Black Crown Initiate made quite an impression on me with last year’s Song of the Crippled Bull. With their debut full length, The Wreckage of Stars on eOne Music, I was hopeful for a continuation of the sonic assault.
Thrash anyone? Melodeath? It’s been a while I feel since I’ve reviewed something along those sounds. It’s safe to say that at this point in my metal years, this genre almost never fails to disappoint me. Today, will be no exception. Let’s cut straight to the chase.
The higher you climb, the further you fall. – Unknown Most would say the best time in melodic death metal was the late 90s and early 2000s’. This also happens to be the best time of Swedish melo legends In Flames.
From a land that has seen its share of violence and complete civil unrest Vomitile brings its Cypress roots to the forefront on an album that’s filled with references to a time of sheer chaos and brutality.
I’ve never really been a fan of the music bands put out when it’s in a demo form, re-mixed, or even live, especially live. But today’s artist, have recently released a new Demo collection of tracks, one that I am highly fond of and could not get enough of.
I had 15 or so minutes to talk to Vogg of the always heavy Decapitated. One of my personal favorite death metal bands, and Vogg was a great person to talk to. Very nice guy, open to questions, and he really wanted to make sure his answers were good and clear.