Tuesday Tune at Noon: ‘Hunt for White Christ’ by Unleashed

Yeah, I know, another lyric video. I’m not a fan of the format, but when you have a song like “The Hunt for White Christ” by Unleashed, you can make an exception. I must’ve been really out of the loop, because the albums by old-school death metal bands are sounding awesome. “Sound” as in production wise. Unleashed’s sound is damn near perfect here, with deep … Continue reading Tuesday Tune at Noon: ‘Hunt for White Christ’ by Unleashed

Retro-Review: ‘Wolverine Blues’ by Entombed

Wolverine Blues. What can you say? This album by Entombed created the “death ‘n’ roll” genre. Not a lot of bands can claim they created a genre aside from Black Sabbath, Venom or Death among an elite few. I remember the first reviews of this album, among them being the one featured in Metal Maniacs, proclaiming it to be the next Reign in Blood. Now, … Continue reading Retro-Review: ‘Wolverine Blues’ by Entombed

Retro-review: ‘Crimson II’ by Edge of Sanity

Ever since I read the original review for Edge of Sanity’s album Crimson in Metal Maniacs way back in 1996, I’ve always been curious to give the rather epic-sounding single song album a listen. Of course, 22 years later, I have yet to sit down and really listen to Crimson. So, it may sound kind of odd that I’m reviewing Crimson II first. Well, as … Continue reading Retro-review: ‘Crimson II’ by Edge of Sanity

Dismember takes Swedish Death Metal crown with ‘Indecent & Obscene’

You can’t help but notice the Indecent & Obscene album by Dismember when you see it. I mean, the image of the band’s metallic logo breaking through a guy’s bloody chest cavity is pretty memorable. The album, released Jan. 26, 1993, is memorable in its own right as well. At this point, Dismember was one of the biggest names in Swedish Death Metal. But they had one … Continue reading Dismember takes Swedish Death Metal crown with ‘Indecent & Obscene’