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Review: Municipal Waste “The Last Rager” [Nuclear Blast]

Thrash maniacs Municipal Waste return with their latest release The Last Rager EP and as we have come to expect from them, it’s packed full of slamming riffs ...
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Review: Quiet Riot “Hollywood Cowboys” [Frontiers Music srl]

The passing 2019 was a year of many releases from old honored bands. Few days ago Pretty Maids‘ new album was released and in the same time there ...
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Review: Pretty Maids “Undress Your Madness” [Frontiers Music srl]

Pretty Maids‘ history is the history of rising, falling and rising again. Though, if melodic Heavy and Hard Rock were trendy in 80s (the first rise), their successful ...
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Review: Agnostic Front “Get Loud!” [Nuclear Blast]

Fathers (or, maybe, grandfathers) of NYHC Agnostic Front have something to say about things that happen in their country and the whole world again. And they say it ...
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Review: Blind Guardian Twilight Orchestra “Legacy Of The Dark Lands” [Nuclear Blast Records]

It is never long that comes at last. In case of Blind Guardian it was really long, 23 years to be exact. In 1996 the band mentioned some ...
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Review: Gatecreeper “Deserted” [Relapse records]

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: The Dark Element “Songs The Night Sings” [Frontiers Music srl]

Two years ago The Dark Element‘s debut self-titled album was released. Honestly, I took this band, with former Sonata Arctica‘s guitarist Jani Liimatainen and Anette Olzon as some ...
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Review: Scarleth “Vortex” [Rockshots Records]

I have a strong connection with Ukrainian metal scene so I heard about Scarleth. I know that the band released two albums and then there were some line-up ...
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Review: Black Road “Witch of the Future” [DHU Records]

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: Vintertodt “I – V” [Black Spark Records]

Here is the answer when people say that there is no good or promising American raw black metal bands out there. Vintertodt which is formed by Neil Schneider ...
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Review: Opeth ”In Cauda Venenum” [Moderbolaget Records / Nuclear Blast Records]

Few bands have evolved in quite the way Opeth have during their illustrious career. The one time darlings of the doom tinged death metal scene injected the kind ...
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Review: Black Sabbath “Heaven and Hell” [Vertigo Records / Warner Bros. Records]

A couple of unsuccessful albums and weird changes in the band’s formula gave rise to Osbourne‘s departure in such an unexpected fashion. For those reasons, the project seemed ...
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Review: Midnight Priest “Aggressive Hauntings” [Metal On Metal Records]

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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