Skinflint 2016 Cheif Of The Ghosts

Review: Skinflint’s ‘Chief Of The Ghosts’

Chief of the Ghosts - Oh my Sword! By BrutalViking It’s always a pleasure to receive some African metal in my reviewers inbox (It’s been barren...
Persona: Elusive Reflections 2016

Review: Elusive Reflections by Persona

Band: Persona Origin: Tunis, Tunisia Album: Elusive Reflections Released: 12 February 2016 Label: Independent Tunisian metal band Persona has delivered an earworm with their Elusive Reflections debut full-length which...

Wargrave: Suffering The Void (2015-11-14) review

I have a lot of genuine praise for Suffering The Void! The instrumentalist tenacity of Wargrave has never been as eloquently displayed live,...

Review of Out For Blood by BloodBeast – 2014

Band: BloodBeast Album: Out For Blood Released: 12 December, 2014 When it comes to the most raw and primal means of human expression, I cannot claim to...

Hectate: The Order of The Black Light – Review

Egypt’s metal scene seems to be most well known abroad for its death and black metal bands. Hecate is a more recent arrival on...

Bullescript – Knotted EP Review

We often listen album to death when reviewing, for me that meant a twelve-hour work day with this bad boy on repeat. Now sitting comfortably with a beer in hand, and better sound quality than my work headphones, I have to say it: I'm impressed.

Become the Watcher – Paradigm Review

What the hell is happening in Durban lately? After a long drought where the scene seemed all but dead, there has been a sudden and rabid revival from the coast. Started as a studio project, Become the Watcher has burst out of nowhere as a frontrunner to the modern, more mature deathcore sound.

Skinflint – Nyemba Review

As you all know, I have a disproportionate amount of love for all things 80′s and metal. From Iron Maiden to early Metallica, to new revival bands like Steel Panther and Hardcore Superstar; early Slayer and proto-death. So unsurprisingly, I love the latest album by Botswana’s warriors of metal, Skinflint!

Octainium – Suffer the Clock Review

Suffer The Clock is a great album, a worthy sophomore effort and a headbanging good time. The album flows like a freight train over the lowveld, only slowing down when it hits that rise

Boargazm – The Baconing Review

Are you ready for breakfast? The long awaited second helping of Boargazm has arrived. Fresh off the presses, I got a chance to have a listen to the new work by this incredibly avant-garde, Johannesburg-based quartet.