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Ministry – AmeriKKKant REVIEW

Ministry AmeriKKKant Nuclear Blast Records 2018 Al Jourgensen, he knows words, he knows the best words Uncle Al Jourgensen has never had any trouble expressing himself and this has never failed to appear when discussing the politics of the USA. These views spill consistently spill over into Ministry, usually manifesting themselves into the aggressive form

Orphaned Land – Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs REVIEW

Orphaned Land Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs Century Media Records 2018 The Wanderer’s Return Even within their respective field, Orphaned Land are relatively unique; the Israeli band manages to blend the ethnic music of the area with progressive metal elements such as odd time signatures, virtuoso playing and exceptional vocals. It is no lie that

Bloodbath – Nightmares Made Flesh REVIEW

Bloodbath Nightmares Made Flesh Century Media Records 2004 Relentless Hunger As much as the label can be both a blessing and curse, Bloodbath are a death metal ‘supergroup’ formed by Mikael Åkerfeldt, Dan Swanö, Anders Nyström and Jonas Renkse in 2002. In true supergroup style, by the release of their second album ‘Nightmares Made Flesh’,

Blaze Bayley The Redemption of William Black: Infinite Entanglement Part III Album Review

Blaze Bayley The Redemption of William Black: Infinite Entanglement Part III Album Review By Adam McCann Blaze Bayley Records 2018 Stand and Fight It has been an extremely busy three-year slog for Blaze Bayley, a trilogy of albums released and toured since 2016 is no small feat. The ‘Infinite Entanglement’ series has been some

Garhelenth—About Pessimistic Elements and Rebirth of Tragedy album review

Garhelenth—About Pessimistic Elements and Rebirth of Tragedy Album review by Monica Redwine This is my first encounter with the band Garhelenth and I must say I was impressed to find they are a 2-member black metal band from Armenia. The band consists of Hilnorgoth, the vocalist, lyricist and guitarist, and Sagroth

Swirl – Review

Swirl - Review by Michael Aronovitz Rockers Building a Fortress I use the word “building” in my title, because California rockers Swirl aren’t done yet. They are at that awesome start of what will arguably become a magnificent journey, similar to when you decide to change your life, and you walk outside taking

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