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Album In Review: Carnal Abhorrence – Gormandizing Rupture

Band: Carnal Abhorrence Album: Gormandizing Rupture # of Songs: 7 Released: July 30th, 2019 Genre: Brutal Death Metal Label: Realityfade Records Mixing/ Mastering : Tsuntsun Productions Members: Nick Loria – Vocals Vlad Carnage – Guitars AJ Lucas – Drums My first time hearing of this band was from the vocalist hitting me up after Chicago Domination Fest to...

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Album in Review: Killswitch Engage – Atonement

Band: Killswitch Engage From: Massachusetts Album: Atonement # of Songs: 11 (wished there were more) Singles: 3 Released: June 25th, 2019 Genre: Metal Members: Jesse Leach – lead vocals Adam Dutkiewicz – guitar, backing vocals Joel Stroetzel – guitar, backing vocals Mike D’Antonio – bass guitar Justin Foley – drums First Things First Let’s get this out of the way;...

Show in Review: The Black Dahlia Murdered FCC

Pre-show Shenanigans My morning started with breakfast at Egg Works before heading across town to my favorite used book store (Dragon Castle Books) to pick up some Tolkein and Classic Literature gems. I can’t be allowed alone in book stores because I will buy so many books its not even funny. I left with a...

Show In Review: GOJIRA takes over HoB Las Vegas

No pre-show shenanigans this time around… The Venue Much like the Static X show a few days before I got to the House of Blues early to stand in line with the masses. I spotted a person I knew from a local band and chatted him up while we waited for them to allow people...

Album In Review: Puddle of Dudd

  Ahhh, yes. The “reality show” of rock n’ roll: Puddle of Mudd. Simple, bubble gum raunch that, like a fly continuously hitting a window pane, keeps coming back for more even though it’s absolute brain rot. Lacking any sort of substance, I’m pretty sure that the only reason they’ve had any success is because...

Opinionated Metalhead: The Attack on Porno-Grind

Maybe I have a sick sense of humor or maybe I just appreciate metal music of all sub-genres. It is the audible form of art and expression that sometimes has a sick and twisted satirical value. Just when I thought the attack on metal had gone away I found another gem that attacks the sub...

Album In Review: Because of the Brave

Band Name – Flaw Based In – Louisville, KY Project Name – Vol IV: Because of the Brave # of Songs – 10 (not enough) Members – Chris Volz – Vocals Tommy Gibbons – Guitar/Bass Rob Buttorff – Guitar Georges Octobous – Drums Label – Pavement Entertainment Release Date – July 19th, 2019 Genre –...

Album In Review: Pathology- Reborn to Kill

Who is Pathology?  Pathology comes from San Diego, CA an area I know pretty well considering I went to school in the North SD County area. These guys popped up right before I graduated, but I was not in the death metal scene quite yet. I discovered their music years later when they released The...

Festival In Review: Las Vegas Deathfest XI

I’m going to skip my standard format and get down to the nitty-gritty about LVDF year XI.   If you have not gone to this festival yet and are a huge fan of brutal death metal this should be on your bucket list to attend. Even if it’s just for one day (I still recommend all...