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Savage Messiah – The Fateful Dark

Savage Messiah - The Fateful Dark

@planetmosh reviews The Fateful Dark by .@savagemessiah out on .@earacherecords London metallers Savage Messiah return to the fold with their hugely anticipated fourth album, The Fateful Dark. It’s an archetypical metal album. It’s everything you would expect from a metal album. It is indeed the definition of heavy metal. Like …

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The Defiled – Daggers

...this is a full on metal album, full of huge chugging guitars, great vocals and one which seems to embrace the anarchic spirit of punk...

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Cathedral – The Last Spire

When Cathedral announced that they were releasing one final album there was much bittersweet rejoicing. The coven was happy there would be another tome of incantations, yet disappointed that the end of one of the most important legacies in heavy metal history was nigh. With the current resurgence in the …

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Vanadium – Heaven’s Epithet of Lives Lost

UK metallers Vanadium are most definitely NOT to be confused with the old school Italian metallers of the same name and certainly haven’t been around anywhere near as long! They are, however, a very busy band indeed having released almost an album a year since 2009 with last year breaking …

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Collapse – Arms and the Covenant

Formed in London, England late 2009, Collapse had the sole intention of no compromise, no prisoners, with core values of dedication, honesty, and worship of the almighty riff. So goes the bio on their site and they’ve got a very impressive pedigree so far with support slots alongside Anthrax among …

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Beholder – The Order of Chaos

I jumped at the chance when I was asked to review Beholder’s new album and follow up to their stonking debut in 2010, The Awakening. The band, to me, are a perfect example of what hard work, grit, determination and sheer bloody-mindedness can achieve. They never seem to stop. If …

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Huron Interview – 14th December 2012

With Huron taking to the road for a brief tour of the UK with ragga punk metal meisters Skindred, we caught up with guitarist Rimmy Sinclair to talk about their EP and tour and what lies ahead in 2013. Hi Rimmy, thanks for taking the time to chat to us …

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Black Acid Souls – Deadly Sins

Formed in Northampton in 2008, this five piece tour-de-force are unveiling their self-funded debut album Deadly Sins on 25th August 2012. It follows on the heels of their debut single No Mans Land released back in 2010, reaching an impressive number 44 in the Rock Metal Chart. The band have …

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Stuka Squadron – Ivory Blacks, Glasgow – 23rd May 2012

Glasgow saw a mini invasion of Germanic Teutonic vampires as Stuka Squadron made their first attack on enemy soil here to kick off their mini tour of destruction around the UK and, while it was a disappointing crowd for them to play to (thanks in part to the almost unheard …

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Seven Deadly – The Allegience EP

Since the sad end of Panic Cell in 2011 it’s been quite amazing watching the phoenix like birth and growth of Seven Deadly online, driven in particular by Bobby T as he documented and entertained us with the creation of this new band with former Panic Cell members Harj Virdee …

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Furyon – Gravitas

Hailing from Brighton, Furyon have been gaining much critical acclaim since 2009 throughout the UK and beyond and we’re finally about to see why with the release of their debut album, Gravitas, at the tail end of March. I love albums that start with a bang and right from the …

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