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Orodruin ‘Ruins Of Eternity’ Album Review

Orodruin ‘Ruins Of Eternity’ Album Review By Adam McCann Cruz Del Sur Music/Doom Metal Who would have thought that it has been sixteen years since Orodruin released their debut album ‘Epicurean Mass’? But after much waiting, the American doom outfit finally return with their sophomore album ‘Ruins Of Eternity’. Every so often, an album

Brain Puppet ‘The World Alight’ Album Review

Brain Puppet ‘The World Alight’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Alternative Rock Throughout the last 20 years, there has been a revival in the alternative genre towards bands cranking up the noise and delivering powerful, addictive, DIY music. One such band are Brain Puppet, as the Swedish alt rockers deliver their debut

Mobius New Video Out

Mobius New Video Out Mobius has released the second video from their upcoming album "Kala" which is scheduled to be released on January 30th 2020. Check out the video below Special thanks to Mobius and Heli.   MHF Magazine/Keith Clement  

Lamassu ‘Into The Empty’ Album Review

Lamassu ‘Into The Empty’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Doom Metal/Stoner Recently formed from the Australian doom and stoner scene, featuring members of Motherslug and Field, Lamassu have been beavering away to deliver their debut album ‘Into The Empty’. This album has been written whilst the creative juices and honeymoon period of a

SCOUR Announces The Black EP; Free Bathory Cover To See Release On Black Friday + New Video Now Playing At Revolver

SCOUR Announces The Black EP; Free Bathory Cover To See Release On Black Friday + New Video Now Playing At Revolver View / Share SCOUR's Bathory Cover At THIS LOCATION   SCOUR -- the extreme metal unit featuring Philip H. Anselmo (Pantera, Down, Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, Superjoint etc.), John Jarvis (Agoraphobic Nosebleed), Derek Engemann (Philip H.

Twilight Force ‘Dawn Of The Dragonstar’ Album Review

Twilight Force ‘Dawn Of The Dragonstar’ Album Review By Adam McCann Nuclear Blast Records/Symphonic Power Metal It is very difficult to not give a wry smile at the very mention of Twilight Force, the band which blend ‘Dungeons & Dragons’, with symphony and power metal. This band of adventurers struggled through their second

DragonForce Extreme Power Metal Album Review

DragonForce Extreme Power Metal Album Review By Adam McCann earMusic Record/Power Metal DragonForce, the band which conjures up images of blisteringly fast guitars, singalong chorus’ and Guitar Hero video games; but who would have thought that that was thirteen years ago? Since then DragonForce have become a parody of themselves, bloated and excessive

Lacuna Coil ‘Black Anima’ Album Review

Lacuna Coil ‘Black Anima’ Album Review By Adam McCann Century Media Records/Alternative Metal Lacuna Coil needed to do something following their 2016 album ‘Delirium’, this album was received lukewarmly by fans of the band and was the beneficiary of a harsh mauling from critics. Taking this in their stride, the Italian powerhouse returned

Novembers Doom ‘Nephilim Grove’ Album Review

Novembers Doom ‘Nephilim Grove’ Album Review By Adam McCann Prophecy Productions/Death/Doom Metal Novembers Doom have had an illustrious past within the death/doom genre. Throughout the last three decades, the band have released album after album of highly regarded metal with many fans and critics citing their work as definitive albums of death/doom. More

Pist ‘Hailz’ Album Review

Pist ‘Hailz’ Album Review By Adam McCann APF Records/Stoner Metal/Heavy Metal Given their very short life-span, Pist have made quite a name for themselves on the UK metal scene. Playing a brand of stoner that encroaches on both doom and groove metal at times, the Bury band hit the ground hard with their

NEVERMORE GUITAR ANTHOLOGY

NEVERMORE GUITAR ANTHOLOGY AVAILABLE NOW! "The Guitar Anthology" features guitar tab and notation for 10 songs from the Nevermore catalog. All songs were transcribed note for note from the original recordings by Heathen/Exodus (live) guitarist Kragen Lum and former Nevermore guitarist Steve Smyth. Learn how to play the songs exactly as played

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