the powerful duo of Siniestro may well be worth a listen. Having formed in 2012, the two-piece… Continue Reading “Siniestro – Vortexx”

Terminalist – The Great Acceleration

We’re a bit beghind on this one, as I forgot to schedule the review properly… Asa takes dive into the latest EP from Terminalist that came out last Friday. Terminalist are a self-proclaimed “Hyperthrash” band from Copenhagen, Denmark. Formed in 2018, they released an… Continue Reading “Terminalist – The Great Acceleration”

Misfire – Sympathy For The Ignorant

Way back in 2004 at the age of 13 and 14 drummer James Nicademus and Guitarist/Vocalist Jay Johnson formed the thrash metal band Diamond Plate. In 2007 Jay left that band and has since released multiple solo projects. Diamond Plate went on to be… Continue Reading “Misfire – Sympathy For The Ignorant”