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In our May Premature Evaluation of Deafheaven's Sunbather, I compared the album to Agalloch's 2010 LP, Marrow Of The Spirit. In my opinion, Marrow is the best metal album of the millennium (so far),…   Read Story »
We've written about the new Inquisition record a bitalready, and their last single was powerful enough to secure a #2 slot in September's Black Market. Hell, even the album trailer was mindblowing --…   Read Story »
Last night, Black Market bro Doug Moore and I -- and about 800 other people -- squeezed into the 500-capacity Gramercy Theatre to see Carcass. It was the second-to-last show of the UK band's…   Read Story »
In August's Black Market, I spent a couple paragraphs breathlessly gushing about Inquisition's forthcoming LP, Obscure Verses For The Multiverse, which is, in my opinion, pretty obviously one of the…   Read Story »
At the beginning of August, I drove eight or so hours -- solo -- from my home in Brooklyn to Toronto, Ontario to see At The Gates: a Swedish death metal band whose most recent LP, the all-time…   Read Story »
Clich├ęs be damned -- this really was a good year for metal. I had a harder time organizing a Top 10 in 2010 than ever before. Ditto the Top 20. It was such a good year that I went overboard and…   Read Story »
In this installment I intentionally paired two longstanding bands who've shifted their approach/sound significantly during the course of their careers, not always to their fans' approval. Katatonia…   Read Story »