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Violent Reaction: Marching On
3.75 out of 5 skulls

Violent Reaction
Marching On

I don’t listen to all the much punk any more. Perhaps my brain is too obsessed with the resurgence of Entombed-worship and buzzing HM2 tuning […]

In the Company of Serpents: Merging in Light
3.75 out of 5 skulls

In the Company of Serpents
Merging in Light

Merging in Light is my first introduction to the Denver duo of In the Company of Serpents and if first impressions are anything, this relationship […]

Nunslaughter / Witchtrap: split
3.5 out of 5 skulls

Nunslaughter / Witchtrap

Is there really any point in introducing Nunslaughter for the fifth time this year? If you don’t know who they are or how vast their […]

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 […]