Jeremy Ulrey's Posts
When your ace in the hole happens to be Dopethrone, an influential monolith of omnipresent scope canvassing the firmament of modern…
The Devil's Cradle is an essential – the essential – document of Finnish black metal
Remember the Story isn't that flashy of a comeback vehicle, granted, but it does represent a compelling consistency that hasn't always been the hallmark of previous Fireball records.
2013's Satyricon presented a minor comeback in the sense of greater immediacy and consistency in songcraft, but four years later Deep Calleth Upon Deep takes that sure-handedness and accumulated proficiency to another level.
Wolves in the Throne Room have had their fair share of both admirers and detractors, with many in the metal community…
Chamber of Horrors is definitely a milestone step up for a doom band on the rise
Mutilated and Assimilated is the band's second album since their 2012 reunion, and it improves upon 2013's Omen of Disease not through reinvention but wholly in terms of quality material
Vengeful Ascension is a refinement rather than a retooling of the Goatwhore sound… there's nothing here we haven't heard out of these guys before, but the album shows a lot more versatility than the characterless, pedal-to-the-floor blur that has characterized large chunks of their last several albums.