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Intensive Square - "ANYTHING THAT MOVES" Review

I know that my links to reviews on other websites don’t seem to get viewed much, but this time I urge anyone who sees this to check out my review of Wales’ own Intensive Square’s debut album “Anything That Moves” … 50 more words

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album review:Between the Buried and Me - The Parallax II: Future Sequence

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Typically any ‘metal’ band that has a name longer than 1 or 2 words isn’t typically just a metal band.  Progressive Metal is probably the best description, although the music veers to technical death metal, progressive rock, and acoustic with pretty vocals. 327 more words

Coprocephalic-The Oath of Relinquishment

The oat of Relinquishment is a brutal powerhouse for technical death metal with a wide range of guest vocalists this album truly is a gem that i found out of coincidence all in all this shot up to one of my favourite albums the guttural growls by larry wang with guest appearances from  Angel Ochoa, Blue Jensen, and Matti Way make this album a must just for the vocals. 122 more words

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OGOTAY signed to Selfmadegod Records


Polish death metal quartet OGOTAY has just signed a deal with Selfmadegod Records to release their new full length entitled “Dead God’s Prophet”. The band including Marcin Świerczyński (YATTERING) – bass, vocals, Artur Piotrowski (MESS AGE) – guitar, Andrzej Peszel – guitar, Szymon Andryszczak (PANDEMONIUM) – drums recorded 8 new songs in G Studio sometime in 2014. 205 more words

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Double Review: Irreversible Mechanism and Ur Draugr

A few weeks ago I was hunting the internet for interesting new metal I overlooked. I ran across this list. After a quick listen and reading the descriptions, I thought Irreversible Mechanism’s… 464 more words

Album Review: Allegaeon - Elements of The Infinite - Part 2 (Track-by-track)

This is the second part of my review of Allegaeon’s Elements of The Infinite. The first half can be read here.

FUCK! Totally was not expecting the suddenness of the next song ”Gravimetric Time Dilation”. 721 more words

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