Monthly Archives: March 2017

Cut Up – Wherever They May Rot Review

Super groups, am I right? Rarely super and often just in it for the cash grab, these bands have to work harder simply to justify their creators’ use of time; Bloodbath and Twilight are two acts that hit the mark. On their new album, Wherever They May Rot, Sweden’s Cut Up straddles the line between […]

Congenital Anomalies – Misconception Review

While the most famous¬†extreme metal band from Prague is likely !T.O.O.H.! (short for “The Obliteration Of Humanity”), the city has also been home to some of the most innovative acts in grindcore (Negligent Collateral Collapse, Ahumado Granujo, Destructive Explosion of Anal Garland) and death metal (Brutally Deceased, Jig-Ai, Poppy Seed Grinder) since time immemorial, or, […]

A Look Back at Mid-2000’s Brutal Death Metal

President George W. Bush is remembered for his response to the 9/11 attacks as much as his penchant for painting. During two terms in power, talk of terrorism and warfare dominated the national agenda, up until the subprime mortgage crisis threw the fortunes of millions into jeopardy. It should come as no surprise that the […]