Tag: Reinvention

Opeth – Heritage

It’s been a long time coming for the follow-up to 2008’s Watershed.  Heritage is quite the change of pace from anything that the band has ever done.  Gone for now are all traces of growling which would make you think it’s going to be just like Damnation, but that couldn’t be further from correct.  With …

Cold – Superfiction

The hardest part of writing album or a show review is trying not to be completely biased towards the bands that you love or against the ones you hate.  So after over a year of delays and a working title change from Epic to Superfiction, I was both nervous and excited to finally hear it …

ROBERT PLANT Releases DVD In-depth Documentary

Robert Plant’s journey through the territories that have most acutely informed and inspired his music is perhaps one of the most multi-faceted of any artist from his generation. In a remarkable career that has spanned five decades, Plant has travelled from gold-maned god of hard rock to balladeering country troubadour, a process of reinvention guided …

WOODS OF YPRES To Embark on North American Tour

The Canadian blackened doom merchants, WOODS OF YPRES have lined up a North American tour in support of the EARACHE reissue of the their acclaimed 2009 effort, WOODS IV: THE GREEN ALBUM. This will be WOODS OF YPRES‘ first full-on tour since mainman David Gold got back from a teaching stint in Kuwait. Back on …

Mortification — The Evil Addiction Destroying Machine

Reinvention is a word that comes to mind when listening to seminal Christian metal band MORTIFICATION. The Australians have been churning out great death/thrash/groove/punk metal music with a “positive message” since 1990, but they never seem to stick with the same musical formula or vocal stylings from album to album. MORTIFICATION came along and took …

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