Rage and Frustration
Heavy Metal Reviews & Interviews
As heavy and unrelenting as this release is, it never forgets to swing.
That Which Whets The Saccharine Palate ramps up the tension of existence by carefully weaving strands of dissonant mysticism into murky fog of blackened horror. Take heed. This is not a light listen, nor is it for the incautious.
Interview with the mighty Discarnatus from Grand Rapids, as well as a live track captured in their rehearsal space and an earlier live set from Mulligans.
An interview with two members of Wake, as well as their live set at Cellarmen’s.
An interview with Brian Sheehan of Fell Ruin, along with a recording of their live set.
Rage and Frustration Heavy Metal Reviews & Interviews Band - H E X Album - H E X Country of Origin - Switzerland Genre - Psych/Industrial Release Date - May 25th, 2018 Label - Hummus Records Author - Mannerheim Here comes H E X, bringing drum beats reminiscent of...
Rage and Frustration Heavy Metal Reviews & Interviews Band - Graceon Album - IV Country of Origin - USA Genre - Prog Metal Release Date - May 18th, 2018 Label - Translation Loss Author - Mannerheim Haunting melodies echoed by dark, moving arrangements are the...
Depravity have created their own brand of crushing and pulverizing death metal with a fantastic evil atmosphere.
Rage and Frustration Heavy Metal Reviews & Interviews Band - Solstice Album - White Horse Hill Country of Origin - United Kingdom Genre - Epic Doom Metal Release Date - April 6th, 2018 Label - Invictus Productions Author - Markus Makkonen Despite...
Darker Days sounds like a down tuned Louisiana swamp blues band was introduced to Middle Eastern instrumentals and unconventional song structures.
Sometimes you just want something that feels good. But enough about food. Let’s get to the meat of this burger (Maybe a little more about food).
For me it’s all about staying on top of my schedule. There is also a 100% dedication to both bands.
It’s not like back in the day with Headbangers Ball on Sundays. But this is what we have, so why not make the best of it. Right?
classical inspired medieval themes to pure thrash grooves
I’m a big fan of all forms of dark music.
From start to finish, this album is for those who like to rock hard and ride easy.
While I can’t bring any examples to mind, Millennials definitely feels like something I would have heard in the 1990s.
Spock’s Beard are tight and polished, and they play with a confidence and energy that demonstrate their years of experience and reaffirm their well-earned standing as heroes of modern progressive rock.
Right from the first lead-in instrumental track, this album brings the classic Swedish death metal sound.
Break out your air guitar and neckbrace because you’ll fuckin’ need it.
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