Music Reviews

ALOHA - Light Works

By Simon Howell - A Listening Ear - 12/04/2007


RADAR BROS. - Auditorium

By Simon Howell - A Listening Ear - 01/28/2008


JAY-Z - Kingdome Come

By Döc Holidæ - Phantastiq Cypha - 11/21/2006

Jay-Z once said "I'm far from being God, but I work goddamn hard" and though there will be some who disagree, this album proves them wrong.

Releasing his 9th solo album definitely shows us some staying power. However this album wasn't supposed to be, after announcing The Black Album would be his last in 2004, many were happy to see Jay go out on top of his game. This new album is good, but it can't top The Black Album.


CANNIBAL CORPSE - Kill

By Korgüll The Destroyer - Metal for Supper - The Afternoon Edition - 03/21/2006

The cover for this album was disappointingly tame. I mean, if it's not a picture of a maggot colony bursting out of a corpse performing cunnilingus on a dead pregnant body that has demon/mutant/alien thing tearing itself free from the womb, is it really a Cannibal Corpse album cover?


KATAKLYSM - In the Arms of Devastation

By Korgüll the Destroyer - Metal for Supper - The Afternoon Edition - 02/21/2006


THE SWORD - Age Of Winters

By Johnny Suck - Turn Down the Suck - 02/14/2006


SEPULTURA - Live in Sao Paulo

By Kyle O'Blivion - Into the Coven - 11/08/2005


SUPERVILLAIN - Earthquake Machine

By Zombieboy - The Almighty Riff - 05/01/2005


GLENN HUGHES - Soul Mover

By Zombieboy - The Almighty Riff - 03/15/2005


GZR - Ohmywork

By Korgüll The Destroyer - Metal for Supper - The Afternoon Edition - 05/10/2005

If you are looking for a band that recaptures -- or simply mimics -- the glory days of Black Sabbath, don’t bother with GZR. One might be inclined to expect that founding member and Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler’s project to be a rehash of times past, but this album is actually quite modern.


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