Category: Review

Night of Death and Doom X – HISSING, ABSTRACTER, ENCOFFINATE, WOE MONGER

The ‘Night of Death and Doom’ has come to be an anticipated staple of the Vancouver underground – a labor of love meant to both promote amazing bands from all over and perpetuate that fervent

ULTRA SILVAM remain rabid amidst the explosively unexpected on “The Spearwound Salvation”

Editor’s note: Ultra Silvam is a band that we have kept a close eye on since their initial blistering demo took control of our lives for the better part of 2017. It is with great

FUNEREAL PRESENCE resurrects an ancient diabolism with “Achatius”

The implements are assembled, an array of reactants that, to any but the alchemist, would seem too unstable or incompatible for integration into this grand scheme. But the alchemist can see it, how the pieces

OSSUARIUM step into a pantheon of death metal’s old gods on “Living Tomb”

In a time where we are seeing the resurgence of true death metal, and the devil’s grasp tightens upon the earth, new albums in the genre are hitting with a swarm of the restless dead

BLUE HUMMINGBIRD ON THE LEFT at last deliver a fierce war cry with “Atl Tlachinolli”

The time for sacrifice and conquest is at hand once more, and Huitzilopochtli demands blood to stave off the night eternal. Blue Hummingbird On The Left have answered the call in glorious fashion with their