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Music Review | Children of Bodom’s Halo of Blood

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They finally got it right. Finally. It’s been a long time since there’s been much excitement regarding the release of a new Children of Bodom record; a band largely pegged as the Metallica of melodic death metal. That is, a band that made a profound impact with their early albums, but divided the metal community following later releases in a ... Read More »

Music Review | Ghost’s Infestissumam is Upon Us!

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Talk about a band making splash waves and taking the metal world by storm! Indeed, there has been much attention surrounding the unnamed Swedish metallers following the release of their 2010 full length debut, Opus Eponymous,which blended satanic metal themes with psychedelic rock to incredibly positive results. Their means of concealing their identities by wearing cloaks and calling themselves “nameless ... Read More »

Music Review | Amorphis’ Circle

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t’s hard to think of a heavy metal band that has explored as many genres as Amorphis. These guys have done just about everything, from death metal, to melodeath, to doom, to progressive, to folk, and so on.  They never stay in the same place for too long though, and constantly strive to evolve their sound as a band, demonstrated ... Read More »

Music Review | Thy Art is Murder brings us Hate!

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We don’t usually get many bands from the Land Down Under floating overseas, and a niche genre like Deathcore is even more surprising at that. However the sandy shores of Australia have a decent scene, which Thy Art is Murder is crushing down with every performance.  The band was recently signed by Nuclear Blast Records, who is currently distributing their ... Read More »

Music Review | Unwelcome by Arsis

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rsis is one of the few bands that does tech death right nowadays. Where many other bands go astray by overlooking the actual music and instead focusing on how complicated a song they can write, James Malone and Company consistently find a way to use their technical prowess to write music as opposed to writing music for the sake of ... Read More »

Music Review | The Invocation by Attic

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Has King Diamond dabbled in the Occult and witchcraft so much that he has managed to call on the dark powers to reincarnate himself into a younger, stronger version of himself and form a new band based in Germany even before he has even died?  Well it seems this might very well be the case in the form of vocalist ... Read More »

Music Review | Avantasia’s Mystery of Time


hen I saw that Avantasia was due to release a new album I was immediately interested in giving it a listen as I have always found Tobias Sammet to be an excellent singer, and one of the only singers I have heard to sound like Bruce Dickinson). His other band Edguy, I always thought was made up of talented musicians ... Read More »

Music Review | Finntroll’s Bloody Bloody Blodsvept

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t’s been three years since we had another Finntroll album to sink our teeth (and ears) into, and what a long three years have they been.  Rooting from the tale of the Swedish priests who encountered a wild savage man-beast in Finland, Finntroll has brought a mixture of black metal, folk melodies, and traditional humppa since their formation in 1997. ... Read More »

Review | Hypocrisy’s End of Disclosure

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Swedish death metal band, Hypocrisy, has always managed to keep my interest with original themes, experimentation, and the incredible writing ability of Peter Tägtgren. His signature style incorporates death metal riffs with memorable melodies, all while creating a unique and dissonant atmosphere. End Of Disclosure superfluously resonates all of these qualities. This album reinforces the classic Hypocrisy style, combined with ... Read More »

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