Death Metal Reviews
A new year brings a clutch of new albums from bands hitherto unheard previously; one such album is the brand new offering from German melodic death metallers Deserted Fear, Dead Shores Rising. After an enjoyable intro, first track proper The Fall Of Leaden Skies assaults the ears with an impressive main riff before the growls of Manuel Glatter kick in…. Read More »
Music fans can rejoice, everyone’s favourite misogynistic deathcore boys Attila are back with a brand new album.
Three albums deep into their career and Singaporean grindcore band Wormrot are no longer hopeful outsiders but fully fledged veterans of the scene, but that doesn’t mean they’re about to slow down. If anything, “Voices” is the bands most blistering, intense and angry work so far. From the opening strains of the sledgehammer-titled “Blowhead Fuck Off” to the final moments… Read More »
Vader’s latest EP Iron Times, intended as a taster ahead of a full studio album, lingers for the most part around the average mark. Certainly, it’s not a poor effort; Parabellum and Prayer to the God of War are typically Vader with a punishing rhythm sections pushing a more riff-driven focus compared to previous album ‘Tibi Et Igni.’ Although it’s… Read More »
Soilwork have been on an upward trajectory for a while now. While many fans see their albums Stabbing the Drama and Sworn to a Great Divide as low points, the band have improved with each release ever since The Panic Broadcast hit our ears in 2010. Ambitious double album The Living Infinite and 2015’s The Ride Majestic further added evidence… Read More »