Ephedra – Can Ca No Rey

Mixing desert rock with heavy metal, this second album from the Swiss band of Ephedra starts its twelve-track trek with a slow-brewed cruiser bruiser...

Tiamat – The Scarred People

Is it just me, or are the Swedes slipping? It seems like the old guard of death metal have, one by one, shifted away...

Sister – Disguised Vultures

Although Sleaze Rock is a term that hasn’t really seen a lot of mainstream use, if you’ve heard any bands with this label, you’ll...

Therion – Les Fleurs du Mal

Although I know that I’m late to the party on this one, I think that I can present a decent excuse as to the...

Decimation – Reign Of Ungodly Creation

Metal has never been the same since the release of Effigy Of The Forgotten by Suffocation, back in 1991. They took the technical side...

Corpsessed – The Dagger & The Chalice

Corpsessed may have crawled out of their decrepit and maggot infested casket in 2007, but "The Dagger & The Chalice" is the...

Tyfon’s Doom – Yeth Hound

here are so many bands playing “retro-metal” these days, that it’s often difficult to find one that really stands out, particularly when all of...

Naglfar – Téras

Buying an album based on the cover art alone has always been a huge gamble, as I'm sure we all know.  Despite most of...

Dogbane – Residual Alcatraz

In case you happened to be an old school hair metal fan, don’t get excited, there’s only one z in this Alcatraz. Polar opposite...

Parkway Drive – Atlas

Parkway Drive took major strides with their last album, Deep Blue. A big step up from Horizons in nearly every way; the riffs were meaner, attitude darker, and songs...

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