Tag: Benediction

Review: “Cinis” by Consecration

There can be no understating how challenging it can be to find replacement musicians when your band is a going concern but in 2021 it became clear that for Consecration they had finally found that missing piece of the puzzle in guitarist Andy Matthews when they resurrected a trio of long since buried cuts and

Review: “Experiments in Warfare” by Death Chamber

The roots of Death Chamber go back to the summer of August 2018 when with smell of rotting flesh in the air guitarist Tim Reu began to experiment with some riffs that would take him beyond the horizons of his Black Metal band Chaedrist and into the realms of Death Metal. The solo project started

Review: “God Of Dead Roots” by Sicarius

Formed in 2014 in Inland Empire California, Black Metallers Sicarius might not be a house hold name despite their 2017 critically acclaimed debut album “Serenade of Slitting Throats” being hailed by Decibel Magazine for “combining black metal with a violent immediacy and pairing it with a bloody, corpse painted aesthetic” but they could actually be considered a