Upcoming Shows: Part 2

Posted by on May Fri, 2013 in Black Metal, Death Metal, Upcoming Shows

Upcoming Shows: Part 2

This idea of posting flyers for shows throughout the country was so great in theory. In practice, it’s a pain in the ass to scour the internet for Death Metal concerts in the Bible Belt. Then again, “treat others how you want to be treated.” If I was a headbanger stranded in the middle of a conservative hell-hole, I would want someone to tell me when Goatwhore comes to town, too. Here’s part 2, covering … read...

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Recent Concerts: Reliving The Memories

Posted by on Apr Wed, 2013 in Concert Review

Have I mentioned that it’s a pain in the ass to type up reviews on a smart phone? It warrants repeating, regardless. This sucks. But on the bright side, I’ve been so swamped with awesome metal shows that my ears are still ringing. Anyway, here’s what went down recently:   Much like Dante was unable to express the beauty of heaven in his Paradiso, despite the fact that he’s a fuckin’ famous poet, I can not … read...

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Upcoming Shows

Posted by on Apr Tue, 2013 in Death Metal, Upcoming Shows

First and foremost, I must unveil the glory that is the Despise The World 2013 lineup. This is so good it has to be fattening.  The astronomically talented Fields Of Elysium from Santa Fe, New Mexico bring on the Jazzcore/Tech-Death with a vengeance. Admiron is some kind of unholy beast wrought from the forges of Thrash, Industrial, and Metalcore. Rings Of Saturn are painstakingly intricate, alarmingly fast Tech-Death group, also known as the innovaters of … read...

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Album Review: Rings Of Saturn- Dingir

Posted by on Jan Sat, 2013 in Album Review, Death Metal, New Releases, Technical

In a rare moment of sobriety, I decided to take on the beast known as Rings Of Saturn. This Aliencore group transcended the underground scene to become a Death Metal phenomenon, notorious for their painstakingly intricate compositions, ludicrously loud sound, and all around fucked up state of being. Despite many complications, Rings Of Saturn have released a stream of their new full length album, Dingir. Although it greatly resembles their debut album, Embryonic Anamoly, the … read...

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Let’s Try This Again

Posted by on Jun Tue, 2012 in Death Metal

Last post was super-false, but my computer bit the dust, so I had to use an ancient monstrosity that runs slower than hell. Anyway, now that my horrible incident of terror is over, I can bring you a (slightly) higher quality of writing. It’s still going to consist entirely of random stuff I should have said a long time ago, and in a more aesthetically articulate manner, but I’m too fat, lonely, and poor to care. First of … read...

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