Reviews

Slaughter Of The Soul…
AT THE GATES
Live In Vancouver
Photo Essay.Review

All Photos by Ted Reckoning It’s been 17 long years since At The Gates played in Vancouver and surely since their reformation in 2007, the people of Van City have been pining for one of Swedish death metal’s finest exports

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LADYBIRD
Tombstoned Review

LADYBIRD, “Tombstoned” Self-released Press play on your tapedeck (or computer), crack open a cold beer in cue, and join Ladybird on their perspiring front porch in Tempe, Arizona. The two string-slingers of the band begin to tell a story with

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BURNING GHATS
Something Other Than Yourself

Vancouver, B.C. hardcore outfit Burning Ghats have employed Brad Boatright (All Pigs Must Die, Modern Life Is War) to master their new LP, Something Other Than Yourself. And, like the other releases from Audiosiege, this LP is no different in

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Ashencult / Mephorash – Opus Serpens
Review.Stream.Video

The work of the serpents has arrived! Ashencult from Philadelphia team up with Mephorash from Uppsala in order to bring together an omen of the forthcoming end of the world, as we know it. Both bands exist within the black

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Bonethrone – Demo 2013 Review

Featuring members of ULTRA//NEGATIVE, New Hampshire’s Bonethrone have released a four song demo upon the world. Unrelenting hardcore and power violence, this demo wreaks havoc. The first track, “Empty”, is full of hardcore riffing and blast beats. Bonethrone pounds their

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WORMLUST
The Feral Wisdom Review

From the cold, northern land of Iceland comes the newest addition (and addiction) to the post/experimental black metal scene, Wormlust. The brainchild of H.V Lyngdal has been going since 2003, under the guise of Wolfheart, before changing its name in

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Sulphur Blessing… Sacrocurse Demo Review

You have to wonder just how much gas is left in the tank for this brand of revisionist old school death metal. Some absolute gems like ZOM and Bone Sickness have popped up over the last two or three years;

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No Sir, I Won’t
The Door 12″ EP Review + Stream

Boston’s No Sir, I Won’t play revolutionary anarcho-punk without plagiarism, but developed into a modern form. ‘The Door‘ draws obvious influences, but they have breathed new life into it. Profoundly political, it is fueled by disillusionment, anger and the world’s

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Ephemeros – All Hail Corrosion
Review + Stream

Occasionally a record comes along that, for some reason, is extremely difficult to write about. Whether that’s because it’s terrible or there’s a lot to take in or that you just love it so damn much, it can take on

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