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Nichalas Edward
Metal lover and rock 'n roll junkie. Besides headbanging, I lift, run, read and party. Huge drinker, I also love horror.

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Review: Ice War “Manifest Destiny” [Dying Victims Productions]

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Fitting in with the traditional heavy metal revival bands, Ice War make a very stripped-down brand that only really scrapes from the bottom of the classic influences. Their ...
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Review: Gatecreeper “Deserted” [Relapse records]

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Gatecreeper are a band that have a small surge of hype around them, and considering they’re coming to my home-town, I felt it my duty to look into ...
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Review: Black Road “Witch of the Future” [DHU Records]

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Taking formation back in 2015, Black Road rose from Chicago Illinois, and they deliver a brand of stoner/doom that’s surprisingly accessible with a ghostly aura attached. Two years ...
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Review: Midnight Priest “Aggressive Hauntings” [Metal On Metal Records]

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I’ve touched on many albums in my time as a reviewer that have made me end with something like “I don’t really like this, but you should listen ...
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Review: Municipal Waste “Waste ‘Em All” [Six Weeks Records]

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The first Municipal Waste full-length is an anomaly that is far removed from what comes to mind when hearing them. I thought it was worth going back and ...
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Review: Defiance “Product of Society” [Roadrunner Records]

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Born out of the late ‘80s thrash movement that resided on the techy side came a band known as Defiance. One with a smaller but still sizeable following, ...
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Review: Necrosexual “GRIM 1”

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Earlier this year, I covered Necrosexual’s most recent EP, and while I was a bit skeptical about the antics and layout, it proved to be worthwhile. Recently, I ...
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Review: Hell Fire “Mania” [RidingEasy Records]

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RidingEasy Records has been delivering some great stuff this year between Zig-Zags, Bus and my latest discovery Hell Fire. The band has been around for about a decade, ...
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Review: Chapel of Disease “…and as We Have Seen the Storm, We Have Embraced the Eye” [Ván Records]

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In 2015, Chapel Of Disease put out one of the greatest modern death metal records I’d ever heard with The Mysterious Ways Of Repetitive Art. They added proggy ...
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Review: Wraith “Absolute Power”

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Last year, the Indiana black/thrashers Wraith dropped their debut album titled Heed The Warning, a quick and abrasive shockwave of blistering riffs. One year goes by and they’ve ...
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Review: Death Angel “Humanicide” [Nuclear Blast records]

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Humanicide is the third album of a trilogy that Death Angel have been working on since 2013. As you would expect, there isn’t a great departure or shift ...
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Review: Gutless “Mass Extinction” (Maggot Stomp (MC), Chaos Records (CD), Me Saco un Ojo Records (Vinyl))

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Nothing excites me more than when I come across a nice and short collection of skull-crushing brutality. Although vocals as incomprehensible as what is present on the debut ...
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Review: Doomstress “Sleep Among The Dead” [Ripple Music]

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To say the least, Doomstress is definitely a band that needs to grow on you and isn’t going to appeal to those that seek instant gratification. Sleep Among ...
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