Album Review: Martyr Art – FearFaith Machines (ZineScene Records)

Channeling a futuristic approach into his music, Joe Gagliardi III – AKA Martyr Art – demonstrates his self-dubbed ‘digital metal’ on fifth album FearFaith Machines. It is available digitally now but a physical copy will be out on November 22nd 2018.

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Album Review: Dark Ocean Society – Hymns for the Last Man (Self Released)

Dark Ocean Society is a progressive metal solo project with some doom, sludge and post-metal influences by multi-talented artist, Chris Tedor. His fourth album under the Dark Ocean Society banner is called ‘Hymns for the Last Man” and is out on October 19th 2018 for pay what you want on Bandcamp.

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Game Review: SOMA (Xbox One)

“Soma is an underrated Sci-Fi masterpiece.”

Soma is a science fiction survival horror-adventure game that was developed & published by Frictional Games. The game takes place in an underwater research facility known as PATHOS-II. Unexpectedly, the crew of PATHOS-II became the last people to exist on Earth after a comet impact caused a major extinction event. There, the last humans survive on a day-to-day basis, attempting to fight the negative effects of their collective isolation. During this period, the machines in PATHOS-II begin to develop human characteristics and a consciousness.

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Horror Movie Review: Upgrade (2018)

Upgrade is set in the near, technologically advanced future. It focuses on Grey Trace, a self-proclaimed technophobe. One day, his entire world is turned upside down when he is left paraplegic after a horrific mugging. Not only that but he was forced to watch his wife bleed out & die before his eyes. Contemplating suicide, Grey is given a lifeline in the form of an experimental computer chip implant called STEM.

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Horror Movie Review: Tremors 3: Back to Perfection (2001)

After two good films in the franchise, they just couldn’t leave it alone. Tremors 3: Back to Perfection is a disappointing and unnecessary entry. However, it’s not without some of the classic charm thanks to a returning cast. I mean, it’s called Back to Perfection after all.

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