Death Metal Reviews
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 »
Equilibrium have had a few changes of late. The release of their well-received ‘Erdentempel’ album in 2014 also came with the departures of founding guitarist and bassist Andreas Völkl and Sandra van Eldik. Replacements were found in Nothgard guitarist Dom R Crey and bassist Jen Majura, although the latter would only stay for a year before joining gothic nu metallers… Read More »
RockSins writer Will Stevenson tackles the latest album from grindcore band NAILS.
Carnifex’s sixth album is no ‘Slow Death’, but a passionate demonstration of their talents beyond the mortal coil. Deathcore’s ever faithful Californians have graced our dungeons for a whole decade, and 2016 is the year they return to the grave. ‘Slow Death’ visits their mortal stubbornness on the way into the underworld and their swift return, an existential return ticket…. Read More »
Fleshgod Apocalypse’s fourth full length album King is a stunning example of how to do symphonic death metal right. It’s an often beleaguered sub-genre, full of faux-classical pretentiousness yet Fleshgod have always managed to use their strings, choirs and other grandiose elements to great, chilling effect. King manages to take these theatrical aspirations to even higher places than ever before…. Read More »