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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: 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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Review: Bestialord “Law Of The Burning” [Symbol Of Domination]

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Bestialord is a doom metal band with a healthy blend of death metal that formed out of previous groups. I recently premiered a new track of theirs from ...
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Review: Enforcer “Zenith” [Nuclear Blast records]

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Enforcer have returned after four years with their new record titled Zenith. By now, it’s clear that it’s stirred up a handful of different reactions. Some can’t stand ...
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Review: Bewitcher “Under the Witching Cross” [Shadow Kingdom records]

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Earlier this year, Shadow Kingdom Records brought us an incredible speed metal treat by Seax known as Fallout Rituals. Now, this same label is bringing what I like ...
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Review: Haunt “If Icarus Could Fly” [Shadow Kingdom Records]

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Haunt are a band that I only picked up midway through last year, and their album Burst Into Flame is what really captured my attention. They’re mostly known ...
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Review: Bus “Never Decide” (RidingEasy Records)

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While doom metal is something that has been growing on me greatly in the past year or so, Bus dropped something that would boost this even more. Never ...
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Review: Azator “Horrors Of Aeons Past” [Corpse Torture Records]

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Azator are a band from Argentina that have been around since the mid 2000’s, having only dropped a demo in 2008, and finally an EP at the cusp ...
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Review: Spell “The Full Moon Sessions”

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Spell are a Canadian heavy metal outfit that have been around for a few years. Previously going by the name Stryker, they changed their name in 2013 and ...
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Review: Diamond Head “Lightning To The Nations” (Hear No Evil Recordings, Reissue, 2CD Deluxe)

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By now, most people are pretty familiar with Diamond Head’s biggest album, Lightning To The Nations, also known as The White Album. Whether you found them through all ...
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Review: Spirit Division “No Rapture”

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As I type this, Spirit Division are currently playing their final show. Following their newest record Forgotten Planet, they’ve decided to follow up with a bunch of shows, ...
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Review: Dyrewolf “Dyrewolf”

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Dyrewolf are a young group of Canadian headbangers that just dropped their self titled debut record here at the tail end of 2018. In short, they bring a ...
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Review: Wraith “Heed The Warning” [Rapid Fire Records / World War Now Records]

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Wraith don’t give you much of a warning, despite the name of their newest album titled Heed The Warning that dropped back in July of this year. The ...
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