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Album Review: Galactic Empire – Galactic Empire

Star Wars + Metal = Galactic Empire.  Metal covers of the Star Wars Soundtrack! Text Review: A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away...

Album Review: Sepultura – Machine Messiah

Brazil’s thrash legend Sepultura bring the band’s fourteenth album Machine Messiah. Text Review: The resurgence of legendary thrash metal bands last year came as a rewarding...

Album Review: Metallica – Hardwired…To Self-Destruct

After the longest gap between albums, Metallica return with Hardwired…To Self-Destruct.   Text Review: Arguably the most well-known metal band in history has finally returned and are...

Album Review: Testament – Brotherhood Of The Snake

Testament return with a rhythm and progression in its thrash on the new album Brotherhood Of The Snake.   Text Review: You cannot say thrash is dead...

Album Review: Delain – Moonbathers

Dutch symphonic metal band Delain attempt to go in many directions with the new album “Moonbathers”.   Text Review: There are some musical juxtapositions that should never...

Album Review: Periphery – Periphery III: Select Difficulty

Periphery return with a whirlwind of prog metal brilliance in Periphery III: Select Difficulty.   Text Review: As a band continues in their career and the members...

Album Review: DevilDriver – Trust No One

Dez Fafara regroups DevilDriver with some new faces for the new album Trust No One.   Text Review: There is an old proverb of “The Only Constant...

Album Review: Avatar – Feathers & Flesh

The circus is back to tell a tale about stopping the sun from rising in Avatar’s new concept album Feathers & Flesh. You can see...

Album Review: Otep – Generation Doom

Otep returns to the fray with a whirlwind of language and volume in Generation Doom.

Album Review: Amon Amarth – Jomsviking

Sweden’s Amon Amarth bring a tale of love and vengeance in Jomsviking.

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