Category Archive: Album Reviews

Jul 31

Nile – What Should Not be Unearthed (2015)

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Nile is perpetual. I hope everyone in the metal community has realized this fact. Being not only one of the most distinguished but also influential bands and musicians in death metal, it’s easy to understand why this band is everlasting. Nile has proved their legacy again with What Should Not be Unearthed. I swear this …

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Jul 29

Graveworm – Ascending Hate (2015)

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Italy has never released a more chilling act than Graveworm. This iconic band recently released their new album Ascending Hate. While this album is a bit slow at times, it reminds us that Graveworm is back to conquer. But with the return of guitarist Stefan Unterpertinger there is no way for Graveworm to weaken. So …

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Jul 25

Skinless – Only the Ruthless Remain (2015)


After ten years, us brutalers finally receive a genius album from Skinless! Not so much the soundclip and brutal-for-no-reason idea behind the classic Skinless sound – this band reinvented themselves, grew up enough to where the material is much more polished but regardless can still emerge with the most intense brutal death metal ever known! …

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Jul 06

Between the Buried and Me – Coma Ecliptic (2015)

It seems like Between the Buried And Me regain power with every new album; one of those situations where the whole “YOU THINK THE LAST ALBUM WAS GOOD” theme comes into play. Yeah but really. Parallax II is amazing, but something about Coma Ecliptic will emerge BTBAM out of that “proggy space pothole” thing into …

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Jul 02

Kataklysm – Of Ghosts and Gods (2015)

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If there’s one thing I can say about Kataklysm in 2015, it’s that they will prevail. Of Ghosts and Gods is by far the most impressive material I’ve heard from Kataklysm as if recently. This album contains ample amounts of ruination right next to adept composition. This is essential to listen to in 2015. Use …

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Jul 01

Death Angel – The Bay Calls for Blood (2015)

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If there’s one time I would pick to see Death Angel, it would be performing in their hometown of San Francisco. But until then, I have their live album! This release with the clever title of The Bay Calls for Blood is the ultimate live release. Combining the material of the heart-racing thrashers with a …

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Jun 29

Thy Art is Murder- Holy War (2015)

Thy Art Is Murder - Holy War - Artwork

Produced in secret this past winter Thy Art is Murder recorded their third studio album and second release with Nuclear Blast.  After the acclaim of Hate and the intense touring; the band is utilized the momentum to put together their most confronting release yet.  Of course this new album already has controversy buzzing around it, …

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Jun 22

Borealis – Purgatory (2015)


Canadian progpower metal band Borealis has been around since 2005 with their first album released in 2008, after 10 years and 2 studio album, this band native of Ontario, Canada is releasing their third studio album, and one of the heaviest records to hit the market this year. Their style fluctuate between the influences of …

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May 27

Paradise Lost – The Plague Within (2015)


For the last 27 years Paradise Lost have become one of the main contributors to the gothic metal sound, they were there when all started, side by side with Type O Negative, Tiamat, Moonspell, and so on. They are the reason many of us love this genre, and embrace darkness, melancholy and sorrow just as …

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May 19

Tesseract – Scala/Odyssey ‘Live audio’ (2015)


British quintet TesseracT has been active and constantly evolving since their international break through in 2011 with their album One, they are now releasing their first live CD/DVD titled Scala/Odyssey, which basically is a trip through their two first albums. What makes this album different is not that the video portion of the album was …

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May 05

Korpiklaani – Noita (2015)

Korpiklaani - Noita

I will say openly to begin with that this girl has a pretty big bias for folk music, so it will be rather hard for me not to enjoy the new Korpiklaani release. Either way, Nuclear Blast and Korpiklaani have come together again after a three-year wait to release the band’s ninth and one of their best albums …

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