Tag: Nuclear Blast

Bal-Sagoth

Music Reviews

Atlantis Ascendant (Nuclear Blast). Review by David Lee Beowulf.

Susperia

Music Reviews

Predominance (Nuclear Blast). Review by Nathan T. Birk.

Soilwork

Music Reviews

A Predator’s Portrait (Nuclear Blast). Review by Nathan T. Birk.

Dimmu Borgir

Music Reviews

Puritanical Euphoric Misanthropia (Nuclear Blast). Review by Nathan T. Birk.

Primal Fear

Music Reviews

Perhaps this should’ve been called Nuclear Blast, what with that label…

The Black League

Music Reviews

After two consecutive weeks of intensive spins, my feelings on the Black Leag…

Orphanage

Music Reviews

Pretty difficult to call Orphanage’s Inside a dumb record – “dumb,” a…

Gardenian

Music Reviews

By most accounts, Gardenian’s second album, last year’s Soulburner, ru…

Hypocrisy

Music Reviews

Try as I may, I just can’t reconcile my feelings on Hypocrisy’s seventh and l…

Opprobrium

Music Reviews

It’s now been nearly a decade since Opprobrium (formerly Incubus, but changin…

Sinergy

Music Reviews

In the short year since the release of their debut album, Beware The Heave…

In Flames

Interviews

Nathan T. Birk talks with guitarist Bjorn Gelotte of the Swedish metal legends about the Gothenburg scene and the meaning of death metal.

Raise Hell

Music Reviews

Heavy kick ass rock n’ roll metal in the vein of Kreator, Sodom, and Venom. W…

Kataklysm

Music Reviews

Unbeknownst to even some fervent metalheads, Canada is home to a quietly endu…

Dismember

Music Reviews

The oft-overlooked sons of the early ’90s Swedish death metal boom (which inc…

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