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Valgrind - New EP Released, Full Stream Available 23.01
Two days ago, death metal squad from Modena (Italy) Valgrind put out a brand new 2-track EP - From The Viscera Of Darkness. Alongside new title-track, this outing also features a cover of "The Secrecies Of Horror", originally performed by Pestilence on their 1991 landmark record Testimony Of The Ancients. Tunes can be streamed via Bandcamp widget.

A Year In Metal - 2020: "Highlights" Through The Eyes Of The MS Staff, Elites, And Official Contributors
by ScreamingSteelUS | 24.01
2020 is over, but we're not quite done with it just yet (nor is it done with you). With the next edition of the Metal Storm Awards on their way, it's time for us to think back to those 12 months and try to remember what the two or three good moments were and how they escaped the shredder.
Splitting Hairs / Hearing Splits (Jul-Dec 2020)
by RaduP, nikarg, musclassia, Troy Killjoy, Starvynth | 21.01
We regularly review full lengths, collaborations, sometimes even live albums. EPs and demos often get love in our Clandestine Cuts series. Heck, we even review a bunch of stuff that isn't metal. But when was the last time you saw a review of a split album? Exactly! We are here to make up for that!
Getting Into: Motörhead: Part 3
by omne metallum | 18.01
Settling into their final and longest-lasting line-up after the departure of Würzel in 1995, the trio of Lemmy, Campbell and Dee would forge ahead to the end. This era would see the band hit some of the lowest ebbs of their career, but would see the band emerge as bonafide living legends before the curtains closed on a remarkable career; the final incarnation of Motörhead saw it all.
Wait A Minute! This Isn't Metal! - December 2020
by RaduP, musclassia, ScreamingSteelUS | 16.01
We here at Metal Storm pride ourselves in the metal that we live and breathe, and most importantly, write about. But there's a whole world out there aside from Satan-worshiping black metal and dragon-slaying power metal. Here's what we checked out this month.
Remembering Alexi Laiho
by ScreamingSteelUS | 05.01
Erstwhile Children Of Bodom frontman Alexi Laiho passed away unexpectedly last week, as we were informed by his longtime bandmates. I felt that offering some special tribute would be appropriate.
Staff pick

Nitelight - Nitelight plays: Death's Symbolic

If you've ever wondered what would have happened if Chuck had a Tangerine Dream or what Death might sound like in the Upside Down, turn your 1000 Eyes on Nitelight, While some will have Zero Tolerance for such experimentation, those that listen Without Judgement might enjoy this tribute and find this approach mighty interesting. Stranger Things have happened.

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Picked by: BitterCOld
Thumbs up: Deadsoulman, nikarg
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