Today the dark lords of metal bestow their unholy gifts upon us, for this day marks the birth of a new Triptykon album, and we, the unworthy masses, may now bask in its uncompromising greatness. In other words, holy shit, is it too early to declare an album of the
Fans of traditional doom metal rejoice, for Sweden, the land of Candlemass, has put forth a new doom metal band worthy of note. I speak of the band Below and their full-length debut, “Across the Dark River.” Listening to the album’s opening track, “Trapped Under Ground”, it is not surprising
A little over a year after the release of their last album, South Korea’s Harry Big Button is back with a new EP called “Perfect Storm.” I have had the pleasure of reviewing the band’s previous two releases, so I was excited to get an email from main-man Sungsoo Lee
Have you ever wondered what it might sound like if Alice in Chains played doom metal with a splash of progressive black metal? Me neither, but then I came across Italian band Shores of Null and their first album, “Quiescence.” Most weeks on Monday night I will pull up a

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GeorgeI started this Metal Journey some 30-odd years ago. I discovered metal music as a teen, and I quickly became hooked on it, and all the various styles it has morphed into, and have been obsessing over it with OCD-like intensity ever since. 

My first review site came along in the early 2000s as an inspired scheme to score free music. That was HeavyMetalReviews.com. After a few half-hearted years I decided to take things more seriously and changed to RockMusicCritic.com. That brought in a decidedly less-than-metal crowd. So after awhile I shed that skin and took my true metal form as the Metal Disciple. My only true religion is that of the mighty metal, may it forever reign. \m/ - George