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Ward XVI – The Art Of Manipulation

Up for review today is the rather interesting concept album called The Art Of Manipulation from our fellow freaks on Ward XVI. They have come together to tell the tale of a female psychopath who has been locked away in a high security asylum whom, through exploring her past, develops …

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VUUR – In This Moment We Are Free – Cities

VUUR is a purely magical experience for fans of The Gathering, Gentle Storm and her work with the incredible Devin Townsend. Anneke van Giersbergen formed VUUR in 2016, Anneke decided for the sake of clarity to narrow her musical focus, choosing to go in an acoustic direction as a solo …

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In This Moment – Ritual

Up for review today we have the long awaited upcoming 6th album release ‘Ritual’ from the incredible In This Moment. In March 2016, Maria and Chris commenced writing for what would become the new record with long time collaborator producer Kevin Churko (Five Finger Death Punch, Ozzy Osbourne). Maria visited …

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The Birthday Massacre – Under Your Spell

Up for review today is the outstanding new album ‘Under Your Spell‘ from the incredibly talented ‘The Birthday Massacre‘. For those of you who are unfamiliar with the band here is a little background on their development and their exciting journey to date: in 1999 the band formed, independently produced …

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Decennium by Seven Kingdoms

Up for review today is the fifth installment from the incredible Seven Kingdoms ‘Decennium’. For those readers who are unfamiliar with the band Seven Kingdoms are an American power metal band who first formed in 2007 in DeLand, Florida. They have undergone a journey including few line up adaptations to …

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Enemy of Reality – Arakhne

Ladies and gentleman it is time for the second album release ‘Arakhne’ from the enchanting Enemy of Reality and it is a killer of an album for all you Greek mythology and arachnid fans. The title of the album ‘Arakhne’ gives the fans a glimpse into the web of music …

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Lordi, London Islington Academy, 20/11/16

Any of you who have seen Lordi in concert before know that you are in for a show full of theatrics and riffs to challenge hell itself and last night didn’t disappoint in the slightest…. The lights were dimmed, background music cut out and attention of the crowd was drawn …

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Jinjer – King of Everything

Jinjer are a Ukrainian metal band with a difference, they infuse groove with progressive metal to create a truly unique outcome which is something truly captivating for the ears of yours truly. They somehow manage to captivate a variety of different genres and show their influences throughout their previous releases …

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Theatre des Vampires – Candyland

Theatres des Vampires are an Italian gothic metal band with seductive tones to tempt the most innocent of listeners to take a step into the darkness. I’ll give you a little insight into the band name itself, the members were inspired by the fictional Parisian theatre where vampires would pose …

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Delain – Moonbathers

I am lucky enough to be able to review my first ever Delain album and what can I say.  This is most certainly an album which really packs a ‘Suckerpunch’. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Delain (you are about to be introduced to a slice of heaven) they …

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Nervosa – Agony

Let me start by giving you a small introduction to the deadly Nervosa: originating from Sao Paulo, Brazil, they began forming in 2010 and finally became the line up we love in 2013 with the arrival of Prika Ferraz on drums.  This created this unit of metal awesomeness, and they began …

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Rob Zombie – The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, the living and the undead I summon you on this occasion to witness my review of the spine tingling master’s first solo studio album since Venomous Rat Regeneration Vendor, Mr Rob Zombie’s The Electric Warlock Acid Witch Satanic Orgy Celebration Dispenser (released 29/04/16). As …

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Butcher Babies, Talking Heads Southampton, 24/4/16

The gig kicked off with a slight hiccup as the Butcher Babies and Sumo Cyco were heading to Southampton from Birmingham leading them to travel through London whilst the marathon was in full swing.  Thankfully the guys and girl of Guilty as Charged were there to save the day and …

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Skarlett Riot – Sentience

Skarlett Riot are set to release their new EP ‘Sentience‘ next month and I was very happy to take on the task of reviewing it for PlanetMosh. The EP has a broad variance in sound ranging from track to track and the release has an overall feel that would attract fans …

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Persona – Elusive Reflections

Up for review today are Persona.  An alternative metal band raising hell from the land of Tunisia by using their fusion of modern metal with riffs of kings, synths and orchestration.  Person are a six piece band who can raise riffs and tones that would please the gods! The album …

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Petrol Girls – Some Thing EP

Up for review today is the upcoming EP Some Thing by Petrol Girls; a post-hardcore four piece London based feminist band. The Petrol Girls write about the problems they face upon their lifetime and the struggles we have had to face which they portray very well throughout their varied tracks …

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