Album Reviews

Godsmack – 1000HP Review

I really thought that I wasn’t gonna like 1000hp, but once I turned that shit up louder I realized just how solid a record this is. And THAT’S why I never judge an album till at least three full listens.

Album Reviews

Wintersun – Time I Review

listening to TIME I it is clear that mastermind metal composer Jari Mäenpää has spent that off-time making sure that this new album is as good as it possibly could be…

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Fear Factory – The Industrialist Review

It’s safe to say that if you are familiar with any of FEAR FACTORY’S previous work (who isn’t hey?) then you pretty much know what to expect here. Industrial chugga-chugga guitar riffs that sync with the bass, near-mechanical & inhuman drumming, Industrial noises, heavy vocal verses, clean vocal choruses and songs about machines one day taking over the world…

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Teramaze – Anhedonia Review

with ANHEDONIA they have a stellar album that should find it’s way into plenty of best-of lists come year’s end providing enough people hear about it.

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Kill Devil Hill – Kill Devil Hill Review

There were two artists that jumped out at me as I listened to their SPV/Steamhammer debut Kill Devil Hill. The first is the most obvious, Alice In Chains. Clearly Bragg is influenced by the late Layne Staley, however the music even has that slow groove that brought AIC into prominence back in the day.

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Dissona – Dissona Review

So how glad am I that I spent some time with this album? Very fuggen glad! Seriously though, DISSONA is one of the best unsigned bands I have heard in a long time and this album is a truly fantastic example of a band that is ready for the big time…

Album Reviews

Nation Despair – Exitium Mundi Review

The band play a brand of death metal that combines the brutality of traditional death metal, with the more melodic and symphonic touched of the modern variety of death metal to find a really good balanced middle ground that should appeal to fans from both sides of the fence…

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Testor – Animal Killstinct Review

After more than twenty years of hiding, It seems like Poland’s best kept secret TESTOR are finally ready to take than next step and introduce themselves to the rest of the world. ANIMAL KILLSTINCT (great title BTW) is the band’s fourth studio album and their first international release courtesy of their new record label Killer Metal Records…