Boss Keloid – Family The Smiling Thrush Review

Do you ever get frustrated at yourself for not enjoying something? Especially if that thing has all the markings of something you should like? Like say you finally watch that movie all your friends have been recommending and it does nothing for you. Or maybe that TV show that, despite being mentioned in the same … Continue reading Boss Keloid – Family The Smiling Thrush Review

Epiphanic Truth Dark Triad: Bitter Psalms To A Sordid Species Review

My first full-length review in a while, I wanted to come back with a bang. So here it is, after having the promo for Epiphanic Truth’s debut album for quite some time, I can comfortably say that this album is tied for my favorite of this first part of 2021 (the other being The Armed’s … Continue reading Epiphanic Truth Dark Triad: Bitter Psalms To A Sordid Species Review

Single Premiere: “Constable” by Conduit

Today is a day of firsts! Not only is this Burnt Coffee Reviews' first premiere, but this single also comes to us from Sleeping Village Records' first entry in a series of 2-track split releases. Here at Burnt Coffee Inc. we are happy to serve up the second track from that split: "Constable" by Conduit. … Continue reading Single Premiere: “Constable” by Conduit

The Espresso: Waxing Crescent

The Espresso: a quick review of Waxing Crescent's new single "Theogony" Ok I'll admit, I'm pretty late on this one. I think another *waxing crescent* phase passed between when I was supposed to post this review and now. If you weren't already clued in by the review title or that bad joke, this latest … Continue reading The Espresso: Waxing Crescent

Egor Lappo – Make the Sun Shine More EP Review

If you've been following us since we first established Burnt Coffee Inc. about a year ago, you may already be familiar with the name Egor Lappo. The man's release schedule is incredibly consistent. His debut album Way Without Light came out in July 2018, followed by his second album Azimuth (which we reviewed) in August … Continue reading Egor Lappo – Make the Sun Shine More EP Review

Elder – Omens Review

Elder are among the pantheon of stoner/doom bands such as Khemmis, Pallbearer, YOB, and Spirit Adrift who've achieved critical acclaim and risen above and beyond the ranks of their subgenre ilk. Where Elder separate themselves further, however, is the loosening of their stoner/doom ties on their latest album Omens. Elder have always been the proggiest … Continue reading Elder – Omens Review