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Mosh Pits in the Post-Randy Blythe Era

Now that the dust has settled on this event, I feel that it is the right time to examine what happened at this concert.  There has been much debate about what was appropriate in this situation, and who is to blame for the outcome of this event.   561 more words

Metal

Mammal’s 21-Year Hit Parade: 1995 / #4 and #3

Oil and water, that’s what we have today. First, viscous sludge that oozes through cracks and fissures deep underground; then hard rock, which has become the modern pop music of metal people. 52 more words

Hard Rock

Open Tomb - Dead Weight


New Zealand Funeral Doom / Sludge trio Open Tomb follow up their warmly received split with Meth Drinker and ‘Servants of Slow’ cassette with a new LP entitled Dead Weight. 258 more words

Doom Metal

Lumbar - The First And Last Days Of Unwelcome (Review)

Coming from the US, Lumbar play Sludge and this is their début.

On the first day, I have to say that I love the album cover. 185 more words

Metal

Mammal’s 21-Year Hit Parade: 1994 / #6 and #5

The hit parade of the last one-third of my life continues. So does the last one-third of my life, I’m pleased to say. I have to live for a looong time because the world is so full of beautiful music. 30 more words

Amorphis

Mastodon - "Once More 'Round the Sun" - ALBUM REVIEW

Mastodon “Once More ‘Round the Sun”

Atlantan progressive metal group Mastodon has been consistent in remaining one of the genre’s most charismatic and talented bands. The group effortlessly combines sludge metal, psychedelic rock, doom metal, stoner rock, and hard rock in ways that are always interesting. 581 more words

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Mortals- Cursed to See the Future

Back in the earliest days of heavy music, little or no attention was paid to exact genre classification. “Heavy metal” wasn’t really self-applied as a descriptor by bands until well into the 70s; the terms was used more or less interchangeably with “hard rock” and others to describe a wide variety of groups from Bad Company to Black Sabbath. 508 more words

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