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Obscura Prepare First New Album in Four Years; Launch Digital Tab Book

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German progressive metal masters OBSCURA will enter Dreamsound Studios this April to begin recording drums for their highly anticipated new album and first full-length in over four years. 213 more words


Blitzkrieg 2: ...And Kill All the Nazis Along the Way

For this week, I decide to revisit death metal. This is something I haven’t done in a quite a long time, since lately I tend to find myself writing darker music, rather than hard and heavy stuff. 16 more words


Horror Movie Music: Cannibal Corpse Brings It With A Skeletal Domain in Las Vegas

Horror movies exist and are popular because the allow us to explore our uncomfortable fight or flight feelings without actually being in any danger. Kids can’t parse the reality with the fiction and have more trouble sleeping at night after a well paced ghost story or scream filled blood bath. 649 more words

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Ara - Devourer of Worlds (Review)

This is the début album from Technical Death Metal band Ara.

This is Technical Death Metal with plenty of brutality. They may have the required complexity of a band playing this style but they’re not above just lashing out and shredding either. 161 more words


Holotropic - Permeate (Review)

Holotropic are from Slovakia and play Progressive Technical Extreme Metal. This is their début album.

I wasn’t sure what this was going to sound like and was afraid it was going to be some wishy-washy, formless nonsense. 312 more words


Album in Focus: The Wreckage of Stars - Black Crown Initiate (2014)

Some great albums are only discovered the year after they are released. This is one of them.

Black Crown Initiate is a band hailing from Reading, Pennsylvania, and their… 423 more words


Despondent - Awakening the Elder Gods

 Holy. Fucking. Shit. I should’ve known what I was getting myself into when I simply just saw the band logo which I had a hard time reading. 241 more words

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