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Pathology: The Time of Great Purification

Pathology: The Time of Great Purification

Ah, Pathology… those purveyors of the technical brutal slam. Three albums in three years? Really? That doesn’t give you all that much time to really […]

The Autumn Offering: Fear Will Cast No Shadow

The Autumn Offering: Fear Will Cast No Shadow

Major line-up changes, such as replacing your lead singer, will invariably affect the band’s sound — no matter how that band tries to convince us […]

Arise and Ruin: The Final Dawn

Arise and Ruin: The Final Dawn

It appears as though Canada has been slipping something into their public water systems the past few years. The latest result of this tampering is […]

Nights Like These: Sunlight at Secondhand

Nights Like These: Sunlight at Secondhand

Have you ever come across one of those bands that seems to not only defy classification, but also take pride in the fact that they […]

Between the Buried and Me: Colors

Between the Buried and Me: Colors

Colors, the latest release from Between the Buried and Me (BTBAM), is an album that transcends genres — blending elements from nearly every musical style […]

All Out War: Assassins In The House Of God

All Out War: Assassins In The House Of God

I’ve been waiting for this album for a long time. After listening to the band’s 2003 release Condemned to Suffer ad naseum, I’ve been itching […]

Bury Your Dead: Beauty and the Breakdown

Bury Your Dead: Beauty and the Breakdown

After the huge success that was Cover Your Tracks, you would think that Bury Your Dead would have lost a bit of their sense of […]

The Autumn Offering: Embrace the Gutter

The Autumn Offering: Embrace the Gutter

And the award for “Surprise Release for the First Half of the Year” goes to The Autumn Offering. It’s taken me a while to get […]

Between the Buried and Me: The Anatomy Of…

Between the Buried and Me: The Anatomy Of…

Just like I am a sucker of the live album, cover albums and/or tributes always seem to weasel their way into my collection with ease. […]