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    Formed in 2012 from the same country that gave us The Nobel Peace, ABBA, Opeth, Europe, Ikea and Volvo are Swedish rockers Dead Lord....

    Marty Friedman – Wall of Sound 

    According to an old review by Metal Hammer’s James Gill, there are two types of people in the world; those who like instrumental metal...

    Eluveitie – Evocation II: Pantheon

    Swiss folk metallers Eluveitie – a band with up to nine band members at anyone time – are no strangers to line-up changes. But...

    Neck Deep – The Peace And The Panic

    Wrexham’s Neck Deep are a true British success story and have now found themselves as one of the biggest pop punk band’s on the...

    Steven Wilson – To The Bone

    Genius is a gangly word to throw around, and at Ghost Cult, we don’t use it lightly, or all that often. For Steven Wilson,...

    InVisions – Never Nothing

    Is head banging your thing? Alright, then keep reading, because I’ve got the perfect album for you. InVisions is terribly similar to so many...

    Thy Art Is Murder – Dear Desolation

    From the near brink of implosion to a glorious comeback that could be the story of the last few years for Aussie natives Thy...

    Running Wild – Gates To Purgatory, Branded and Exiled, Under Jolly Roger, Port Royal, Death Or Glory Reissues

    For some of us Heavy Metal fans of a certain vintage, there exists a memory most tactile and warm; that of visiting record shops...

    Hundred Suns – The Prestaliis

    Since 2013, these driven musicians have been determined to create something genuinely different, something that can stand out amongst every other “competing” track you...

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