Reviews

Gaerea has become a force to be reckoned with in the past few years in the black metal scene. Their debut full-length Unsettling Whispers took the underground scene by storm and saw the band immediately make a leap from Transcending Obscurity Record…

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Another debut EP release review coming at you today from Gnash, a four-piece sludge band hailing from Columbus, Ohio. This is a new project from my good friend Josh Richter of Bather. He was gracious enough to send me this new project to review and …

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Although Abest’s music could be called post-metal, the band incorporate a lot more speed and ferocity into their music that that label might suggest, especially on this album. Abest blend post-metal, hardcore, grindcore and death metal into a …

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After a bit of a lull, the Metal Architect is back to sling some reviews in September. Life has been hectic but good for me the past month so it is nice to get back and recommend you guys some killer new tunes. Up today is a new band called Silurian…

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"Short but sweet! Great death metal EP influenced by the Swedish death metal scene!" - Whispers From The Void Podcast

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A hot button topic in metal is always when bands change their sound. Some don’t mind their favorite bands changing things up while others call them sellouts and fakes. I personally love to see bands evolve and put out music that they are happy…

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From the darkest depths of my litterbox, I hail you, my metal peers! Ukrainian innovators White Ward are back with another dark, brooding full-length album, following on from the excellent LP Love Exchange Failure and their 2020 two-track EP Debemur…

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"It’s filthy! A great album that is aside bands like Frozen Soul, Sanguisugabogg and 200 Stab Wounds!" - Whispers From The Void Podcast

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The album is immediately recognisable as Temple of Void, with their crushing wall of guitars, rumbling bass and Mike Erdody’s cavernous death growls. What’s immediately striking, aside from the vivid album art, is how well produced this …

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On a very hot June evening, I went to check out the Terrestrial Takeover Tour featuring Allegaeon, Arkaik, Aenimus and Summoning the Lich at Amplified Live in Dallas. I have been a fan of Allegaeon for a long time since discovering the music video f…

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