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Death MetalReviews

Just call it metal!  You may hear modern thrash riffs and power metal chugga chugga every so often, a little Massacre-shredding before songs like Dead Still, and Entombed in intro leads in the final track Impaled, but make no mistake – regardless of what influences come to mind on your

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Death MetalReviews

Warmaster is a band from Houston, TX, and their latest four-track album, Blood Dawn, continues their trend of quality releases. The cover art might lure some metal fans to think of J.R.R Tolkien, but there are no flutes, fiddles or elf music to be found here.  It’s old-school death metal,

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DoomReviews

There’s something in the recording studio with 11Paranoias, and it ain’t no man. To fully experience such an aural atrocity is to journey with this empirical trio down into their jam room amidst some hellish cosmic vortex, where total immersion into the unfathomable darkness is mandatory. Crawling out of the

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Black MetalReviews

Label: World Terror Committee I’m not going to lie: I really liked the direction of the last offering from Finnish Black Metal stalwarts Sargeist. Let The Devil In was a most decidedly melodic album, with catchy riffs and hooks galore. Songs like “From The Black Coffin Lair” and “Discovering The

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I don’t know if I’ve made this explicit enough, but I’m infatuated with Dephosphorus. I can trust this disciplined, generous band to not let me down in each astral grind endeavor they explore at this point and Ravenous Solemnity further confirms this. It’s a very grounding (and fairly rare) feeling

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