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AMULET Introduce New Singer Mace

. AMULET Introduce New Singer Mace LONDON METAL BRUISERS AMULET ANNOUNCE THE ADDITION OF TALENTED NEW PERMANENT SINGER FEDERICO “MACE” MAZZA AND FINISH WRITING SECOND ALBUM. Mace joined in early Summer following a successful show supporting Cirith Ungol and Angel Witch at The Underworld in Camden in May 2018. Since that …

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GLANVILLE & GALACTIC SUPERLORDS ON TOUR!

GLANVILLE AND GALACTIC SUPERLORDS TEAM UP FOR TOUR THIS FALL! A bit of Thin Lizzy, a bit of Iron Maiden, with hints of Dio. GLANVILLE sounds like Rob Halford wearing Dennis Hopper’s leather jacket in Easy Rider. An introduction of exciting things to come: After the critically acclaimed debut EP …

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MASIRO DROP NEW VIDEO

Emerging Oxford mathcore threesome MASIRO have been captivating listeners with their own blend of math-prog-metal since the tail end of 2011. Although influenced by everyone from Meshuggah and Primus, through to Mars Volta, MASIRO bear their own markings, evidenced in the shape of their brand new EP, Geodesics, which is …

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Metal research survey aims to break new ground in academia

Metal research survey aims to break new ground in academia Metal is one of the most emotionally expressive genres of music: from joy to despair, catharsis to comfort, and anger to numbness, it is rare to find a metal fan who has not been moved by it. However, thus far …

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MAXXWELL Reveal ‘Metalized’ Album Details, Video Teaser Posted

Maxwell - Metalized

Swiss hardrock/metal band, MAXXWELL, have announced the release of their fourth album ‘Metalized‘ on September 21, 2018. Metalized says it all – many concerts have left their mark. On the new record, the band rocks harder, catchier and a lot more edgier than on their earlier releases. The lyric video for the title track …

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BLACK WATER CHEMISTRY DETAIL NEW EP & RELEASE NEW TRACK!

  South Wales metal outfit BLACK WATER CHEMISTRY are carving out a prominent name for themselves, as they launch out of the underground and aim for the jugular of the UK scene, loaded with their brand new EP, Return To Ashes, which arrives on Friday 31st August. Before then, the …

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INDYA Release ‘Tha Final Line’ Audio Video feat. Johnny Doom of Kerrang Radio

INDYA

UK Glam Rock/Metal band, INDYA, have released an audio video for ‘Tha Final Line‘ feat. Johnny Doom of Kerrang! Radio. The song is taken from the new album ‘Rebel Music‘, to be out in the summer of 2018 via HOLIER THAN THOU RECORDS. The video can be viewed here: INDAY‘s forthcoming album ‘Rebel Music‘ was …

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10 ROGUE Unleash Debut album ‘Serpentine’ 

10 ROGUE Unleash Debut Album ‘Serpentine’ on 20th October      On 20th October 10 ROGUE, release their ferocious catchy debut album ‘Serpentine’ on BUT! Records through Universal Music. Serpentine’s unmitigated unbridled, and unique energy makes for one of the best debuts of 2017   Multinational band 10 ROGUE, founded in Johannesburg S Africa, based in Belgium, have been a …

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Unleash The Archers – Apex

Apex is the new concept album from Canadian power metal outfit Unleash The Archers which was released on 2nd June through Napalm records.  The album tells the story of the Immortal having been woken up from his mountain home and feeling excited to see the world again after a thousand years.  But who …

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Gabe Crisp of Whitechapel interviewed at Bloodstock 2017

    Whitechapel live are one of the hardest hitting bands out there. We caught hold of bassist Gabe after their main stage set at this year’s Bloodstock festival We talk about the hectic tour schedule, the current album and the writing process, real ales and more   https://www.facebook.com/whitechapelmetal/  

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Harm’s Way Announces North American Tour with Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose & Eternal Sleep

Harm’s Way announces North American tour with Every Time I Die, Knocked Loose & Eternal Sleep After completing an extensive North American and European trek this past summer, Chicagoan metal/hardcore unit Harm’s Way is ready to head back out on the road again this upcoming February/March, as support for Every Time I Die. …

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Obzidian – Obliteration Process

        Obzidian return with their third full length album ‘Obliteration Process’, marking a triumphant follow up to 2014’s acclaimed ‘Concrete Psychosis’, and what a hefty slab of Metal it proves to be       ‘Obliteration Process’ is one of those albums that just does not mess …

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Theocracy – Ghost Ship

Before I get started with this review, in 2008 an album entitled “Mirror Of Souls” graced the world of metal. This release is hands down one of my all time favourite albums but who is this band that released such an album? Well known other than Georgia’s very own Theocracy, …

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Skeletonwitch – The Aphotic Gloom EP

‘The Aphotic Gloom’ comes three years since Skeletonwitch‘s last full-length release  “Serpents Unleashed” and after the departure of vocalist Chance Garnette. There was much buzz about their new vocalist and this four track EP does indeed feature the powerhouse that is Adam Clemans of Wolvhammer fame. The EP itself is something of …

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SikTh – Death Of A Dead Day

Happy 10th anniversary to SikTh‘s Death Of A Dead Day which was originally released back in the distanct past of June 2006.  To mark this significant milestone,  Peaceville Records chose to re-release the album in September 2016.  So how do you review a 10 year old selection of songs that have already had an …

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Indominus – Legion Within

There’s nothing that excites a reviewer more than when a new band appears on the music scene with some fresh material. That can be said about Indominus, a death metal band hailing from Northern Ireland, forming at the beginning of 2016 and features members of the late ForChristSake. With such …

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Drakonis – As They Rot

It’s been a long day at the office, you get home, put your feet up and breathe a sigh of relief knowing that the day is over. While you are nice and relaxed you decide to put on some music, only instead of the soothing sounds of Mozart you are …

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Amaranthe – Maximalism

OK, cards on the table, I really like Amaranthe.  There I’ve said it.  Ever since coming across Within Temptation a decade or so ago I have had a soft spot for the the female fronted melodic death metal genre and with Maximalism. Amaranthe have managed to keep me hooked in it. With this …

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