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“Aeternam – Ruins of Empires” – 2017 CD REVIEW

"Aeternam - Ruins of Empires" - 2017 CD REVIEW by Nabil Hossam Aeternam is a melodic death/symphonic metal band from Quebec, Canada. The band is known for its Middle Eastern influences and so far they have released 2 successful releases. Ruins of Empires is their third album, it’s a great follow

“Mouth of the Architect” Path of Eight 2016 CD-REVIEW

"Mouth of the Architect" Path of Eight 2016 CD-REVIEW by Nabil Hossam Mouth of the Architect is a post-metal band from Ohio, United States. The band formed in 2003 and it consists of five members: Jason Watkins [vocals & keyboards], Steve Brooks and John Lakes [guitar & vocals], Evan Danielson [bass

“Opeth” Sorceress – 2016 CD-REVIEW

"Opeth" Sorceress – 2016 CD-REVIEW by Nabil Hossam Opeth, as we all know, are progressive death metal pioneers from Sweden. Led by their vocalist and mastermind Mikael Åkerfeldt. The band was formed on 1989 and since then they have come up with many successful and outstanding releases that left a mark

January 2017 “Albums Reviews”

by Nabil Hossam Elemento Elemento is a progressive metal/djent metal band from Italy. It’s a trio project formed in 2009. Many people don’t consider “djent” as a genre as it’s a sub-genre of progressive metal (which is a sub-genre itself), but it’s a way to identify that kind of music. So let’s

“HJEL” Kalte Asche – 2016 CD REVIEWS

Hjel is a one-man atmospheric/melodic black metal project, coming from Germany. Max, the mastermind plays the guitar, bass and performs the vocals of this project. Kalte Asche is the debut, and what a great start. The album is what atmospheric black metal fans want to hear. So let’s talk about it: The

“DESTRAGE” A Means to No End – 2016 CD REVIEWS

If you don’t know them already Destrage is a metalcore band coming from Italy. This band, unlike many metalcore bands nowadays, doesn’t introduce mediocre or traditional metalcore albums. You can see that from the effort they exert and the quality of music they introduce as a metalcore band. After three successful albums

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