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  • The Somatic Defilement
    • April 18, 2013

    Fast-paced Deathcore-attack from the u.s. Whitechapel The Somatic Defilement is a re-release of the debutten from the brutal deathcore band from K...

  • Eye of the Storm
    • April 18, 2013

    Old wine in old bottles In 2014, Italian Bud Tribe 20th anniversary, and this reviewer may well have his doubts about the big breakthrough is right...

  • Circle
    • April 17, 2013

    Amorphis is back in awesome form That bands evolve through their career, there is nothing new in the. That bands develop in the same degree as the...

  • Head of the Demon
    • April 16, 2013

    Atmospheric blackened doom without detours The Head of the Demon is a Swedish band that consists of members from other well-known Swedish band. The b...

  • Addict
    • April 15, 2013

    Addict(ed) you are probably not of this disc Stoneload is a Swedish band from Umeå. They started officially as Stoneload last year, but have played t...

  • From the Ashes of Nuclear Destruction
    • April 14, 2013

    From the earth we come... Toxic Holocaust is usually a band I hate to love. This american trio has since 1999 played necro-thrash, which they const...

  • Humanity
    • April 14, 2013

    thrash/death with crush and originality Dethrone is a Swedish thrash/death metal band who have just released their first studio albumhumanity. The al...

  • The Formulas of Death
    • April 12, 2013

    Life is filled with hardship and this year is the Tribulation one of the greats! Tribulation is one among countless exciting Swedish bands that has...

  • Dark Skies Over Babylon
    • April 12, 2013

    A bunch of bulkheads with the other to offer than whiskey, kilts made and bagpipes Dark Skies Over Babylon is the debut from the scottish Code Of Si...

  • Cryo
    • April 11, 2013

    Exciting black metal from Rome Vidharr started in the year 2004 in Rome, Italy. Dark and Reim started the band as a doom metal band, but the pga. sev...

  • Tales from the Kingdom of Fife
    • April 10, 2013

    Come with us to the kingdom of Fyfe, and hear the little oddly written, but really well-played stories about Angus McFife There once was a man by th...

  • War of Ages
    • April 10, 2013

    "The ones with the nice ladies on their album covers" is back with the closest one comes to a masterpiece Serenity was formed in 2001 in Austria, a...

  • Aeneid
    • April 10, 2013

    A good story built up in a way seen too many times before Heimdall was formed in 1994 and released their first material in 1998. They play power meta...

  • Outlaw Gentlemen & Shady Ladies
    • April 08, 2013

    Black Album again It should not be necessary for me to introduce Danish Volbeat, but for safety's sake, I do it anyway. Volbeat was formed by lead...

  • From The Human Forest Create A Fuge Of Imaginary Rain
    • April 08, 2013

    The sublime debut album from the English Voices Sometimes we hear just an album where you're totally sold the first time, From the Human (...) is f...

  • End Of Disclosure
    • April 07, 2013

    Well-founded, but tiring hypocrisy Hypocrisy took, like countless of their fellow countrymen, a legendary position from the start of the nineties,...

  • The Giant
    • April 05, 2013

    Shotgun three from the German trio Sometimes trying record labels and bands to put a label on a band, hoping to get it to sound as something innova...

  • Ghostwatcher
    • April 05, 2013

    Really, I should be happier for this plate... Beyond the Shore is a young american metal core/hardcore band. The band has previously, in 2008, releas...

  • In Tongues
    • April 05, 2013

    Technical, brutal debut assault from the young Dark Sermon from the legendary Tampa, Florida. Modern death metal/death core of an absolute qualitativ...

  • Nihil Est Monastica
    • April 04, 2013

    "Nihil est monastica is the fourth full-length release from the south american black metal band Patria, whose history also offers a single release and...

  • Wind of Freedom
    • April 04, 2013

    Ukrainian power metal Pagan country`s debut album Wind of Freedom is a result of many years of work and a strong sense of home. That power metal is...

  • Seperate & Coalesce
    • April 04, 2013

    The Green River Burial proves nothing, not even the desire for life. In short, it is Horrible!. The German band The Green River Burial, which is fr...

  • III: Cut Loose
    • April 04, 2013

    Monotonous and cliché-infested German fabric-rock does not hold in the length. The mission is quite clear; the Bavarian The New Black will with thei...

  • My Noise
    • April 03, 2013

    Randomly drivgods from an old vessel American Flotsam and Jetsam has been a highly respected band amongst thrash metal afficionados since their huse...

  • Clone
    • April 01, 2013

    Thresholds screen cloning achieves partially own identity Then it was time for another swing the little british thresholds screen re-releases of th...

  • Blodsvept
    • March 31, 2013

    The Finnish trolls are back in terrific form Fintroll is one of the many Finnish folk metal bands with success. The stands, however, in combining fol...

  • The Omega Experiment
    • March 31, 2013

    A fabulous debut about drug addiction, in an organized chaotic progressive universe. The Omega Experiment released their debut album of the same na...

  • Awaken
    • March 28, 2013

    Awaken's debut album, give rise to dust off the CD collection of Awaken's concept is pretty straight forward. They play metal. Their allies are the...

  • Red Lamb
    • March 28, 2013

    Is it Red Sauce or Dave Mustaine? Red Lamb is not one of the usual undergrundsbands that will reach to the top, the band includes members such as D...

  • Elements
    • March 26, 2013

    Close to a Dream Theater copy, but successful The experimental band Speaking Two Stones started in 2004, in New York. They have since released two...