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Thenighttimeproject ‘Pale Season’ Album Review

Thenighttimeproject ‘Pale Season’ Album Review By Adam McCann Debemur Morti Productions/2019 Their departure from Swedish death/doom masters Katatonia in 2009/10 may have come as a shock, but brothers Fredrik and Mattias Norrman soon began to develop their new venture. This would become Thenighttimeproject, the band releasing their eponymous debut album in 2016. This

Locotus ‘Through Flames Arise’ Album Review

Locotus ‘Through Flames Arise’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/2018/Metalcore Over the previous fifteen years, offerings from Locotus have been sporadic at best. However, last year, the Australian band managed to sneak out their latest EP ‘Through Flames Arise’ to as expected, a rather quiet response. So, what does ‘Through Flames Arise’ actually

Brightlight City ‘The Harmony & The Chaos’ Album Review

Brightlight City ‘The Harmony & The Chaos’ Album Review By Adam McCann Undead Collective Records/Alternative Rock/Post-Hardcore/Emo Brightlight City managed to steal the hearts of the music community back in 2017 with their EP ‘Our Future’s Not Dead’ and from the relative success of this EP, the wait began for the south England band

Texas Hippie Coalition ‘High In The Saddle’ Album Review

Texas Hippie Coalition ‘High In The Saddle’ Album Review By Adam McCann eOne Music/Southern/Groove Metal Is there any other band which mixes the Texan swagger, southern charm and good ol’ groove as well as Texas Hippie Coalition? These guys have been drinkin’, cussin’ and fightin’ their way through the desert of heavy metal

Fractal Universe “Rhizomes of Insanity” Album Review

Fractal Universe "Rhizomes of Insanity" Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Technical/Progressive Death Metal France’s Fractal Universe exploded onto the scene two years ago with their superb debut album ‘Engram of Decline’. That album stole the hearts of critics and fans alike who then began to eagerly await the next offering from

Exomnia Released New EP

Exomnia Released New EP Greek Melodic Death Metal band Exomnia released their debut EP «Aftermath». The EP was recorded between July and November 2018 in "Blueberry productions Co", and mixed/mastered by Kofinas Kostas. https://exomniaband.bandcamp.com/releases Exomnia was formed in 2017 at Thessaloniki, Greece by Nick Chatzisavvoglou (guitar) and Giannis Panitsas (bass). Soon after Alex Christanis (vocals), Dino George

ENFORCER – Unveil Second “Zenith” Track By Track Episode!

Unveil Second "Zenith" Track By Track Episode! Last Friday, Swedish metallers ENFORCER released their highly-anticipated studio albumZenith via Nuclear Blast. Today the group has unveiled the final track by track trailer, in which Olof and Jonas tell more details about the record's second half. Watch now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1uTlW_7RxUU 06. Sail On 07. One Thousand Years Of Darkness 08. Thunder And Hell 09. Forever We Worship

ELUVEITIE DEBUT HURDY GURDY PLAYTHROUGH FOR “DEATHWALKER”

ELUVEITIE DEBUT HURDY GURDY PLAYTHROUGH FOR “DEATHWALKER” *BAND TO CO-HEADLINE FALL NORTH AMERICAN TOUR WITH KORPIKLAANI***NEW RECORD, ATEGNATOS, OUT NOW VIA NUCLEAR BLAST RECORDS** Swiss folk metal superstars ELUVEITIE have partnered with GearGods.net today to reveal a playthrough video for their song “Deathwalker” from their newly released, critically acclaimed record, Ategnatos. The new video features a

CANNIBAL CORPSE To Begin North American Run With Slayer, Lamb Of God, And Amon Amarth

CANNIBAL CORPSE To Begin North American Run With Slayer, Lamb Of God, And Amon Amarth CANNIBAL CORPSE will kick off their North American tour supporting Slayer this week. The journey begins May 2nd in Phoenix, Arizona and runs through sixteen cities, concluding on May 25th in Mansfield, Massachusetts. Additional support will be

Slay The Sanity – A New Beginning

Slay The Sanity - A New Beginning Now that more and more metalheads voice their griefs over the long-gone classical MDM works and the modernization of the genre, Narayama, the debut full-length from Russian quintet Slay My Sanity is just what they all need. Basically, Narayama is a recap of the band’s

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