Therion – Live Gothic – Review

June 1, 2008

This band’s been around for two decades and any metal fan who doesn’t have a CD or two in their collection ought to seriously consider their next breath.

Therion – Lemuria – Review

October 4, 2004

With all sorts of hugely symphonic and choir-blessed folk/prog passages, and plainly chugging metal bits, Sirius B/Lemuria holds one’s attention throughout.

Therion – Live in Midgard – Review

July 2, 2003

A double live CD to celebrate their 15-year anniversary, evolving from traditional death metal to an original mix of power metal and operatic screeching.

A Tribute to The Beast – Review

August 2, 2002

Covering Iron Maiden is tricky. Two decades of shitty metal bands have paved the way for this thing all the way up my ass. But that’s not always the case here.

Beauty in Darkness – Vol. 5 – Review

February 22, 2002

18 songs, 78 minutes, there’s creepy, brutal, eerie, sexy, and every combination you can imagine, and plenty you can’t until you hear these dark masters.

A Tribute to The Scorpions – Review

June 4, 2001

Love at First Sting brought guitarists to their knees, something it’s time for again with all the half-assed heroes with more facial piercings than chops.

Call on the Dark – 2 – Review

April 1, 1999

While I prefer NB’s Beauty in Darkness2 and CM’s FireStarter to this, fans of dancier and/or less metal-tinged darkness will simply die for Call on the Dark2.

Therion – Theli – Review

May 1, 1997

For those who revel in a “heavy metal”-ish sounding guitar used alongside choirs, a lonely piano, and a full-on orchestra, here’s a real treat for you.