Category: Album Reviews

Aug 26

Delain – Moonbathers (2016)

There are some albums out there that impact upon your life in a very  singular way, some of their lyrics speak to you and for an odd reason, they reflect on what is going in your life at that very moment. Delain‘s new album Moonbathers is that kind of album for me at this moment. …

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Aug 11

Sodom – Decision Day (2016)

Sodom has unleashed a new beast. Their new album Decision Day introduces a new demon to the larger picture, but it’s still hell that Sodom describes. They use Sodom’s trademark thrash velocity, but at times it’s diminished by a combination of melody and groove. Overall, this is by far the most unique Sodom album. While …

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Apr 22

Abnormality – Mechanisms of Omniscience (2016)

What’s death metal without melting faces? With all of the brutality and technicality behind Abnormality’s Mechanisms of Omniscience, there will sure be face melting. Death metal’s most insane modern band will blow listeners away with their debut Metal Blade Records release. With every face-punching riff, hard-hitting blast beats, and raw vocalizing you will be ripped …

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Apr 18

Destruction – Under Attack (2016)

In 2016 Destruction is set to release their newest album Under Attack, and it only continues to strengthen their chokehold in thrash metal. One of the defining factors about Destruction is their material has always been raw while also adding rapidity. But unlike their other albums, this one practically sounds like a mutant as it …

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Apr 07

Fallujah – Dreamless (2016)

Every band has that one album that’s the introduction to their professional career as a band. For Fallujah, this album is their newest release Dreamless. The band’s third full-length embodies not only a new awakening but also new discoveries. The significance behind this is not only how it identifies a band’s growth, but it’s also …

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Mar 31

Aborted – Retrogore (2016)

Have you ever not listened to Aborted and felt like some maniac was gorging through an open wound. Are you not surprised that their new album Retrogore sounds like a power trip on meth and virgin blood? If you answered yes to the previous questions, then you should totally check out this album! Use Facebook …

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Feb 04

Delain – Lunar Prelude EP (2016)

Since I discovered Delain back in 2007 they have fascinated me on both the studio and live form. Their sound has changed since Lucidity as with every record they just push themselves forward and forward surpassing expectations with every album they release.  Use Facebook to Comment on this Post

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Jan 11

Exmortus – Ride Forth (2016)

Out of all of the bands to emerge from this modern era, no one is as distinctive as Exmortus. Their epic and riff-happy tracks are provoking everyone in their wake. They coined a sound that almost sounds like a madness of swords and shields. Mixed with harsh vocals, deep tones and rapid drumming this band …

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Jan 06

Avantasia – Ghostlights (2016)

The lords of ‘a world beyond human imagination’ have returned as Avantasia is ready to release worldwide their new album Ghostlights. On this album, we see a reminiscence on the sound of Avantasia to some of their early works like the Metal Operas (I & II) and The Scarecrow era. Use Facebook to Comment on this …

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Dec 15

Amaranthe – Breaking Points – B sides 2011- 2015

Once again Amaranthe surprises us with yet another interesting release, last year they released their album Massive Addictive, and since then they have toured the world non-stop including North America twice this year. To continue the cycle of Massive Addictive they recently released an acoustic album titled Breaking Points – B sides 2011- 2015.  Use Facebook …

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Dec 11

Miguel’s Top 20 albums of 2015 

As every year, we dive into a full year of music to select those albums that in one way or another impacted us the most. This year I personally enjoyed each one of this released at their time they came out, and the majority of them are still in heavy rotation within my iPhone. So …

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