With the amped up production in lighting, it wasn’t your usual Whitechapel…
Coming February 24th will see the release, via Metal Blade Records, of the only live album since 1989’s “Saints Will Conquer”.
There couldn’t be a better fitting album title than “Stand up, Forward, March” for the new CD of the four Swedes in Sister.
The So Cal Death Metal titans have been on a relentless tour run and showed the fans why their high energy show, lives up to the billing.
Don’t let the name fool you: this is a mighty impressive album, full of everything that makes Metal great.
When incredibly talented people come together, you expect incredible things. Sometimes it falls short, but in the case of Denner Shermann’s Masters of Evil, it truly delivers
So here’s how it stands, from my perspective: if you’re already a fan of Whitechapel, then Mark of the Blade is going to be an album you will find great joy in
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Redemption are truly one of the more accessible prog bands out there and The Art of Loss is such a fantastic album.