Album Review: Behemoth – I Loved You At Your Darkest (2018)

Review by: Nick Licata Behemoth is one of those bands, that could literally do anything, musically, and turn it into a Black Metal masterpiece. Although any release that comes after 2014’s, The Satanist, has to really be bold if it wants to hold precedence as a successor to that album. For most bands, that would…

Photo Gallery: Korn at The Pageant

It may not show on the site our love for Korn,  however for years I lived and breathed this band. Hell, my best man included them in his speech at my wedding saying we were both minorities (Being the last two Korn fans in our group). Needless to say, though my love for them may…

Top 29 Nu Metal Albums of All Time

Nu metal is a sub-genre that often gets scoffed at and even fully disregarded when looking at metal as a whole. It is a genre that began to develop in the early to mid-1990’s and gained tremendous popularity at the tail end of the decade. Now, it is somewhat difficult to nail down exactly what…

Album Review: Shallow Side – One EP

Band: Shallow Side Album: One EP Release Date: January 13, 2017 Record Label: Thermal Entertainment As many of you know, we specialize in all things Metal. Though, from time to time, you just have to take a break from all the insanity and listen to something. . . off beat, yeah that works, off beat….

Album Review: Dark Tranquillity – Atoma

Band: Dark Tranquillity Album: Atoma Release Date: November 4, 2016 Record Label: Century Media These days it’s easy to just toss a band aside because they sound just like every other band or they lack talent. Dark Tranquillity, however is the exact opposite. Running alongside bands like In Flames, Soilwork and various other Melodic Death…

Photo Gallery: Return of the Dreads tour

This summer we, as well as many of you got to relive your childhoods as many of the bands that were new and popular as we were growing up did a few tours. First there was Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin, next Marilyn Manson and Slipknot and the final one was Korn and Rob Zombie. Now…

Photo Album – Nile @ Fubar (St. Louis, Mo)

When it comes to Technical Death Metal, many bands come to mind, one that probably everyone can think of when the topic is brought up is South Carolina’s Nile. Nile has been going strong for over 20 years, and though they have had quite a few lineup changes in the past it doesn’t look like…

Album Review: Sunflower Dead – It’s Time To Get Weird

Artist: Sunflower Dead Album: It’s Time To Get Weird Year: 2015 Sunflower Dead are comprised of Michael Del Pizzo (Vocals, Accordion, Piano), Jaboo(Guitar), Jamie Teissere (Guitar), Lats (Bass), Jimmy Schultz (Drums) My friends, there comes a time when you are asked to review an album of a band you are truly unfamiliar with. That can make things difficult, but at the same time almost a…