A Salute To Doom

July 26, 2014

Death meets doom in a draft against your will, launches tumults of tone like artillery shells through a skunky-thick fog of war. Their recent and first “full length” album, entitled, “Abandon all Dope” opens with . Upon first listen, I

Ryan McKern’s “The Stillwater Sessions”

July 18, 2014

Ryan McKern’s “The Stillwater Sessions” is hellish folk. McKern led for their demo, first EP, and debut full length album before parting ways. It’s a real shame that McKern’s current project doesn’t have more attention. After recently discovering the first

The Iron Men Just Keep Getting Better and Better

July 10, 2014

I feel that as a band, Iron Man has gained a megaton of momentum since their first release up to this new album, considering all their lineup changes. “South of Earth” has a climactic crush that ought to be opening

Czech Out These Guys!

July 8, 2014

In a time when our genres spiral so out of control that it is easy to wind up surrounded by communicative wreckage when attempting to describe a band to someone, I am relieved when I am introduced to something like