Lay Down Rotten started as a solo project by Daniel Jakobi in 1999. Now all these years later you could look at February 28th and call the release of “Mask of Malice” as a new beginning as Jakobi has left the band.
This week we decided to try something different. Adam, from The Metal Advisor, wrote a review of Death’s Symbolic album from 1995. And, in return, the Advisor invited us to write a review for their blog. I took up the invitation and reviewed a young band called Jagged Surge.
Sometimes it’s nice to stop listening to whatever new is coming down the pipe and dig out your old favourites. Nothing beats having a couple of friends over and playing the music you loved in wilder, more simple times.
We Love Metal had done a lot of coverage of these American Power Metal/NWOBHM mainstays. Pharaoh has fascinated us with their ability to bring power metal to the American audience in a manner that blends all genres including the aforementioned with melodic and thrash.
What can be said about the legendary Cannibal Corpse that hasn’t been said over the existence of death metal. Cannibal Corpse are true legends of death metal and that can’t be stressed enough. On March 13th the legends are going to strike again with their latest offering “Torture.
Take some classic metal beats, throw in modern guitar work and a voice that sounds like a giant smoke stack belching clouds of toxic power into the sky and you have Nephelium’s latest album Coils of Entropy.