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Muertissima - Inquisition Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Muertissima - Inquisition Review | Angry Metal Guy

together in a rational, cohesive way. This makes for a strange, awkward and uneasy listening experience, even for those open to new ideas. This is the classic story of a band trying [...] identity. Let this be a warning to you all. An open mind may lead to troubling experiences. Best to close that shit [...]

2.0/5.0 • Muertissima - Inquisition [2021] • Music-Records • Death Metal • review by Steel Druhm on 2021-10-14
The Silver - Ward of Roses Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

The Silver - Ward of Roses Review | Angry Metal Guy

pained eruptions possess the potential to grate. Different strokes for different folks I guess. The collective experience, and dedication to the project’s intricate construction, results in an accomplished debut with far more strengths than [...]

4.0/5.0 • The Silver - Ward of Roses [2021] • Gilead Media • Black Metal, Doom Metal, Post-metal, Progressive Metal • review by L. Saunders on 2021-10-14
Atræ Bilis - Apexapien Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Atræ Bilis - Apexapien Review | Angry Metal Guy

framework within which the rest of the album constructs itself. The riffing style and weight you experience here feature heavily across the record, but Atræ Bilis provide ample enough twists to mitigate stagnation. “Lore Beyond [...]

3.0/5.0 • Atræ Bilis - Apexapien [2021] • 20 Buck Spin • Death Metal, Technical Death Metal • review by TheKenWord on 2021-10-13
Unto Others - Strength review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Unto Others - Strength review - Metal Storm

Much like with Crescent ’s Carving The Fires Of Akhet , I was looking for that second album experience that solidifies a band as one of my favourites in the (sub)genre. Strength does deliver [...]

8.2 • Unto Others - Strength [2021] • review by tominator on 2021-10-12
Antediluvian - The Divine Punishment review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Antediluvian - The Divine Punishment review - Metal Storm

this is either high praise or an insult. Be prepared for a hellish and bizarre experience like no other. The Canadian trio of Antediluvian quickly carved a name for themselves with their debut Through [...]

Antediluvian - The Divine Punishment [2021] • review by X-Ray Rod on 2021-10-12
Gus G. – Quantum Leap Review – Last Rites
Last Rites

Gus G. – Quantum Leap Review – Last Rites

clean slate. Listener expectation aside, he can shed the weight of history and defy some of what experience might suggest this thing to sound like. At least one would hope.And fortunately for us listeners [...] just the sort of fun and adventurous listen I wanted.Though instrumental, Quantum Leap feels like a narrated experience where the guitar does the talking. Cathartic album-opener “Into the Unknown” gives off major shedding [...]

Gus G. - Quantum Leap • review by Chris C on 2021-10-11
Succumb - XXI review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Succumb - XXI review - Metal Storm

place at first glance, but repeated listens have cemented it as one of the most memorable experiments in chaos [...]

Succumb - XXI [2021] • review by RaduP on 2021-10-10
Kite - Currents Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Kite - Currents Review | Angry Metal Guy

conduct a thought experiment: picture a noise band selling their souls to play better noise. The devil appears in a cloud of sulfur at a crossroads. He does this a lot, so he doesn [...]

3.0/5.0 • Kite - Currents [2021] • Majestic Mountain Records • Noise, Post-hardcore, Sludge • review by Cherd of Doom on 2021-10-10
Siren's Rain - Rise Forth Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Siren's Rain - Rise Forth Review | Angry Metal Guy

handle their instruments, the songwriting, vocals and production are all suspect leading to a poor overall experience

1.5/5.0 • Siren’s Rain - Rise Forth [2021] • Folk Metal, Heavy Metal • review by Carcharodon on 2021-10-11
Crystal Coffin - The Starway Eternal
Metal Reviews

Crystal Coffin - The Starway Eternal

Neige et Noirciere (without being ambient). Whatever the Canadian coast, The Starway Eternal was an excellent experience which will definitely hold up to repeated listens and I’m recommending this to my son, both [...]

85 / 100 • Crystal Coffin - The Starway Eternal [2021] • A Beast in the Field • Melodic Black Metal • review by Alex
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