Hypocrisy – Worship

I idolized Peter Tägtgren when I was younger and Hypocrisy was one of my favorite bands. I was obsessed with aliens, Area 51 and The X Files and loved everything of Hypocrisy. Especially Osculum Obscenum, Abducted and The Final Chapter. The latest years I haven’t followed them much […]

Plebeian Grandstand – Rien Ne Suffit

I feel like avant-garde kind of isn’t avant-garde any more, you know? So many bands mix their metal with noise, electronics and various intricacy nowadays. Kind of like that you’re more original if you DON’T have any tattoos. It’d been better with a pure noise album or a […]

Discography Review: Metallica – Death Magnetic

Since sometime in the 90’s, Metallica has been a sitcom of wrong decisions. Sometime back then they should have had hired an editor with total freedom of action who was given the mandate to exercise loving violence on the band’s confused extravagances. Because if you removed some incomprehensible […]

Every Time I Die – Radical

I would like to launch a new genre epithet: Riff Music. Doesn’t have to be more difficult than that. And there’s many types of riff music, some that I really like and some that I can’t hear what’s the purpose with it (like the malignant tumor called ”djent” […]

Fire-Toolz – Eternal Home

I really admire and respect this epic interfusion of metalcore, IDM, progressive electronic, prog rock, vaporwave and jazz. But I don’t really feel like listening to it very much. Even for a genre mix masochist like me this is a bit all over the place. Maybe I’m getting […]

Discography Review: Metallica – Hardwired… to Self-Destruct

Metallica have become a band who tries to be smarter than they are. They are a gang of savage riffing rockheads, but I feel that they so bad want to be artistic innovators or creative geniuses.  Therefore this albums sounds kind of like an overthought Guide Michelin-dish, crafted […]