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Trollfest – Kaptein Kaos – Review

If you missed my ranting a couple of years ago on one of the most fun bands this side of the metal spectrum, allow me to re-iterate: Trollfest are still one of the most fun bands this side of the metal spectrum. A merry band of heavy drinking Norwegians channeling their inner trolls and speaking [...]

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Human Infection – Curvatures In Time – Review

Something rotten is brewing in Roanoke, Virginia … a festering parasitic stain on the face of music. It’s growing…a seething, pulsating growth edging closer and closer to bursting and causing an international pandemic…Enter Human Infection and their latest LP Curvatures In Time. This is the American Death Metalers second full length effort, a follow up [...]

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Alaya – Thrones – Review

The month of March may well be amongst the most important this year for the blossoming djent genre, being blessed with two new hopefuls with their eyes set on the future. If you missed my exposé on Intervals over at Media Snobs, fear not because the best is yet to come. The album I’ve been [...]

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Lacuna Coil – Broken Crown Halo – Review

Hello there, boys and girls. I am going to tell you about a dark and merciless land that is called the mainstream metal music. It is a land ruled by rich bands that are backed by big record labels, who are blind to any and all crappiness that these bands decide to unleash upon the [...]

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Ranger – Skull Shock – Review

First off, something I regret not doing, is getting around to reviewing this bands previous EP, Knights Of Darkness. Why? Because, it ruled … and ruled hard. For anyone that has followed this site for any length of time knows that I’m a fiend for anything thrash metal. I was a huge fan of the [...]


 
 

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Trollfest – Kaptein Kaos – Review

Posted  April 9, 2014  by  Thomas Bawden

If you missed my ranting a couple of years ago on one of the most fun bands this side of the metal spectrum, allow me to re-iterate: Trollfest are still one of the most fun bands this side of the metal spectrum. A merry band of heavy drinking Norwegians channeling their inner trolls and speaking [...]

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Human Infection – Curvatures In Time – Review

Posted  April 7, 2014  by  AK-47

Something rotten is brewing in Roanoke, Virginia … a festering parasitic stain on the face of music. It’s growing…a seething, pulsating growth edging closer and closer to bursting and causing an international pandemic…Enter Human Infection and their latest LP Curvatures In Time. This is the American Death Metalers second full length effort, a follow up [...]

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Alaya – Thrones – Review

Posted  March 31, 2014  by  Thomas Bawden

The month of March may well be amongst the most important this year for the blossoming djent genre, being blessed with two new hopefuls with their eyes set on the future. If you missed my exposé on Intervals over at Media Snobs, fear not because the best is yet to come. The album I’ve been [...]

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Lacuna Coil – Broken Crown Halo – Review

Posted  March 30, 2014  by  Shrivatsan Ragavan

Hello there, boys and girls. I am going to tell you about a dark and merciless land that is called the mainstream metal music. It is a land ruled by rich bands that are backed by big record labels, who are blind to any and all crappiness that these bands decide to unleash upon the [...]

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Ranger – Skull Shock – Review

Posted  March 27, 2014  by  Paul Ferritto [Fritz]

First off, something I regret not doing, is getting around to reviewing this bands previous EP, Knights Of Darkness. Why? Because, it ruled … and ruled hard. For anyone that has followed this site for any length of time knows that I’m a fiend for anything thrash metal. I was a huge fan of the [...]

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