Posts Tagged ‘Will ‘Bones’ Lee’

Grafvitnir – Necrosophia

With this latest release from Grafvitnir from Sweden, who are completely new to me. (they do have 2 full lengths and a demo previous to this ) I went into this review with no expectations or preformed bias ( well maybe a tad ). I was indirectly aware of the group because of the connection […]

Cirith Gorgor – Visions of Exalted Lucifer

Metal and perseverity go hand in hand, I feel many is a band that you can mention that work and toil away in the trenches with little or no recognition, or get a following for work ethic, etc and Cirith Gorgor can fall in to the this category. I’ve been familiar with them since the […]

Ripping Death – Tales of the Ripper EP

It seems as of late, that be it fate or just coincidence, I seem be listening to quite a few EP’s and with this, Tales of the Ripper the new demo from Ripping Death, adds to my words of wisdom here at Teeth of the Divine. Ripping Death, consists of members from Italy and Spain, […]

Dawn of Chaos – The Need to Feed

The latest from the England’s Dawn of Chaos struck me at moment when I was thinking of the days of me playing, creating and drawing characters from the role playing game Warhammer and the whole Realm of Chaos scenario. I saw the band name, the artwork (I love their logo) and I got thinking “Uhhmm, […]

Invocation Spells – Descendent the Black Throne

It seems lately for me that I have been listening to a lot of EP’s.or albums with a shorter run time. With life’s hectic schedule, art deadlines and such, I don’t have a lot of time and albums that are short and to the point, get the job done when life doesn’t allow for sitting […]

Necrocosm – Damnation Doctrine

Necrocrosm is a curious one for me. When I saw the promo sheet and read the bio and saw the artwork, both got me interested in them and I decided to give them a listen. I was impressed on the onset with the sound, in which you can hear all members and even the bass […]

Hellish – Theurgist’s Spell EP

What we got here is the latest release from Chile’s Hellish and one thing you got to give them props or (most) bands for that matter from South America in general that they play this style of retro thrash, is they have that honesty in their approach and just seem to get things right in […]

Cemetery Lust – Screams of the Violated (Reissue)

In a previous review that I did for the recent Lux Ferre release (I will wait a minute, while you go read that review) I mentioned when listening to metal, for the most part, I look for that energy, the aggression, something that will get the head banging and just make me put the pedal to […]

Tsjuder – Antiliv

Tsjuder is back with their brand of uncompromising black metal, their 2nd release since returning from a brief hiatus and they continue to keep the pace and to rise within the ranks of the black metal elite with this release. Tsjuder started out slowly for me, the 1st release I heard from them being Kill For Satan, […]

Mord’A’Stigmata – Our Hearts Slow Down EP

I first came across Poland’s Mord’A’Stigmata with the 2011 release AntiMatter and I was intrigued with their take on black metal which contained avant-garde elements and slight progressive influences to bring forth a different form of darkness and with current members also in Arkona and Preludium, I knew there is a history behind them. I […]

Tyranny – Aeons in Tectonic Interment

‘Oppressive’, that’s what comes to mind when listening to this. The Encarta dictionary defines this word as; “Exerting a worrying, troubling or burdensome pressure on somebody,” and with this, the latest release from Finland’s Tyranny, it does exactly that, the sense of foreboding in the mind, the weight on a individual, it brings them down […]

Lux Ferre – Excaecatio Lux Veritatis

Sometimes when I go to listen to my favorite music, I look for what is going to make me move, to make me jump up and down or to latch onto the aggression, the primal energy put forth by the raw power bursting forth from the speakers. Other times tho, it’s good to step back […]

Salems Lott – Salems Lott EP

In continuing with my presenting different horizons to you, our loyal readers, I present to you Salem’s Lott. At first glance if you see the pictures of the band you may be….”WTF?!?….but if you went just off the music alone without seeing them you may say…okay…not too bad. So with that being said, remember these […]

Throaat – Black Speed EP

I love NY and Brooklyn. I’ve been there twice in the past 6 months and its great and I’m itching to go back, so im a little bummed that I may have missed or will miss a opportunity to check out one of Brooklyn’s finest, Throaat. A band that goes for the their namesake in […]

Angakok – Angakok

Belgium’s  Angakok play a depressive doom/sludge metal that is not long or drawn out like some doom bands (not a bad thing by any means) but is short and loaded with a sort of creepy atmosphere. I say creepy because within some songs and a few instrumentals there is spoken word parts as if heard […]

Bone Gnawer – Cannibal Crematorium

Okay this is both cool and a  bit of a head scratcher, first the cool part. I know there are many of you out there that may miss Massacre both in the 90’s version and the recently aborted reformation of the selfsame band and if you are part of this fan base, you are in […]

Palinopsia – Murmurs From the Well Nothing More EP

Palinopsia are unsigned band from US,  Vermont specifically,  and they bring their take of doom to the metal table with this EP release. They describe their music has blackened doom sludge and that is exactly what you are getting. The black primarily in the vocals with some death vocals scattered thru the songs and the […]

Overkill – White Devil Armory

AAaahh Overkill, to me they are the foundation of all my thrash dreams, hopes and wants. They started for me with their 2nd album Taking Over and I was hooked, the music, the anger, the dark humor and just the overall sonics that they sent to through my speakers. I say sonics because when I […]

Sanctuary – The Year the Sun Died

 Okay this album is definitely going to be a grower, but that’s not a bad thing mind you, it’s just at times expectations can be a mindf**k. You anticipate, you dream and dwell on that one moment of what you envision or what you dream about forever ( in this case Sanctuary reforming ) and […]