Album Review

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Bonded // Rest In Violence // Album Review

Formed in 2018 by ex Sodom members Bernd Kost and Markus Freiwald they have put together a band that is hard-hitting full-on Thrash Metal and their upcoming debut Rest In Violence is an absolute beauty. Ten tr...
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Magnum // The Serpent Rings // Album Review

A new Magnum LP is always a joy to behold and this one is no exception to that rule. With a newly revived band, Messrs Catley and Clarkin have really gone to town with this on the production and have ...
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Elder Druid // Golgotha // Album Review

Formed in 2015 in Ballymena, Northern Ireland, Elder Druid are a five-piece Doom/Sludge band that formed when the fans of bands such as Black Sabbath, Electric Wizard and Kyuss got together and decided to put t...
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Wormhole // The Weakest Among Us // Album Review

Having formed in Baltimore, Maryland in 2015, Wormhole has taken two sub-genres of Death Metal in the form of Slam and Tech Death and forged them into a supergenre that not only intrigues but also impresses mas...
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Victorius // Space Ninjas From Hell // Album Review

Victorius ​are back with some more epic storytelling and power metal. It's been a few years since the band have released a full album however they did release an EP over a year ago to keep our interest ...
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Svarttjern // Shame Is Just A Word // Album Review

Entering their 17th year, Svarttjern began as a two-piece by brothers HansFyrste and Haan before deciding to add to the band to allow for the band to play live shows and push the boundaries of what can be creat...
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Mark Morton // Ether // EP Review

Swiftly following up the incredible debut solo album Anesthetic, Mark Morton now bring us an additional 5 tracks by way of an EP that is made up by a combination of three original tracks and two covers with all...
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DeWolff // Tascam Tapes // Album Review

Dutch Trio DeWolff are back with a beauty of a recording in the form of Tascam Tapes, now this is not your usual pristine, overproduced monster born out of a multi-million-dollar studio. Instead, the trio took ...
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Apocalyptica // Cell-O // Album review

Forming in 1993 in Helsinki as an instrumental band, Apocalyptica has never stopped evolving and pushing boundaries of modern heavy music. Now they return with their 9th studio album and has wandered into the v...
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Oceans // The Sun And The Cold // Album Review

With the amazing run of albums we had over 2019, it’s finally time to look towards 2020 and the releases to start off this new decade. The first of those for me is the upcoming album from German Death Metal 4-p...
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Meg & Dia // “December, Darling” // Album Review

If you're looking for a little Christmas cheer in your music this year but aren't prepared for the usual Bublé songs then ​Meg & Dia​ have you covered. The rocking twosome has decided to release a C...