Help The Last Hangmen fund their next album, and get cool shit!

August 20, 2012

The Last Hangmen have announced their next CD, “Executing Empires”, and they want you to help get it out there! Also, when you donate to the campaign, you’ll get some awesome, unique rewards as well. Donate here until October 1st:

Advent Sorrow, “Before The Dimming Light EP” Review

July 28, 2012

“…for a self-released (and apparently also self-produced) EP, this is incredible. [. . .] The album’s concept lies in the atrocities of a serial killer and the subsequent punishment for his crimes, and is a deftly woven narrative made all the better by the equally entertaining instrumentals and songwriting.”

Sinister Frost, “Cryotorment” Review

July 14, 2012

“They manage to avoid the tired tropes of their genre (I’m looking right at you, Children of Bodom), while keeping the elements that make it unique. [ . . . ] If Sinister Frost can manage to refine their style just a little bit, with a greater focus on cohesiveness, I think they will grow to achieve great things.”

“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…”

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.”

Leviathan discovered, devours interviewer whole!

January 5, 2012

Very rarely, a band comes along that doesn’t merely entertain me but rather inspires me so profoundly that my entire musical worldview is irreversibly altered. Without even a shred of exaggeration, I can say that Leviathan is one such band.

An Evening with Immortal Technique

December 5, 2011

Some performers entertain; instigates. With social unrest erupting both at home and abroad, listening to Immortal Technique’s music is like pouring fuel on the fires of the coming Resistance. This feeling of defiant opposition was even more present last week

Culture and “Kharnha”

September 21, 2011

Throughout US history we as Americans have consistently shown a callous disregard for the beauty that is to be found within other cultures and languages. Many people are raised to hate what they fear and to fear what they don’t

Leviathan – Beyond The Gates Of Imagination Pt. 1

September 8, 2011

Hailing from Bonn, Germany, is a five-piece band that exemplifies almost everything I love about metal as an art form. From their skillful genre blending to their spectacular songwriting and instrumentation, Leviathan knows exactly what it takes to create an