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This is the top notch of death metal. For the old fans, get on this, and for everybody else, if you want a lesson in how to do it right, bend an ear to this.read more
This particular release is compact and vicious, a concentrated hit of nastiness for when you need a quick fix.read more
an atmosphere that is not beholding to any rulesread more
some of the heaviest, darkest chords weigh into the battle for your soulread more
Erie, dark, and foreboding emotions run throughout.read more
In short, The Essence of Time Matches No Flesh absolutely rips, but often in surprising ways.read more
I think its also fair to predict, though, that I will continue to pull this album out when a certain mood hits me. It is undeniably intelligent and well done and deserves recognition as such.read more
Spreading Adder is the DFW quintet’s most ambitious and dynamic project to date, providing a fiery apocalyptic take on the current state of the world.read more
So, to review, we have excellent playing that actually moves the listener, top notch vocals, and conscious lyrics? Full support from this writer.read more
These are sparse composition reliant on emotion and passion, with anger being the primary. Make know mistake though, when you’ve had a tough day and just need to come home, vent, and flail for awhile, this is exactly what you want.read more
You could say that they have learned the lessons of the masters well and then moved the music forward into this generation by creating their own style, which makes the album feel timeless.read more
The riffs pour forth like slices during a knife fight in a darkened alley.read more
Rage and Frustration Heavy Metal Reviews and Interviews Band – Primitive Man Country of Origin – USA Venue – New Dodge Lounge Date – October 29th, 2017 I kind of like this ‘Five Things’ format for review a live show. It helps me...read more
In Passing Ascension is a masterpiece from a scene (Minneapolis, MN) that is RED HOT right now.read more
The quintet as a whole has taken the five pieces to really compose an album, where other bands play different instruments, or even just play songs. Exanimate is one of those pieces of artwork where the whole is indeed greater than the sum of the parts.read more
Pick it up, wring it out, and you’ll have an ocean of feeling. This is one of those albums that simultaneously seems to last a lifetime and an instant, but you feel changed by listening.read more
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Any more than three minutes of exposure could result in radiation poisoning…read more
It’s a unique blend that I kind of like.read more