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Nunslaughter / Perversor: split
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Nunslaughter / Perversor

Those heathen bastards of Nunslaughter are back again with another split release. This four song beast was first released by in late 2014 with Perversor […]

Bloodbath: Grand Morbid Funeral
4.25 out of 5 skulls

Grand Morbid Funeral

When it was first announced that Paradise Lost frontman Nick Holmes would take over vocals for Bloodbath there was much grumbling across the interholes — […]

Revocation: Deathless
4 out of 5 skulls


If there’s one modern metal band that has their own unique and distinct (and consistent) sound, it’s Revocation. They’ve got key elements that they are […]

Centinex: Redeeming Filth
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Redeeming Filth

Centinex was there at the start. Having formed in 1990, this four-piece — well, bassist Martin Schulman anyways — has seen it all when it […]

Baptists: Bloodmines
3.5 out of 5 skulls


I thoroughly enjoyed Baptists‘ debut album, Bushcraft. That first release’s blend of ferocity and aggression was more than enough for me to look forward to […]

Antropomorphia: Rites of Perversion
4 out of 5 skulls

Rites of Perversion

Having originally formed in the early 90’s heyday of death metal, the Netherlands’ Antropomorphia subsequently released a single album, Pure, before disbanding in 1998 and […]

Cannibal Corpse: A Skeletal Domain
4 out of 5 skulls

Cannibal Corpse
A Skeletal Domain

So, I’m not going to start this review with any backstory on Cannibal Corpse—they’ve been cranking out solid death metal for longer than most of […]

Iron Reagan: The Tyranny of Will
3.75 out of 5 skulls

Iron Reagan
The Tyranny of Will

I think we all know about these guys at this point. Through just their second full-length effort (24 songs in under 32 minutes), Iron Reagan […]

Die Choking: II
3.75 out of 5 skulls

Die Choking

Die Choking’s self-titled debut EP was a pretty solid grinding, punk-infused and crusty introduction to the band. Their second EP on offer, simply titled II […]

Horrendous: Ecdysis
4.75 out of 5 skulls


Just when I thought that their debut album, The Chills was about as instant a classic as we were gonna get, Horrendous has outdone themselves […]