Silent Call - Truth's Redemption
Review by R'Vannith
Integral and clean progressive metal. It's a rare thing to come by in this day and age when pervasive trends seem to infiltrate every aspect of the genre, to its general declination as less and less sounds endeavour to provide generic stability and assurance. Thankfully we have bands like Silent Call.


Stigmhate - Zodacare Od Zodameranu
Review by wormdrink414
Zodameranu isn't the kind of album that will get your neuronal pistons firing in any kind of unique or strained way. You could call it cruise-control black metal, and that'd be fair.


Moab - Billow
Review by R'Vannith
Billow is a peculiar undulation. Like a sprightly psychedelic will-o'-the-wisp it entices those on the watch for regular doom in a direction well off the beaten path, all to experience the short duration of unexpectedly infiltrative riff scuff. Strangely jovial things begin to take shape in the haze, and Moab happily loom over doom with an eagerness to mix an eccentric concoction.


Black Moth - Condemned To Hope
Review by R'Vannith
Merely hoping for their tunes to be deemed catchy isn't Black Moth's manner of proceeding. Cunningly combining rock 'n' roll energies and a darkly charred stoner metal presentation, it seems that they would condemn passable song writing to deliver catchy tunes by natural force of habit.


Gunfire - Age Of Supremacy
Review by R Lewis
Gunfire's first new music in ten years brings all the classic metal you could ever need.


Midnight Sin - Sex First
Review by Doc Godin
Good lord. Sleaze metal revival? Are we actually still doing this? Ugh. Midnight Sin, if this album ever had any value, it's about a decade past it's "best before" date.


Irreversible - Surface
Review by tea[m]ster
Atlanta, Georgia's Irreversible mark a return to the glorious past with their latest release Surface. Gone are the hardcore/alternative elixirs from their last two releases, Ashes and Thorn. Back are the post metal capstones from Sins and Light.


Necrodeath - The 7 Deadly Sins
Review by ScreamingSteelUS
Italian veterans Necrodeath, like many groups with 30 years and 11 albums to their names, like to play Motörhead roulette with their releases. They adhere to the same formula time after time, breaking ranks for nobody, and the quality of the album lies completely in the thrall of chance.


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USA, Fort Lauderdale, FL (Liberty Of The Seas)
22-26 January 2015

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Arch Enemy
Staff pick
Pervy Perkin - Ink

In the grand scheme of things this album has got one strength and one weakness. At the core of it the reason is one and the same. This album is so packed with different and great ideas, it's really becoming ridiculous. However, this also accounts for the length of the album and the lack of consistent direction in development of said ideas and thus it appears to be all over the place. High marks for the début effort and future promise, though.

Listen to the full album over at Bandcamp.

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Ragnarok - Jontho Taking Over Vocal Duties 22.09

Norwegian black metallers Ragnarok announced the departure of vocalist Hans Fyrste a few months ago, and since then there has been some speculation as to who will replace him. But until now the band has kept quiet about their choice, whilst at the same time rehearsing the new lineup behind closed doors. The new vocalist will be drummer and Ragnarok founder Jontho himself, and his place behind the drum kit on stage will be taken by Dauden drummer Malignant. (by BloodTears)   Read more ››
Arizmenda - Streaming New Song 21.09

Arizmenda is finally releasing a new album! Juan "Murdunbad" Cabello's brainchild is gearing up to unleash Stillbirth In The Temple Of Venus set for release in the autumn of 2014 via Crepusculo Negro. From the upcoming band's third album, you can now listen to the 12-minute track "Cum In Your Wound" at Bandcamp here. Enjoy! (by BloodTears)   Read more ››
Shining - Recording New Album 21.09

A new Shining record is expected next year via Season Of Mist and the recording process is already underway. The Swedish black metallers are recording the album at Andy La Rocque's Sonic Train Studios and Niklas Kvarforth is now tracking the vocals. The band has shared a few photos from the recording process. Take a peek at them here. (by BloodTears)   Read more ››
Dominia - Release New Video 21.09

And now for some music from Dominia. The Russian gothic metallers have a new album out called Theophania. Now, they also released a brand new official live video for "Everyone Else". The album came out earlier this month in Russia. Have you managed to listen to it? Either way, you can enjoy their new video here. (by BloodTears)   Read more ››
Panzer - New Supergroup Debut Album Details Revealed 21.09

Previously, we were introduced to the new supergroup Panzer. The German band is comprised of vocalist and bassist Marcel "Schmier" Schirmer (Destruction), guitarist Herman Frank (Accept, Victory) and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann (Accept, ex-Running Wild). Now they have unveiled the cover artwork and tracklist of Send Them All To Hell, their impending debut album. The artwork was created by Hungarian artist Gyula Havancsák, who also created the recent artworks of Destruction and Headhunter. Feast your eyes on it right here. (by PrepareForMetal)   Read more ››
Clandestine Cuts Vol. 4 Issue #3 - Awesome New Demos and EPs 19.09

Is independent, unsigned, and underground metal what you seek? Weary traveler of the metal world, rest a while here. Clandestine Cuts are the best demos and EPs from these bands, the heart and soul of metal music. These musicians are slaves to their passions, and their blood keeps the metal machine alive and turning. Support them with a simple listen, and discover the future. This issue features music from Raum Kingdom, Kali, Torrid Husk, Fever Sea, Myopic and Wild Throne. (by Nefarious, Troy Killjoy, Abattoir)   Read more ››
Progventure Part 9: Green Carnation - Another Night Under The Dam, Åseral, Norway, 31.07.2014 01.09

It seems that my Progventure prog searching trips are not only a convenient excuse to travel new places, or more often the only way of seeing bands I like I wouldn't otherwise get to see, but in some cases they are turning out to be events of a fairly unique kind. Another Night Under the Dam - the Green Carnation reunion show at the Åseral dam number 3 in Norway was unique in more ways than one. And it most definitely was special. (by Ivor)   Read more ››
Rockstar Mayhem Festival 2014 - Denver, CO - 13 Jul 2014 29.07

The annual Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival! Great variety of bands, I always have a blast, it's always fun, the weather is always way too hot and this year's event was almost no exception. Yes, almost no exception; the timing of the festival couldn't be worse and the decision to split the Colorado show into two events didn't help the cause neither. (by D.T. Metal)   Read more ››
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Ex Deo - Romulus (2009)

Epic Melodic Death metal Nuclear Blast Canada Length: 1:01:41 Ex Deo is Maurizio Iacono of Kataklysm fame's new little toy. Lets face it though, he probably got drunk one night and thought "yeah - lets do some really epic album, because that's popular at the moment, and lets make it completely not generic at all." Well guess what, the first album from this project Romulus is the most generic thing since taking the tedious walk to the toilet and back. With this project, he has... (by Baz Anderson)   Read more ››

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Megadeth has been mentioned in many films and television shows, including The Simpsons when they displayed the "diepod" and the options were instant death, slow-painful death & "Megadeth", Northern Exposure when the character Shelly Tambo proclaims that somebody's wound "looks like a Megadeth album cover", Mad About You, The Drew Carey Show (Dave Mustaine performs a solo in a scene), The X Files (Mulder mentions Megadeth to Scully), Duck Dodgers, where the band made an appearance (in cartoon form) on the 2005 episode "In Space, Nobody Can Hear You Rock" playing the song "Back in the Day", and True Blood when one of the secondary characters wears one of Megadeth's T-shirts.

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