Lock Up’s death-grind tornado – News

June 2, 2011

Lock Up have uploaded the track “Life Of Devastation” to their MySpace page for streaming. The song comes from their forthcoming album Necropolis Transparent.

Hypocrisy – Virus – Review

November 11, 2005

Peter’s back churning his mechanized doom at a verbosity of velocities, but the main different in the terrible tale is that Immortal’s Horgh is on as drummer.

Hypocrisy – The Arrival – Review

June 14, 2004

Tried-and-true yet shrieky and fatiguing screechy production, a re-use of alien themes, that caustic caw, and those almost doomy tower of power chords.

Hypocrisy – Catch 22 – Review

June 28, 2002

A pretty conventional Hypocrisy album featuring huge, stressful guitar sounds, trebly snare and cymbals, and vocals pickled in a sea of electric currents.

Hypocrisy – Review

January 1, 2000

The band began in ’87, and while they’ve only kicked out a few records, each has been beautiful and brutal, and every side project has been top-notch.

Hypocrisy – Abducted – Review

April 1, 1996

The death roots intact, but exploring Pink Floydian tangents. Surprising are the fist bang anthems, twisted beyond pop only by Peter Tastgren’s gnarled growl.

UHF/VHF – Review

November 1, 1995

Disc one has 16 noise/ambient/experimental tracks, disc two has 21 of the most insanely heavy songs you’ll ever hear. Many are teasers to new records.