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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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Signs Of The Swarm // Vital Deprivation // Album Review

Slamming Deathcore doesn’t quite feel like it describes quite how aggressively brutal Sign Of The Swarm is, strap yourself in and get an appointment booked for an ambulance to pick you up for after you have bee...
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Necrotted // Die For Something Worthwhile // EP review

Formed in 2008 in Abtsgmünd, Baden-Württemberg, Germany, Necrotted released their initial EP in 2010 which was followed by 3 full length albums, the most recent of which was the 2017 release Worldwide Warfare. ...
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Car Bomb // Mordial // Album Review

One of the hardest working bands in the business, Car Bomb bring their unique and complex talents to the world again in new recorded music, that will bend the mind and shatter all preconceived ideas of what is ...
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The Kris Barras Band // Light It Up // Album Review

Kris Barras Band is certainly a band who are catching the ear as displayed by the fact that since the release of The Divine and Dirty in 2018 they sold 75 tickets for the album launch and returned to play to 50...
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Stillbirth – Back To The Stoned Age – Album Review

The German monstrosity that is Stillbirth has re-recorded a selection of tracks and thrown them together to create this 13 track Grind, Slam, Brutal Death Metal atrocity that will blast you to pieces as you wai...
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Entombed A.D – Bowles of Earth – Album Review

Created by former Entombed band members LG Petrov (vocals), Victor Brandt (bass), Nico Elgstrand (guitar) and Olle Dahlstedt (drums), whilst carrying a version of the bands name, the evolution of the group has ...
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Carnifex – World War X – Album Review

Strap yourself and get ready for a whirlwind of a Death Metal album that tears into the corners of the genre and blends it all together, creating what can only be described as a punishing collection of brutalit...
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Thy Art Is Murder – Human Target – Album Review

This Australian colossus that has provided 4 previous unrelenting, brutal and utterly destructive albums are back, with their fifth outing now welcoming Jesse Beahler (Rings of Saturn and Jungle Rot) behind the...
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Disowning – Human Cattle – Album Review

Following the 2018 EP release Battle of Neverness, Disowning now bring their debut full-length release Human Cattle to the world as they continue on their punishing Death Metal journey, making some serious wave...