Heavy Days In Doomtown

February 18, 2012

This year’s HHDT fest is going to have some awesome bands playing. For those not familiar with this fest, here is their mission statement from their : The aim of the festival is to create an event that will be

Nick Horrigan: A Practice In Spontaneity

January 29, 2012

During my random surfing on Facebook looking for new music, I cam across this pretty cool review site called . They mainly caught my eye because of the crazy amount of New Jersey bands they were covering and, after some

Interviewing Eulen

January 25, 2012

Eulen is one of the most successful post-black/doom bands in the middle-east and Syria. I was honored that they agreed to elaborate on some of their views and journeys along the way in producing music and supporting their fellow metal-head

“Go forth of the ark…” (A review of N.O.A.H. by KadavriK)

January 14, 2012

“Sharing this duality is yet another talented band from Germany; KadavriK is a five-piece Melodic Death/ Black Metal hybrid that likes to oscillate back and forth between harmony and dissonance, good and evil, hope and despair. Both in their instrumentation as well as in their words, this struggle presents itself…”

Crom – Of Love and Death

January 13, 2012

As I requested this album to review, I never knew it would have stuck my subconscious with such fervor and strength which had transported the album into my dreams for almost a week long. Walter “Crom” Grosse had hit such

Prurient – Rose Pillar (2009)

January 10, 2012

Dominick Fernow’s is a project which explores various bleak landscapes in many different ways. Through different stages of his extensive career, his discography has had strongly fluctuating moods. Sometimes Prurient’s music is loud and harsh, melting peoples’ faces off with

The Last Hangmen, “Servants Of Justice” Review

January 9, 2012

“Not to be taken for granted, The Last Hangmen has taken this several steps further. In their debut album, “Servants Of Justice”, the band stands in as judge, jury, and executioner. In fact, the entire album seethes with a malicious intent which blasts through your speakers to grab you by the neck and mete out unholy punishment.”