Music Reviews

Terrifier – Weapons of Thrash Destruction

Vancouver BC’s, Terrifier marked 2011 with their thrash debut Destroyers of the Faith. They may have borrowed a few words from Priest but they adapted their sound according to the rules and ramming speed pits of early West Coast thrash. They’ve sounded their war cry grabbing handfuls straight from the white hot molten furnace, hurling  fistfuls of liquid metal lava to any and all non-believers and...[Read More]

The Show Must Go On: I Died Trying Returns

Saturday, July 8, I Died Trying returned after a four year hiatus with a one man show performed by multi-instrumentalist Tony Goff who played two 45-minute sets at the Actors Theatre in Fairborn. It was a rare sit down affair but the experience everyone shared that night was one for the ages. The performance in scope and delivery went far beyond a rock show as Goff sweated out multiple built up em...[Read More]

The Sun Shines on Cave of Swimmers

Vials of Wrath- Days Without Names

For those who still appreciate classic music mediums and own working tape players, boom-boxes or Walkman’s, Fragile Branch Recordings will release Days Without Names from the one-man operation Vials Of Wrath on deluxe cassette as a limited edition 100 run for an unofficial June release. Originally released in 2015, all vocals, guitars, bass and synth were done by Dempsey “DC” Mills with gues...[Read More]

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