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Review: Gwar “Battle Maximus” [Metal Blade Records]

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Battle Maximus. It saddens me to know that I’ve arrived at this album after reviewing all of GWAR’s prior discography. Not to be over-sentimental, but after putting pen ...
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Review: Gwar “Bloody Pit of Horror” [Metal Blade Records]

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It’s a sad sight when revisiting an album has nearly no change on your opinion, especially after several years. Bloody Pit of Horror is a peculiar album, in ...
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Review: Gwar “Lust in Space” [Metal Blade Records]

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Ah, Lust In Space, my old High School companion. This was an album that got me through many a boring shift at work and drives down the highway. ...
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Review: Cult of Luna “The Long Road North” [Metal Blade Records]

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Let’s go on a long, scary trip through a dark and cold road, because that’s what this album feels like. Dark but huge, elaborate, full of many adventures. ...
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Review: Gwar “Violence Has Arrived” [Metal Blade Records]

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If there was ever a band that needed a comeback, it was GWAR. After the bloated Carnival of Chaos and the horrid disaster of We Kill Everything, GWAR’s ...
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Review: Hate “Rugia” [Metal Blade Records]

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Here is a dark metal ride that doesn’t always live up to expectations, but definitely has its moments. The album’s overall sound is a nice blend of black ...
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Review: Cannibal Corpse ”Violence Unimagined” [Metal Blade Records]

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If you’re looking to blow away a few cobwebs after the past year of interminable lockdowns then Cannibal Corpse are indeed a safe bet to do just that. ...
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Cannibal Corpse reveals details for new album, ‘Violence Unimagined’; first Single unveiled!

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On April 16th, Cannibal Corpse will release their fifteenth studio album, Violence Unimagined, via Metal Blade Records. For a first preview of the record, the new single “Inhumane Harvest” can be ...
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Review: Bolt Thrower “Those Once Loyal” [Metal Blade Records]

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Although I wasn’t listening to Bolt Thrower (or metal for that matter) by the time Those Once Loyal came out yet, I’m rather surprised by the amount of praise that ...
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Review: Arch / Matheos “Sympathetic Resonance” [Metal Blade Records]

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Having John Arch back in business is a great thing, it really is – but what happens if his talents aren’t used properly and the orphan gypsy has ...
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Review: Surma “The Light Within” [Metal Blade Records]

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Recently the cult label Metal Blade has decided to sign the contract with a new band Surma, the product of Heri Joensen from Týr and Viktorie Surmøvá (Bohemian ...
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Review: Fates Warning “Parallels” [Metal Blade Records]

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Perhaps I’m a bit conservative with my ideas, but if you ask me bands writing more radio friendly material often results into trouble. Not even Fates Warning could ...
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Review: Arch / Matheos “Winter Ethereal” [Metal Blade Records]

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It’s been some years since John Arch and Jim Matheos formed Arch/Matheos and once I’ve heard the two men would come up with a second album, I wasn’t ...
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Review: Accuser “Accuser” [Metal Blade Records]

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Germans Accuser are very active last decade. I would say that it is the most active period of the band’s 30 years history with the split-ups, leaving the ...
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Review: Harlott “Detritus Of The Final Age” [Metal Blade Records]

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Seems like November is going to be a fruitful month for Thrash Metal scene – a couple of bands, from young to the famous ones will joy the ...
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Review: Amon Amarth “Once Sent from the Golden Hall” [Metal Blade Records]

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Amon Amarth are difficult to label with just one term. There’s a definite element of death metal in the music, yet simply calling them “death metal” would be ...
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Review: Fates Warning “Long Day Good Night” [Metal Blade Records]

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Fates Warning were quite active last years, especially for Progressive Metal band: in 2013 Darkness In A Different Light was released after a gap of nine years. Three ...
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Accuser – Release Lyric Video For “Misled Obedience”

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On November 13th, Accuser will release their new self-titled album via Metal Blade Records. For a preview of Accuser, a lyric video for the new single, “Misled Obedience”, ...
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Review: Callenish Circle “My Passion // Your Pain” [Metal Blade Records]

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All aboard the bandwagon. The year is 2003, and everybody wants a piece of the trending melodeath sensation. In places like North America bands were mixing only elements ...
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Review: Cattle Decapitation “Monolith of Inhumanity” [Metal Blade Records]

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Wonderfoul music (yes, “wonder-foul”) Great albums often have an ability to use fairly ordinary sounding patterns which instead of coming across as stereotypical feel utterly familiar and at ...
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