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Tyrant - Hereafter Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Tyrant - Hereafter Review | Angry Metal Guy

Aside from the enigmatic Brocas Helm, Tyrant may be one of the least prolific American metal bands ever. Starting out in 1978, the band dropped their Legions of the Dead debut in 851, followed by their best known, most [...]

3.0/5.0 • Tyrant - Hereafter [2020] • Shadow Kingdom • Doom Metal, Heavy Metal • review by Steel Druhm on 2020-05-12
TYRANT - Hereafter - BraveWords
BraveWords

TYRANT - Hereafter - BraveWords

California heavy metal titans Tyrant returns with their first full-length in 24 years! This unit released three albums from ’85-’96 before going on hiatus and then reforming in 2009. Of course there is going to be a [...]

7.5 • TYRANT - Hereafter • Shadow Kingdom • Heavy Metal • review by Nick Balazs on 2020-06-22
Bloody Tyrant - 島嶼神話 (Myths Of The Islands) review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Bloody Tyrant - 島嶼神話 (Myths Of The Islands) review - Metal Storm

So you thought that melancholy, euphonic melodeath was just a Nordic thing, did you? Well, okay, so did I - even having listened to Bloody Tyrant before, I was not prepared for the wave of Amon Amarth / Insomnium riffs echoing [...]

8.1 • Bloody Tyrant - 島嶼神話 (Myths Of The Islands) [2020] • review by ScreamingSteelUS on 2020-07-10
Blood Tyrant - Departure Chandelier - split
Metal Reviews

Blood Tyrant - Departure Chandelier - split

I love splits and I often wonder what brings the bands together. Label decision, budget needs and considerations, common convictions? I have pondered and pondered why Blood Tyrant and Departure Chandelier are joining forces on their quick split on [...]

Blood Tyrant - Departure Chandelier - split [2017] • Nuclear War Now! Productions • Black Metal • review by Alex
Tyrant Of Death - Ascendancy review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Tyrant Of Death - Ascendancy review - Metal Storm

Where do I even begin? Some reviews seem to write themselves, but Tyrant Of Death 's latest album has me at a loss for words. No metaphors, no cheeky remarks. I've got nothing. But I will say this [...]

9.9 • Tyrant Of Death - Ascendancy [2014] • review by flightoficarus on 2015-02-12
Tyrant's Kall - Dagon review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Tyrant's Kall - Dagon review - Metal Storm

"Ia Cthulhu, Ia Dagon!" Yep, Lovecraft it is. Today we have a look at Tyrant's Kall 's debut album Dagon from 2012, re-released on LP with a different song order and a bonus track this year. The [...]

7.5 • Tyrant's Kall - Dagon [2012] • review by Windrider on 2014-09-26
Woe Of Tyrants - Threnody
Metal Reviews

Woe Of Tyrants - Threnody

Woe Of Tyrants really got me going with their 2009 album Kingdom Of Might. Their music had energy, creativity, and just plain kicked ass - and proved that the melodeath genre is still alive and well. I had high hopes [...]

60 / 100 • Woe Of Tyrants - Threnody [2010] • Metal Blade • Melodic Death Metal • review by Khelek
Woe Of Tyrants - Kingdom Of Might
Metal Reviews

Woe Of Tyrants - Kingdom Of Might

I can safely say right now that very few new bands around today have the intensity and the skill of Woe Of Tyrants. Formed in 2004 these guys are a relatively new band on the scene, with only one [...]

92 / 100 • Woe Of Tyrants - Kingdom Of Might [2009] • Metal Blade • Melodic Death Metal • review by Khelek
Tyrant Eyes - The Darkest Hour
Metal Reviews

Tyrant Eyes - The Darkest Hour

Tyrant Eyes is back. After their "sophomore" first album called Book Of Souls, the band changed label and rejoined Scarlet Records. I wasn't impressed with Book of Souls so let's not loose too much time in explanations [...]

45 / 100 • Tyrant Eyes - The Darkest Hour [2002] • Scarlet Records • True Metal • review by Danny
Tyrant Eyes - Book Of Souls
Metal Reviews

Tyrant Eyes - Book Of Souls

Since this "True Metal" revival, lots of labels who have missed the wave want to have also their Hammerfall or Steel Prophet. Tyrant Eyes isn't one of them, at least not with this record. To be recognized in [...]

65 / 100 • Tyrant Eyes - Book Of Souls [2000] • B.O. Records • Power / Prog Metal • review by Danny
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