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Review: Fallujah – The Flesh Prevails

Review: Fallujah – The Flesh Prevails
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This Bay Area band has buzz going in the modern metal world. After seeing a multitude of positive reviews about this new album, I had to check it out and chime in. … read more

Review: Pro-Pain – The Final Revolution

Review: Pro-Pain – The Final Revolution
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This is 12 cuts of the heaviest shit the band has done in a while. All the qualities you want in a metal record—riffs, grooves, crazy solos—yeah, it fucking rocks. I can’t find a bad song in the bunch.  … read more

Review: Arkona – Yav

Review: Arkona – Yav
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One of pagan metal’s best kept secrets is Moscow’s Arkona, who make every studio offering an epic one. Yav, the band’s seventh full-length album, is out to conquer all. It plays out as one of the band’s darkest offerings since Ot Serdtsa K Nebu. … read more

Review: Saprogenic – Expanding Towards Collapsed Lungs

Review: Saprogenic – Expanding Towards Collapsed Lungs
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Brutal death metal has a high redundancy factor in many instances. … read more

Review: Warmaster – The End of Humanity

Review: Warmaster – The End of Humanity
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Chunky, even what I’d describe as blocky, riffs dominate the album, with a bottom-end filled out by a syrupy thick bass sound continuously rip out the riffs to satisfy any old school death metal fan’s palate. … read more

Review: Anvil – Hope is Hell

Review: Anvil – Hope is Hell
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It’s been six years since the documentary was made about Canada’s Anvil rising out of obscurity to, well, just about a higher level of obscurity. The fact that Anvil had some good records in the ‘80s—right about the time metal wasn’t so cool anymore—but never rose to outright fame is the story of a lot of metal bands.  … read more

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