Sadistic Intent – Resurrection EP (1994)

Californian band Sadistic Intent has been a presence in the death metal scene since the mid 80's when the genre was just being refined. Saying that you might think they have a long lineage of under recognized albums under their... Continue Reading →


Cryptic Slaughter – Money Talks (1987)

While I'm a thrash and punk fan, crossover has never really been my bag aside from a few select bands and albums. I do, however, enjoy other forms of metal and punk meeting IE the crust element that is exploding... Continue Reading →

FaithXtractor – The Great Shadow Infiltrator (2013)

An element of metal that I enjoy is the nature of bands to twist and change and go from one entity to another. There's bands that evolve from where they started and make incredible music throughout their career, or in... Continue Reading →

Ceremonium – Into the Autumn Shade (1995)

More death/doom? Yes, more fucking death/doom. I have a lot of overlooked death/doom albums just piled up waiting to be featured on this site. I'm lacking history in this genre, which I'm finding to be either not properly labeled or... Continue Reading →

Gates of Ishtar – The Dawn of Flames (1997)

Sigh... Here we go again. Another fucking band that I can't even fathom why I slept on for so long. Especially this band because 1; they're melodic death metal from the mid 90's, 2; they're Swedish, and 3; they fucking... Continue Reading →

Acid – Acid (1983)

They earlier years of metal hold such an interest for me. So many bands were exploring and honing a genre and everything was just so up in the air. The few bands that established a trademark sound, who would be... Continue Reading →

Bitch – Be My Slave (1983)

Heavy metal is a never ending hole of history, one I enjoy diving into frequently. No matter how much I hear, or read, or see, there's always another corner somewhere with some more genre history. This time it's about Betsy... Continue Reading →

Mystic Charm – Shadows of the Unknown (1994)

For the past couple months I've been surrounded by death/doom bands. Probably from my buddy Ben's YouTube episode about overlooked death/doom bands. Most of them are hailing from the 90's which is probably because that's when this genre really flourished,... Continue Reading →

Wrathchild America – 3-D (1991)

I'm instantly drawn to any band that is doing something different or unique within the thrash genre. While I'm a thrash fan I think the genres progression has practically hitting a wall. There's not much innovation left in the genre... Continue Reading →

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