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Possessed – Revelations Of Oblivion.

In all my years of listening to rock/metal I can’t think of any album that has blown me away than Revelations Of Oblivion by Possessed. Death metal can be repetitive at times but to keep my full attention for just under an hour takes some doing. Released on Nuclear Blast …

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Vader – Iron Times EP

While we all wait for Vader to release their next album “The Empire,” which has been put back to 4th November 2016 we are provided with a little teaser which is the Iron Times EP.  Four songs to keep us ticking over until the November onslaught.  This release can be bought in varying vinyl versions …

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Decapitated – Blood Mantra

Polish Death Metal juggernauts, Decapitated, are back on the scene and this time they’ve upp-ed their game. Blood Mantra is the band’s sixth full-length studio album, the first to feature the bands new blast-beating machine, Michal Lysejko and they’ve never sounded better! The album highlights Decapitated’s ever-evolving sound and it’s …

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Album review – Anti-Mortem – New Southern

Anti-Mortem (precede death in Latin) were formed in 2008 in Chickasha, Oklahoma by brothers Larado Romo (Vocals) and Nevado Romo (Guitars) along with Zain Smith (Guitars), Corey Henderson (Bass) and Levi Dickerson (Drums) and spent their early years turning the Smith family barn in to their own hand built concert …

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Generation Kill – We’re All Gonna Die

Generation Kill - We're All Gonna Die

Rob Dukes fronted Generation Kill return with sophomore album We’re All Gonna Die, following up their 2010 debut Red, White and Blood. It may be broadly termed as a thrash album but its roots and grooves run far, far deeper than that surface perception. This album is a grower. Invest …

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