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Album Review: High On Fire – Luminiferous

Oakland's metal kings High On Fire offer a new light to thrash fans and a new headache to crotchety old next door neighbors.   Text Review: You...

Album Review: Faith No More – Sol Invictus

After 18 years, Faith No More return to the light and bring Sol Invictus.  Can the ingenious minds of yesteryear conquer the day once...

Album Review: Napalm Death – Apex Predator – Easy Meat

After two decades of metal, Napalm Death release another sinister beast with enough volume and power to devour you whole.  How much bite does...

Album Review: Simus – Vox Vult

Italy's Simus start off 2015 with their take on progressive metal.  Spearheaded by The Soulmaker, how will the Italian metal appeal to other countries...

Album Review: The Ghost Inside – Dear Youth

The hardcore scene receive their newest entry from The Ghost Inside.  How does holding onto the past in Dear Youth stand in today's rock market?

Album Review: Slipknot – .5: The Gray Chapter

The Iowa kings of masked intensity bring the next album of hard rock and metal.  How does Corey Taylor and company’s 2014 entry fair...

Album Review: Motionless In White – Reincarnate

The new album from Motionless In White promises to be heavier than all their previous works combined.   Does Reincarnate deliver on MIW's intentions?

Album Review: Machinae Supremacy – Phantom Shadow

The Swedish kings of video game metal bring out their sixth full album Phantom Shadow.  How does an album with less 8-bit bleeps and...

Album Review: Dragonforce – Maximum Overload

London's power metal group bring up the speed with their sixth full album.  How loud do the dragons roar in 2014, and is it...

Album Review: Voyager – V

Kickstarter funds have funded another album.  This time from Australia's prog metal band Voyager.  Is V a voyage worth listening to?

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