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Tom Metcalf
Apocalyptic Visions of Divine Terror. Album Review
Album Review: ForChristSake- Apocalyptic Visions of Divine Terror
February 10th, 2014
ForChristSake: Apocalyptic Visions of Divine Terror Reviewed by: Tom Metcalf   ForChristSake is a ‘Unblack’ band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, with a line-up that consists of Ignatios on drums/ vocals,
Eric Strother
album review
Album Review: Hortor – Dios de Dioses
January 17th, 2014
Hortor: Dios de Dioses Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Hortor is a band I had heard of but never actually heard until I was asked to write this review of
Jeff de los Santos
album review
Album Review: Stryper – No More Hell To Pay
January 14th, 2014
Stryper: No More Hell to Pay Reviewed by: Jeff de los Santos   Not long after releasing Second Coming which was an album where they re-recorded several of their songs
Jeff de los Santos
Doom
Album Review: Nomad Son – The Darkening
January 9th, 2014
Nomad Son: The Darkening Reviewed by: Jeff de los Santos   Malta’s rising doom masters Nomad Son have unleashed their newest album – The Darkening.  Consisting of nine songs, it’s
Sieto Kooijker
Rebuild
Album Review: The Letter Black – Rebuild
December 14th, 2013
The Letter Black – Rebuild Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker   About three years after the successful album, ‘Hanging On By A Thread’, The Letter Black is back with their new
Jeff de los Santos
album review
Album Review: Visual Cliff – Out of the Archives
November 8th, 2013
Visual Cliff: Out of the Archives Reviewed by: Jeff de los Santos   In December of 2013, progressive band Visual Cliff will be releasing their final two albums – “Out
Eric Strother
album review
Album Review: Velvet Symphony – Counter Clockwise
November 2nd, 2013
Velvet Symphony: Counter Clockwise Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Velvet Symphony is the work of Ed Melendez, a composer, arranger, and pastor of worship arts at Hannaford Street Bible Church
Sieto Kooijker
album review
Startled By Silence – The EP
October 29th, 2013
Startled By Silence: The EP Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker   One thing you’ll notice when listening to metalcore is that a lot of bands sound quite the same. There are,