Category Archive: Album Reviews

Mar 28

Warbringer- Woe to the Vanquished (2017)

March 31st, Warbringer finally releases their 5th full length after quite a bit of rockiness. It seems the current lineup could be here to stay. Maybe, maybe not, but all I know is that they put together a super solid record that I could listen to over and over without it getting old.  Use Facebook …

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Mar 23

Memoriam – For The Fallen (2017)

Death metal supergroup Memoriam is made up of Frank Healy (ex-Napalm Death), Andrew Whale (ex-Bolt Thrower), Scott Fairfax (ex-Benediction), and Karl Willetts (ex-Bolt Thrower). I know, quite a start. They’ve put out a few demos and are now releasing their first full-length March 24th via Nuclear Bast.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 18

Suicide Silence – Suicide Silence (2017)

Over a decade ago, Suicide Silence became one of the first to pioneer the metalcore community through their powerful performances and cutting edge take on the scene. They quickly began making a name for themselves with hard-hitting tracks such as  “Unanswered“, “Disengage” and “You Only Live Once”.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 13

Evocation – The Shadow Archetype (2017)

Starting out recording a couple demos, Evocation shook up the Swedish death metal scene with the sheer ferocity in their live shows and unique sound they produced with influences from many different areas. Despite their hiatus and lineup change many years ago, they eventually got back in the studio. They then recorded five full-length albums, …

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Mar 10

Havok – Conformicide (2017)

It’s been four years since Unnatural Selection which makes this the longest gap between albums they’ve had. But this record reflects the fact that the time they took to write was well used. This album was worth the wait.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Mar 02

The Charm The Fury – The Sick, Dumb & Happy 2017

Nuclear Blast Records and Arising Empire have teamed up and are pushing hard for up and coming metalcore band, The Charm The Fury. Hailing from the Netherlands, The Charm The Fury is persistently growing in popularity all throughout  Europe.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 27

Obituary – “Obituary” (2017)

Florida death metal pioneers Obituary are back at it again with their tenth studio album. The self-titled release via Relapse Records drops this March with a crushing blow to the eardrums of all nearby.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 25

Overkill – The Grinding Wheel (2017)

After eighteen albums and way more lineup changes than we can count, Overkill shows us you don’t need off the wall left field experimentation to bring something fresh to the table.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Feb 20

Kreator – Gods of Violence (2017)

So our favorite German thrash heroes are at it again. After fourteen albums you’d suspect that maybe Kreator might be risking reaching their “shelf life” and going stale like a few others who need not be named, but this album puts that fear to rest. Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Nov 16

Devilment – Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes (2016)

Devilment surprises greatly with their sophomore album Devilment II: The Mephisto Waltzes as it comes across as a heavier and darker album than their album debut The Great and Secret Show. It seems that the influence of Dani‘s dark and twisted mind finally caught up with Devilment as the album is just a dark tale …

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Oct 18

Seven Kingdoms – In The Walls EP (2016)

Florida’s most notorious power metal band is back. Seven Kingdoms just dropped their most recent EP titled In The Walls, which continues the developing sound that the band created on their latest album The Fire Is Mine (2012).  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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