Monthly Archives: July 2011

Review: Blame Yourself (single)

If I spent time on singles, I’d always be in front of this laptop. This one, however, is worth it. Opening up with distorted lead guitar over a shredding rhythm, and a powerful beat, “Blame Yourself” is a peace of … Continue reading

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Review: Farewell to the Former

I can describe Obraskai’s style only as every well-loved American rock genre combined, and then taken a step further. The quieter passages of “Farewell to the Former” remind me of older Crossfade, while the guitar solos gracing heavier, faster stretches … Continue reading

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Review: Methods to End it All

I was searching Amazon for the new album by Sarah Jezebel Deva, a well-known figure in the metal world because of her work with Cradle of Filth and Angtoria, and stumbled upon the track “Creation’s Tears”, by the band of … Continue reading

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Review: My Soul to Take

I sit here, and I try to think of a dark movie I liked better. The Roommate was good; Jeepers Creepers 2 wal pretty fun; Case 39 was enjoyable. The Hills Have Eyes, Carrie, the Rage, Tamara, Resident Evil 1 … Continue reading

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Review: The Oracle

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Review: THe Unforgiving

This is certainly a departure from the dreamy, dramatic symphonic soundscapes of Mother Earth and the Silent Force, and even the more metal “The Heart of Everything”. Though still soundly rooted in symphonic layers, “The Unforgiving” offers many tracks that … Continue reading

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Review: the Song Remains not the Same

I must admit, these guys just landed on my radar,. But right away, they remind me of old Alice in Chains and Velvet Revolver. “The Song Remains Not the Same” is their latest effort, and it is definitely a crowd … Continue reading

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