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Mother Feather – Constellation Baby

Following a trend that started with their debut in 2016, Mother Feather continue to piss off a segment of metal fans who flock to their...

Redemption – Long Night’s Journey into Day

Picking up from where they left off with 2016's The Art of Loss, Redemption seem to have centered themselves from that guest-studded affair with...

Destrage – A Means to No End

Destrage pride themselves on how difficult it is to label their music, boasting that they are in a category of their own. Although when it...

Hammers of Misfortune – Dead Revolution

Although Hammers of Misfortune have been around for nearly 20 years, I'm sad to report that, somehow, this is the first I’ve heard of them....

If These Trees Could Talk – The Bones of a Dying World

It’s bands with names like If These Trees Could Talk that make me wonder what people shout out at their concerts. Trees? I’m guessing...

Good Tiger – A Head Full of Moonlight

What we have here is a truly unique entity. Good Tiger, somehow, manages to combine indie rock conventions with metalcore à la Bullet for...

Criminal – Fear Itself

The latest album to come from the Chile/UK group of Criminal, Fear Itself, is their first with lead guitarist Sergio Klein, who joined them...

Redemption – The Art of Loss

Presented to us simply as prog metal (which may be true enough of past albums), on The Art of Loss, Redemption come across more...

RAM – Svbversvm

Those who've read my my previous work know I am one of the biggest cheerleaders for this whole international New Wave of Traditional Heavy...

Sacred & Wild: An Interview with Powerwolf

In 2013 Powerwolf shook the world with the release of their critically acclaimed Preachers of the Night. Despite always appearing as an underdog in...

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Belphegor – The Devils

Belphegor's twelfth studio album, "The Devils," is a dark and intense offering that showcases the band's signature blackened death metal sound. From the opening...

Khold – Svartsyn

Khold's album "Svartsyn" has been long-awaited, with an eight-year gap since their previous release. The band's signature steely groove and downtuned guitars continue to...

Milking the Goatmachine – Nach uns die Grindflut

Milking the Goatmachine, the German-born duo of Goatleeb Udder and Goatfreed Udder, have returned with their ninth full-length album, Nach uns die Grindflut. These...
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