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After The Burial – ‘Evergreen’ Album Review

After The Burial - ‘Evergreen’ Album Review By Adam McCann Sumerian Records/Progressive Metalcore/Deathcore There isn’t a need to search far before finding prefixes such as technical, progressive, blackened or melodic attached to numerous subgenres. Therefore, it isn’t long before looking at After The Burial (ATB) and finding the word progressive attached to either

Nervcast – ‘Two Weeks Notice’ Album Review

Nervcast - ‘Two Weeks Notice’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Hard Rock/Heavy Metal It was difficult for Nervcast to not hit the ground running with their enjoyable debut album ‘Locked And Loaded’ being released last year and following this, the Canadian metalheads are releasing their latest EP ‘Two Weeks Notice’. The difference between

Leathürbitch – ‘Into The Night’ Album Review

Leathürbitch - ‘Into The Night’ Album Review By Adam McCann High Roller Records/Heavy Metal/Speed Metal Leathürbitch made quite a bit of commotion with their debut EP last year and now, the band are striking whilst the iron is hot by delivering their first full length studio album ‘Into The Night’. Following almost perfectly on

Zaum – ‘Divination’ Album Review

Zaum - ‘Divination’ Album Review By Adam McCann I Hate Records/Doom Metal Within their short existence, Zaum have created an excellent world within the rich-jungle scape of the Indian sub-continent; albums such as ‘Oracles’ and ‘Eidolon’  have built a solid reputation for the band. This year has the masters of psychedelic mantra doom

Autopilot – ‘Afterglow’ Album Review

Autopilot - ‘Afterglow’ Album Review By Adam McCann Independent Release/Alternative/Indie Rock Across the water in North America, Autopilot have become one of the hardest working bands in Canada. This band relentlessly tours, with their hard work beginning to pay off to the rumblings of international attention through the release of their fourth album

Atrophy – ‘Chemical Dependency’ Album Review

Atrophy - ‘Chemical Dependency’ Album Review By Adam McCann VicRecords/Thrash Metal To some, the Arizona band epitomises a time when thrash metal was in its prime, ruling the airwaves with its bullet belts, leathers and spikes. This year has Atrophy re-release ‘Chemical Dependency’, their original 1987 demo recordings for the first time on

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