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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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Memoriam – Requiem For Mankind – Album Review

This is the third album in as many years from the Birmingham based Death merchants and it does not disappoint. It’s not easy to put out music every year but these guys have managed to do it masterfully with eac...
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The Damned Things – High Crimes – Album Review

Ok, where to start with these guys, they don’t want to be known as a "Supergroup” but that is exactly what they are, consisting of members of Fall Out Boy, Anthrax, Every Time I Die and Alkaline Trio. why have...
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Possessed – Revelations of Oblivion – Album Review

The founders of Death Metal have returned to remind the world where it all began, this isn’t an Old School album, this is a return of the original Death Metal band and is about to educate a few who have not bee...
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Fallujah – Undying Light – Album Review

The fourth album from San Fran outfit Fallujah is an interesting one to say the least, typically technical/prog death metal but with added twists namely in new singer Antonio Palermo. His higher pitched range a...
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Children Of Bodom – Hexed – Album Review

Children of Bodom went back into the studio 3 years after their last release in 2015 to record their tenth studio album Hexed. It is the first album to feature guitarist Daniel Freyberg since he joined the band...
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Aenimus – Dreamcatcher – Album Review

This is a peculiar beast but a beast none the less. It is not very often you that you come across a band as technically sounding while sounding somewhat disjointed, don’t take this as a bad thing as it is far f...
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In Flames – ‘I, The Mask’ – Album Review

Fans clamouring for melo-death giants In Flames to return to the groundbreaking and hugely influential sound of their earliest material will likely remain ambivalent to their thirteenth full length, ‘I, The Mas...