Reviews: MI Metal Shows & Albums
Here’s Our Opinion.
Local Michigan metal to party with, loudly. Bartenders, beasts, warmongers working men and warriors included.read more
I was handed one of the very first copies of “The Wolf & The Lamb” from Society Kills and intended to have this written and published a long time ago… Instead, I found myself on a quest for a way to listen to the album. You see, I don’t have a CD player...read more
I’ve never had much use for genres, I just listen to music. If it moves me and makes me want to hear it again… I dig it. The BoneHawk genre (whatever damn genre it is) has really hooked me and I was stoked to sit down and give “Albino Rhino” a few good listens.read more
Intense yet complicated. Feminine and masculine.
Bass and treble. Passive aggressive, good versus evil metal.read more
No one really talks about the feeling metal emanates.
These guys do. No words needed.read more
This band evolves! Not comfortable staying in the box of death metal, “Phases” shows how they have each grown and expanded as musicians. It flows really well from song to song. It’s heavy, while still being groovy.read more
Scratchy speed thrash.
Bastard child of Lemmy and Mike Muir on Vocals.
Reminiscent Hardcore Thrash.
One guitar. One voice. One man.
Uncomfortable like the warm blanket of death.
Two-piece, marrow-rattling, soul-powered DOOM METAL.
They make the death blanket, epically.
Triple screaming, quadruple bass with keyboards.
Progressive-American-Metal awesomeness you could say.