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Arcane Roots - If Nothing Breaks, Nothing Moves (Single Review)

Yesterday, I received some amazing news that Arcane Roots has released its first single off their upcoming EP “Heaven & Earth.” Titled “If Nothing Breaks, Nothing Moves,” the song contains what fans have been craving since 2013: bone crushing riffs, passionate vocals, and heavy drum lines. 315 more words

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Album Review: Iwrestledabearonce - Hail Mary

(Note: Sorry for the massive wait between reviews, too busy pretending to have friends)

There comes a day in every metalcore kid’s musical career when they must put down their neon rainbow merch and synth-pad and briefly pretend to be… 567 more words

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iwrestledabearonce - Hail Mary review

iwrestledabearonce are a band which have picked up a bit of hate during their career, mostly due to their wackiness and people simply not taking them seriously, what with the band’s name and their song titles, with examples such as “Tastes Like Kevin Bacon”, “You Know That Ain’t Them Dogs Real Voices”, “That’s a Horse of a Different Color”, and so on. 574 more words

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Sein zum Tode — siamese second cousins never removed (2015)

Yo, yo, yo, here I am :)

I get almost satanic mood, when started to listen this guys from Columbia!
Loud guitars, mathematical rhythms and a lot of dissonant intervals — it’s all about it. 32 more words

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Pigeon Down - Commonwealth


Hello, we’ re back again with yet another review. We have some heavy stuff for you, this time from the United States. Pigeon Down is a three piece band from Virginia, U.S. 191 more words

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Muziek review: Haut&Court. - Troffea

Deze review is gepubliceerd op Zware Metalen, 3 juli 2015

Basement Apes industries, Eardrum terrorism Records, Grain of Sand Records, Swarm of Nails, Wooaaargh records, 2015… 79 more words

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Noise Trail Immersion – s\t EP (Italy, 2014)

Noise Trail Immersion are a 5-piece Italian mathcore band from Turin, offering a dark, frantic 8-string chaotic experience to our ears.
This self-titled EP was their debut, and while waiting for their first LP to come out in the near future I thought this first creation was interesting enough to be brought to your attention. 530 more words

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