Album Review

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Mayhem // Daemon // Album Review

Prepare yourself, Mayhem are back! The band that is no strangers to the controversy have returned with their sixth full-length release and the follow up to 2014 Esoteric Warfare. Originally founded in 1984 in ...
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Pride and Glory // Pride and Glory // Album Review

Sandwiched between joining Ozzy Osbourne’s band,aged 19 as lead guitarist and co-writer for nearly 20 years and releasing his first solo album Book of Shadows in 1996, Zakk Wylde released the incredible album P...
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The Magpie Salute // High Water II // Album Review

The sublime Magpie Salute return with High Water II, the follow up to 2018’s High Water I and in a similar fashion the guys have knocked out and truly beautiful recording. Right from the off you are fully immer...
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Jimmy Eat World // Surviving // Album Review

Jimmy eat World are back! With studio album No.10 no less and it’s an absolute beauty! Surviving sees the Arizona band at their absolute best with a collection of highly addictive and engaging recordings. Right...
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Deez Nuts // You Got Me Fucked Up // Album Review

According to Deez Nuts, You Got Me Fucked Up is the most important album in their discography since Stay True and has taken a different approach to this album. Having put the phrase “if you don’t evolve, you di...
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Alter Bridge // Walk The Sky // Album Review

Since 2004, Alter Bridge have been rocketing their way to the top of Heavy Rock and now Walk The Sky is here to continue the incredible trajectory. The incredible 4 piece have been selling records at an incred...
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Necronomicon // UNUS // Album Review

Formed back in 1988 in Fjord of Saguenay, Quebec, Canada, Necronomicon has enjoyed a long and fruitful 31year career and not planning on this finishing any time soon.UNUS is the follow up to the  2016 release A...
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1349 // The Infernal Pathway // Album Review

In 1997 rising like a dark phoenix of Alvheim and releasing their incredible debut Liberation in 2003, 1349 gained a huge reputation for their take on Black Metal and with the follow up of Beyond The Apocalypse...
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Screamer // Highway of Heroes // Album Review

This just screams, no pun intended, album of the year material. From the intro to the last notes of “Caught in Lies” it just rocks big time. It’s feels like a time warp and you’ve been transported back to the ...
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Epica // Design Your Universe // Album Review

If you were to search the internet for Symphonic Metal, Epica would be top of the list for perfect examples of how this genre should sound and as the band decide to take a step back from the world, it is time t...