Review: Leaves’ Eyes – Lovelorn

Review: Leaves’ Eyes – Lovelorn
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Leaves’ Eyes Lovelorn Napalm Records Theatre Of Tragedy vocalist Liv Kristine Espenaes is backed by the band Atrocity for the formation and debut of Leaves’ Eyes, Lovelorn. Alex Krull, vocalist

Review: Jungle Rot – Fueled By Hate

Review: Jungle Rot – Fueled By Hate
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Jungle Rot Fueled By Hate Century Media Jungle Rot is back with their third full-length release, Fueled By Hate. Is it really three different albums, or is it the same

Review: Slayer – DVD Still Reigning

Review: Slayer – DVD Still Reigning
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Slayer DVD Still Reigning American Slayer has been putting out records for 21 years now. In that time they’ve released eight studio albums of original music, including a little gem

Review: Into Eternity – Buried In Oblivion

Review: Into Eternity – Buried In Oblivion
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Into Eternity Buried In Oblivion Century Media Canada’s Into Eternity redefine and set new boundaries for progressive metal with their release, Buried In Oblivion. Layered vocals with a European flair

Review: Napalm Death -Leaders Not Followers: Part 2

Review: Napalm Death -Leaders Not Followers: Part 2
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Napalm Death Leaders Not Followers: Part 2 Century Media Leaders Not Followers: Part 2 is Napalm Death’s follow-up, believe it or not, to their 2000 release Leaders Not Followers. The

Review: Yourcodenameis:Milo – All Roads To Fault E.P.

Review: Yourcodenameis:Milo – All Roads To Fault E.P.
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YOURCODENAMEIS:MILO ALL ROADS TO FAULT E.P. Beggars Banquet You can now officially add My Bloody Valentine to the list of over-used (and more often than not misused) stack of vernacular

Review: Stained – Imperanon

Review: Stained – Imperanon
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Stained Imperanon Nuclear Blast Stained is the debut from Finland’s Imperanon. With an average age of 20, and considering this album is their debut, you’d expect to hear metal with

Review: Otep – House Of Secrets

Review: Otep – House Of Secrets
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Otep House Of  Secrets Capitol Otep is back with House of Secrets, the follow-up to their major-label full-length debut, Sevas Tra. The music this band plays revolves around female singer

Review: Nonpoint – Statement

Review: Nonpoint – Statement
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Nonpoint Statement Lava Even from their first album, Struggle, in 1999, the band Nonpoint wasn’t a simple metalcore band. This band’s music has always had substance lyrically, vocally and musically.

Review: Therion – Lemuria

Review: Therion – Lemuria
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Therion Lemuria Nuclear Blast The last time I received a Therion release, it was a slipcase promotional copy. As if that’s not bad enough, there were only two full songs