Cormorant- Dwellings

With a style that blends numerous genres, and lyrics loaded with bold narratives, Cormorant’s Dwellings reads like a modern metal storybook. WATCH THE REVIEW

With a style that blends numerous genres, and lyrics loaded with bold narratives, Cormorant’s Dwellings reads like a modern metal storybook.

WATCH THE REVIEW

  • Anonymous

    I’ve been watching all of your reviews. Love the dedication you have when reviewing new music. It’s entertaining, interesting, insightful, all of it. You’re hard work & dedication does not go unnoticed. Much respect.

    Keenan Casanova
    http://www.kcasanova.com

  • Gestu

    How long are you going to keep On Avery Island in the background eh?

  • Alandryl

    Hey Mr. Fantano! Gotta recommendation for you, although it came out earlier this year rather than just recently (would still be cool to see you review it, though). It’s an album called “House of Stone” by an artist called SORNE. Since it hasn’t gotten so much exposure i thought i’d spread the word, especially since it’s one of my favourite releases this year. Can be downloaded from his bandcamp at any price that one is willing to pay: http://sorne.bandcamp.com/album/house-of-stone

    Also, respect for your work and dedication to music.

  • DoomVM

    If you are in a metallish mood, Antediluvian’s Through the Cervix of Hawwah is my metal album of the year and I THINK would suit you taste in death metal perfectly Anthony. Great site as always, I find so much good music here!

  • Kevin Naquin

    YES, You should really review SORNE “House of Stone” most original album in years, created by nothing but found objects, homemade instruments and the voice, also tells the story of five dead children. Continue your great work sir.

  • metalhead

    I loved this album