Epic, underground metal has been a staple in America for years, and
in the past labels like
provided fans with several great bands.
Nowadays labels like
are the ones responsible
for giving bands like this the outlet they need, and in Sinister
Realm we have a fine example of underground American metal.
While doom is the base here, this is not ponderous,
first-album-Sabbath doom, but rather a more contemporary epic/doom
much like the stuff the old classic DC Hellhound
bands did back in the nineties.
This is a solid album through and through, with the standout track
being "The Nihilist", due to a more uptempo riff and a strong chorus.
Good stuff here, and again kudos to Shadow Kingdom for releasing this.
(Crowned In Earth, Pale Divine)
Chronicles Of Chaos
Lords Of Metal
- (The Oracle) Into the Depths of Hell
- Machine God
- The Demon Seed
- Message from Beyond
- March of the Damned
- The Nihilist
- Mongol Horde
- Enter the Sinister Realm
- The Circle is Broken
- Alex Kristof
- Keith Patrick
- John Kantner
- John Gaffney
- Darin McCloskey
The Crystal Eye
Reviews: Angry Metal Guy
- Winds of Vengeance
- The Shroud of Misery
- With Swords Held High
- The Crystal Eye
- At the Hands of the Tormentor
- Signal the Earth
- Battle for the Sinister Realm
- The Tower is Burning