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Neaera ‘Nearea’ Album Review

Neaera ‘Nearea’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Melodic Death Metal/Metalcore/Deathcore Neaera are one of Germany’s most beloved melodic death metal bands, yet in 2015, the band shocked the metal world by announcing their split. However, just less than three years later, Neaera returned after a significant demand and yet it has

Intronaut ‘Fluid Existential Inversions’ Album Review

Intronaut ‘Fluid Existential Inversions’ Album Review By Adam McCann Metal Blade Records/Progressive/Post-Metal Intronaut have been on the scene since 2006 when the progressive metal/post-metal band released their debut album ‘Void’. In the following 14 years, the Californian band have worked exceptionally hard delivering top drawer progressive metal and although it has been five

Discharge ‘Protest and Survive: The Anthology’ Album Review

Discharge ‘Protest and Survive: The Anthology’ Album Review By Adam McCann BMG Records/Hardcore Punk Dig beneath British punk bands like Sex Pistols, The Clash and The Damned and you’ll find later additions to the scene; a plethora of bands which although never hit the same commercial heights but all added something darker, twisted

The World Alive ‘Monomania’ Album Review

The World Alive ‘Monomania’ Album Review By Adam McCann Fearless Records/Metalcore/Post-Hardcore/Alternative Metal As a band, The World Alive (TWA) have created a strong, powerful and rabid following over the last decade. This is partly down to TWA relentlessly touring and releasing albums, a never-ending cycle which has seen them grow from young Metalcore

Rattenfänger ‘Geisslerlieder’ Album Review

Rattenfänger ‘Geisslerlieder’ Album Review By Adam McCann Dark Essence Records/Death Metal It has been some time since Rattenfänger last graced us with any sort of release. The Ukrainian death metal outfit which features members of Drudkh, Blood of Kingu , Hate Forest and Dark Ages last released their debut studio album ‘Epistolae Obscurorum

FUNERAL LEECH: Cvlt Nation Premieres “Morbid Transcendence” From New York City Death/Doom Conjurors; Death Meditation Debut Nears Release Via Carbonized Records

FUNERAL LEECH: Cvlt Nation Premieres "Morbid Transcendence" From New York City Death/Doom Conjurors; Death Meditation Debut Nears Release Via Carbonized Records "For FUNERAL LEECH, death is a new beginning. It's the place where destructive and decaying sounds bubble up from the darkness to remind us of our frailty..." -- Cvlt Nation   Stream /

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