Tag: Primus

Review: “Drain The Sun” by Skyless Aeons

Cira 2014 guitarist Nicholas Luck and drummer Martin Burchill met as a result of an errant bus ride in London, Canada and once the pair joined forces and began creating in the Death Metal genre vocalist Nathan Ferreira and bassist Steve Oliva entered the fray with the result being 2016’s debut EP “The Era Of

Review: “Buried Alive” by Hole Dug Deep

Recorded at Soundhouse Studio in Seattle, Washington with Mikel Perkins (Windhand, Maklak, Hissing) on production duties and mastering by Chris Hanzsek (Melvins, Soundgarden) at Hanzsek Audio in Snohomish Washington, “Buried Alive” is an album that sees Hole Dug Deep in a philosophical mood, the band look at the world through the eyes of a dark

Review: “Alphaville” by Imperial Triumphant

“Welcome to the age of a bright future and unprecedented optimism. A time when man’s dreams are realized in the biggest way. The most dangerous time ever known with the most existential responsibility ever bestowed. A NEW age of the atomic dream and ten thousand years forward of computerized biology looking to the past for

Review: “Simulation” by Dirty Casuals

A Sludge Doom Metal quartet residing in  Cork City Ireland and emerging in late 2015, “Simulation” is the September 2019 Rebel Recordings follow up the 2018’s “Light And Dark Matter” EP from Dirty Casuals. A myriad of shows (including Weddings!) has helped establish Liam Whitnell, Samvel “Sammy” Hovhannisyan, Jim Spillane and Rory Taylor as regulars

Review: “Effigy” by Winterblind

Winterblind is an Antwerp Belgium based experimental progressive metal band. Formed sometime around 2006 by four edge-riddled teenagers wanting to play black metal, for some reason the band never broke up and now consists of five hipsters in their late twenties trying to play music that they imagine makes them look smart. Following their debut