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Lorna Shore // Immortal // Album Review

Lorna Shore has returned with a different line up for the release of their third album and they have taken a new approach to the recording process, whilst remaining true to their roots in musical influences as ...
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Ragnarok // Non Debellicata // Album Review

Ragnarok has been at the front of the pack of Norwegian Black metal for over 20 years now and has always backed up their ferocious album recording with amazing live shows that have continued to push this specia...
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Despised Icon // Purgatory // Album Review

Hold on to your hats folks, you are in for one hell of a ride with this latest release from this brutal Canadian group as they bring us their 6th full-length album and are planning on smashing down anything in ...
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Lionheart // Valley Of Death // Album Review

It feels only right and fair to declare that I pre-ordered this the vinyl of Valley Of Death as soon as it was announced, and have the back catalogue on regular repeat and most of the albums in my vinyl collect...
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Motörhead // 1979 // Album Review

1979 is the start of a new program thought up by BMG and Motörhead, designed to cover from the ’70s to most recent times, and include the 40th-anniversary editions of the albums Overkill and Bomber along with u...
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Jinjer // Macro // Album Review

Having reviewed and been very impressed with the January release of EP Micro, I jumped at the chance to review the latest release by the Ukrainians as I rated the EP so highly and enjoy to see the progression o...
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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...