Rage and Frustration
Heavy Metal Reviews & Interviews
Old school roots with passionate fury and layers of dissonance. Now doesn’t that sound worth a listen?
The plodding riffs are unrelenting. The drums hammer misery into your skull.
As their songwriting continues to mature, the only direction for them is up.
If the devil wears studded leather jackets and drives a motorcycle, then he without a doubt listens to this band.
The duo take you on a journey through the ashes of humanity and make you fall entirely in love with what you are witnessing.
I’ve run out of words. I’m not sure how to wrap up this review. I suppose I will just say that you need to experience it for yourself.
If all that sounds like fun, it’s because it definitely is.
It’s an awesome album. It’s a fucking experience.
The bottom line is this, Illusive Golden Age has something for everyone.
The music is the pure essence of black metal, and the pacing through the album is appropriate.
Comments on a punishing show at Cellarmen’s in Hazel Park.
Pretty awesome interview we did with Huntsmen.
Good times were had at Mac’s Bar in Lansing. Check out Hayduke’s thoughts on the experience.
Verging at times into straight up stoner metal
truly good psych/progressive/doom songs
tireless in its pursuit of metal perfection.
Masterful shredding, soaring vocals, and harmonized guitar solos
Some words on a recent live music experience.
You could only feel closer to the band if you were standing in their rehearsal studio with them.
This is a well produced, cohesive, and incredibly competent album which stands proudly on its own outside of a large pack of forgettable technical wankery with zero substance.
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