Category: Music Reviews

Diabolic Force: Praise of Satan (2018) – By Baron Craze

The extreme metal genre appeared back in the 1980s, with the subgenre containing Death, grindcore and rising influence of Black Metal which would combine both Death and Thrash into the mix, however, for this review, we focus on Death and Thrash, from, Diabolic Force. A three-piece band hailing from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, unleashing their…


Serial Vice: Nightmares Come True (2017) – By Baron Craze

Serial Vice’s “Nightmares Come True” came out on August 25, 2017 released on Sliptrick Records via CD and digital,  from a true Heavy Metal band hailing from southern Italy, although their album contains a few tracks that borderline into melodic rock footing it still achieves the traditional creativity of music excellence. The band’s logo and…


Aeren: Breakthru (2018) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Aeren, is an Italian band, simply able to describe their music as alternative rock, which is still as confusing of a topic and hard to define for many listeners. I often get quite a bit of music sent to me for airplay on of my seven radio shows or for honest reviews, this falls into…


Depraved: Raped Innocence (2020) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Sometimes it’s dangerous for a band for change their musical style but if one makes a careful decision it can lead to something credible avenues of exploration which is exactly what Depraved did, however with a name like theirs, there really aren’t many options available. They originally formed as a severe brutal death metal and…


Samael – Ceremony of Opposites (1994) Retro Music Review – By Baron Craze

A sense of history with metal’s ancient lore back in February 28th, 1994, a Swiss group of young musicians with impressive talents waited their music to praise Baphomet; hence Samael born. Samael, early on caught the attention of Century Media Records, with their second record for them (third overall) launched a seriously wicked album, entitled…


Legion of the Damned – Slaves of the Shadow Realm (2019) Music Review – By Baron Craze

When it comes the many subgenres of metal, some obviously seem to work together, and others well that’s a different article, and hence it brings us to Legion Of The Damned, which combines both thrash and death that is actually a common occurrence, that doesn’t’ mean it’s something one should overlook, far from that notion,…


Putrid Coffin – Under the Cemetery(2019) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Putrid Coffin was a new band coming out of the Chilean old school death, thrash metal scene that had their debut in 2016 originally released “Under the Cemetery” independently which featured seven tracks of speed infused madness, that achieved a reissue in 2019 from Australis Records on February 10. In March, they released Desecrated Tombs…


Metalwings: For All Beyond (2018) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Metalwings, a Bulgarian band founded in 2010, delivers symphonic metal with folk music touches, all aided by Stela Atanasova’s classically trained voice and viola player. For those unaware, the band returns with this their first full length album carrying on the Nightwish influential musical blend, complete with operatic vocals from both sexes and ranges, that works…


Salems Lott: Mask of Morality (2018) Music Review – By Baron Craze

Hailing from the Hollywood, Salems Lott, a band that fully embraces the shock rock (metal) that was made famous by the legendary Alice Cooper; however they deliver nothing glam, rather metal, with thrashing moments on Mask Of Morality, which was released on April 6th of 2018 on their independent label Red Moon Records. Their previous…


Alice Cooper: Trash (1989) Retro Music Review – By Baron Craze

I think it’s a safe bet to state, everyone who is a fan of metal music and horror flicks, knows about and who Alice Cooper is once deemed the ‘Shock King’ in the 70s, who influenced so many in multiple disciplines of arts from other musicians to filmmakers and artists in general. After all, the…