Dead Again,Type O Negative’s final album, is arguably their best. The band always had the talent to write catchy tunes, but with Dead Again they layered atop the catchiness like a strawberry wafer that doesn’t know when to quit.
With The Children of the Night, Tribulation have gifted us something special, and above all staked a claim on their own deserved spot in the metal world.
Omb's SwineSong is true progressive, avant-garde metal that surpasses the idea of what music is supposed to be.
Hoth is a two-piece melodic black metal band from Seattle, Washington. While I’d assume this makes touring difficult, as there are more than two things going on at once in their music, it also helps to streamline the sound and story of their art.
Innocence & Decadence is a solid offering from Graveyard that fits somewhere within ‘70s’ rock, modern stoner, and American blues.
If there’s one thing that Kylesa is masterful at, it’s setting a mood through their music. Exhausting Fire is trancelike: slow, simple, and muddy.
Whispered is heavily inspired by three things: Finnish melodic death, the Oriental culture, and video games. Quite frankly, three of the greatest things that man has ever created.
With the release of Untouchable Glory, Gama Bomb has nailed the four f’s that define the thrash genre: fast, fun, and fucking fantastic.