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“Amerakin Overdose” Marking the Decade Cd-Review

"Amerakin Overdose" Marking the Decade by Michael Aronovitz When I say “Marking the Decade,” I mean “defining it,” but Amerakin Overdose seems to have little interest in broad generalizations that would create pockets and safe-havens other projects might use to cement their own brands. Amerakin Overdose made a distinct mold and

“Unleash the Archers” CD REVIEW

"Unleash the Archers" CD REVIEW by Adam McCann "Apex" Napalm Records 2017 Apex Predators Up until signing with Napalm Records, Unleash the Archers had been bubbling along in their home of Canada for half a decade before gathering worldwide attention with their 3rd album, ‘Time Stands Still’ in 2015. Although reception to ‘Time

“PRONG” CD REVIEW

"PRONG" "Hower it will end" CD REVIEW by Geir Olaisen Prong is probably one of the most productive bands around, 4 albums the last 3 years.One should belive that would affect the quality, but Tommy Victor is a man who has alot on his mind and Prong make quality Thrash/Crossover/groove metal.

“Dream Evil” CD REVIEW

"Dream Evil" CD REVIEW by Adam McCann Six Century Media 2017 Six is the Antidote Some things in life just go really well together, black and white, fish and chips, chicken and mayonnaise and heavy metal and cheese. Over the years, heavy metal has shamelessly adopted many clichés and we love them, sometimes,

“Iced Earth” CD REVIEW

"Iced Earth" CD REVIEW by Iced Earth "Incorruptible" Century Media 2017 Clear the Way! It has been somewhat of a rollercoaster for Iced Earth during the past few years. Since the release of the rather average ‘Plagues of Babylon’ in 2014, guitarist and all round General of Iced Earth, Jon Schaffer had to

“Vampire” With Primeval Force

"Vampire" With Primeval Force Cd-Review by Adam McCann Century Media Records 2017 "Vampire deliver some bite" Death metal and Sweden have a special relationship, from the chainsaw attack of Entombed to the more progressive flair of Meshuggah and Opeth, to melodic scene of Gothenburg that spawned bands such as At the Gates,

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