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Metal Allegiance – Metal Allegiance

This debut album should really have been a stone cold classic from Metal Allegiance as their core musical line up consists of Mike Portnoy on drums, Alex Skolnick on guitar and Dave Ellefson on bass guitar with an array of guest vocalists but out of the 9 tracks, only 7 …

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Metal Allegiance to release debut album in September

After the recent announcement that the all-star Metal Allegiance project will be releasing an album of original material, it has been confirmed that the self-titled album is scheduled to be released worldwide on September 18 via Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Brought together by principal partner Mark Menghi, ‘Metal Allegiance’ features appearances by Philip H. Anselmo, Charlie Benante, …

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Exodus – Blood In, Blood Out.

To say that the release of the 10th studio album Blood In, Blood Out by legendary Bay Area, California based U.S thrash metal innovators Exodus was welcomed by me and no doubt other long standing fans was a relief is an understatement following the 2010 album Exhibit B:The Human Condition. …

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THE HAUNTED Launch First Song Off New Album ‘Exit Wounds’; Special Guest Appearances Revealed

Swedish Metal institution THE HAUNTED have recently announced ‘Exit Wounds’ as the title to their upcoming, much anticipated studio album release. The album, which sees the band return their classic deadly thrash metal sound, was again recorded with producer Tue Madsen at Antfarm Studio (Dark Tranquillity; Heaven Shall Burn, Sick Of It All, etc.) …

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Dublin Death Patrol – ‘Death Sentence’

For those you who have been sitting under a rock, Dublin Death Patrol is a collaborative side project led by Testament vocalist Chuck Billy and his predecessor Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza (he was the singer in Legacy, the original version of aforesaid thrash legends, before going on to make his name …

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Testament – Dark Roots of Earth Review

Four years… has it really been four years since Formation of Damnation?  Testament returned after nearly ten years with that monster and they’ve managed to follow it up with an even better one in Dark Roots of Earth.  These are halcyon days for old school thrash and it’s wonderful for …

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