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Metal Reviews

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Fozzy – Judas (, )
16th October 2017 -

Fozzy are one of those bands who over the last decade or so have straddled the fence between hard rock and metal very effectively. With The Duke, Rich Ward and Chris Jericho as the co-captains of the band, they’ve come out with some great singles and a couple of really great albums (and several more “good” ones) over the course… Read More »

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Cradle Of Filth - Cryptoriana - The Seductiveness Of Decay Album Cover
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Cradle of Filth – Cryptoriana (The Seductiveness of Decay) (, , )
6th October 2017 -

In my personal opinion Cradle of Filth are one of the most underrated and underappreciated bands in metal today. They have been consistently brilliant for the better part of a quarter of a century but still remain overlooked. It is mind-boggling to me, but with that said their latest album Cryptoriana (The Seductiveness of Decay) is yet another gem to… Read More »

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Trivium – The Sin And The Sentence (, )
4th October 2017 -

Trivum are a band who feel like they are at a crossroads. With 2011’s In Waves having been their most acclaimed album since their breakthrough on Ascendancy, to some they then lost some of that momentum with Vengeance Falls (2013) and Silence In The Snow (2015). What shape do Trivium take in 2017 with The Sin And The Sentence? In… Read More »

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Mastodon – Cold Dark Place (, )
28th September 2017 -

Mastodon never do anything by halves. Whether they are dropping mind-bending concept albums, or casually just putting out one of the albums of the year this past March, they are always keeping people on their toes. So some six months after their blistering album ‘Emperor of Sand’ they have decided to grace us all with a 4 track EP called… Read More »

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Nothing More – The Stories We Tell Ourselves (, , , )
26th September 2017 -

Four years ago, Nothing More exploded into the musical consciousness of their self-titled album. A wonderful release full of genre-defying songs that would flit between rock to full on metal and back again in the blink of an eye. An album that needed time investing in it to appreciate it on every level, but when time was given to it,… Read More »