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Tag Archives: Relapse Records

Gadget: The Great Destroyer

Gadget: The Great Destroyer

Ten years have passed (nearly as long as it took me to write this damn review) since Gadget last graced/bludgeoned listener’s ears with their Swedish […]

Iron Reagan Video for “Bleed the Fifth”

Pretty damn cool video from Iron Reagan for their latest single, “Bleed the Fifth” from new album Crossover Ministry.

Agoraphobic Nosebleed: Arc

Agoraphobic Nosebleed: Arc

I’ve said it before and i’m sure I’ll annoy you with it again in the future, but I absolutely love the EP format. It allows […]

Hooded Menace: Darkness Drips Forth

Hooded Menace: Darkness Drips Forth

Four songs. That’s all you get with Hooded Menace’s latest full-length, but have no fear, these four tracks weigh in at a mighty 42 minutes […]

Maruta: Remain Dystopian

Maruta: Remain Dystopian

It’s been four years since Maruta’s sophomore effort left me with a cracked spine, cerebral hemorrhaging and a sever lack of confidence in my ability […]

Gruesome: Savage Land

Gruesome: Savage Land

Gruesome, spearheaded by Malevolent Creation’s Gus Rios and Exhumed’s Matt Harvey, may have started out as a Death tribute, but what the group has done […]

Iron Reagan: The Tyranny of Will

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 […]

Mortals: Cursed to See The Future

Mortals: Cursed to See The Future

Brooklyn’s Mortals are a band that I’m not wholly familiar with, but if Cursed to See the Future is any indication, I’m going to have […]

Serpentine Path: Emanations

Serpentine Path: Emanations

Serpentine Path’s debut, self-titled album was crushingly methodic and evil, marching along at the pace of rigor mortis. Their sophomore effort continues down the same […]

Iron Reagan: Spoiled Identity

Iron Reagan: Spoiled Identity

Iron Reagan originally released these songs as a flexi-disc for Decibel Magazine. I’ve got a subscription and have that flexi, but without a turntable, I […]