Review: Baggage – ‘The Good That Never Comes’

  You know what they say: “a little goes a long way.” This adage shamelessly clings to the frugality of our lives, its exemplary usage spanning in the foreground of everything from the amount of dish detergent we elect to use to the limited color palettes that Claude Monet used to create masterpieces such as…

Review: A Night In Texas – ‘Global Slaughter’

Holy shit. Fecal matter of God. Jesus-blessed dung. Crap of the (supposed) entity who (supposedly) delivered Moses the Ten Commandments. Say whichever you want; this album goes hard. And if I had to describe A Night In Texas’ musical might with one musical relation, I’d pinpoint them as a mature version of Suicide Silence. Their…

Review: Invidia – ‘As The Sun Sleeps’

  If you’re like me, you’ve probably turned to a non-descript Netflix series to unwind after a long day. At first, it feels good because you aren’t doing work anymore. Soon after you’ve begun the show-binging process, you start digging into your bag chips or whatever shit snack may please your palate and you steadily…

Review: Legend – ‘Charging The Field’

  Admit it- we’ve all done cringy shit before to seem tough or cool. We were likely 13 or so (or maybe older, for you unlucky, vapid suckers out there) when that all started- a tender age of youthful caprice, and it didn’t help that the latest James Bond movie gave the ‘mercilessly badass’ trope…

Review: Centuries of Decay – ‘Centuries of Decay’

  Coke or Pepsi? The future or the past? Artificial intelligence all the way, or Artificial Intelligence no way? The first question is irrelevant here.  But I just wanted to get you started. Perhaps when you listen to Centuries of Decay’s self-titled album, you will think of the second two questions.  The album generally sounds…

Review: Midwayer – ‘Never Together’

  It’s Ruth here, coming back on the radar with another review! On my own, I must say that I have been exploring grunge more lately, which is a change of pace for me, in addition to some hardcore. But, I am very excited today to review an original genre favorite of mine: metalcore!  I…