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Transitions in Traditional Metal

By Austin Weimer

Many longtime champions of metal are starting to take their sound into new and unfamiliar directions to their fan base. Ramping up the intensity of guitar playing and harsh vocals has certainly worked for bands that formed in the late eighties and nineties. 605 more words


Review: Down I Go's You’re Lucky God, That I Cannot Reach You

Alt rockers Down I Go have an interesting and surprisingly long-lasting career that has seen them break up and now reform after being offered an opportunity to record a new album in Iceland. 567 more words


Between The Buried And Me NZ Tour

Between the Buried and Me NZ tour 2016:

February 21 – Auckland, Kings Arms
February 22 – Wellington, Valhalla
February 23 – Christchurch, Dux Live


Gorod - A Maze of Recycled Creeds (Review)

Gorod are a Death Metal band from France and this is their fifth album.

The band play Technical Death Metal and play it pretty damn well. 309 more words


Between The Buried And Me @ Gorilla, Manchester

WORDS: Laura McCarthy, PHOTOS: Laura McCarthy

With a hugely successful album released earlier this year, BETWEEN THE BURIED AND ME have set themselves some pretty high standards when it came to touring. 973 more words

Live Reviews

Mini-Reviews: Cattle Decapitation, Between the Buried and Me, Nile, Cradle of Filth, Iron Maiden, Soilwork, Death Angel and Motörhead.

For the past few days I have been listening to a lot of my new albums and/or purchases and trying to write reviews for them. If you remember when I came back from Ireland I said that I would try to avoid doing new album reviews as it takes me ages to fully absorb a new album and then again ages to do a decent write-up on them. 1,848 more words

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