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    Arch Enemy – Will To Power

    With former frontwoman Angela Gossow leaving the band in 2014, and uncertainty in the guitarist department since the departure of Christopher Amott, it was...

    Cannabis Corpse – Left Hand Pass

    Here’s my plea to anyone who’s ever passed on Cannabis Corpse because they thought it was a joke: listen to the fucking band. Let...

    Demon Eye – Prophecies & Lies

    Taking their name from a Deep Purple song from the 1971 classic Fireball (Warner Bros.) are Demon Eye. Arising from North Carolina, Demon Eye...

    Ehnahre – The Marrow

    Let’s be honest – for all its talk of “extremes”, Metal is largely a pretty conservative genre. Few bands experiment beyond the controlled combination...

    Pagan Altar – The Room Of Shadows

    I don’t know if there is a word which means the exact opposite of “prolific”, but if there is it probably appears next to...

    Rings of Saturn – Ultu Ulla

    While the deathcore genre really has not put out any stellar releases this year, or really in the past couple of years, Rings of...

    Paradise Lost – Medusa

    It’s not uncommon for bands that have been around for a long time to ‘go back to their roots’ and rehash styles they’ve long...

    SepticFlesh – Codex Omega

    Codex Omega (Season of Mist) is the tenth album from symphonic Death Metallers SepticFlesh and it is sure to go down as landmark release...

    The Haunted – Strength in Numbers

    For how long has The Haunted been around again? No need to look it up on your phone, let’s just say the band is...

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