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Animals As Leaders- Weightless Review

Animals As Leaders- Weightless Review

Tosin Abasi created the group Animals As Leaders in 2009, and the band has seen its popularity increase quite a bit over the last two years. Being an instrumental, progressive metal outfit infused throughout with jazz, ambient and electronic touches,…
 
Skeletonwitch – Forever Abomination Album Review

Skeletonwitch – Forever Abomination Album Review

While black metal first gained worldwide attention in the 90’s for its association with church burnings and murder, it was the classic albums of Satyricon, Dissection, Emperor, Dimmu Borgir, and Cradle of Filth that legitimized the genre as a true…
 
Wolves Like Us- “Late Love” Review

Wolves Like Us- “Late Love” Review

Norwegian hardcore punk band Wolves Like Us storms onto the scene with their debut album “Late Love“. So are they worth checking out?   The album kicks off with “Burns Like A Paper Rose“. a cool track with…
 
Century – Red Giant Album Review

Century – Red Giant Album Review

In an age where bands feel compelled to write music to fit in a certain sub-genre, there’s Prosthetic Records’ Century, whose music freely covers the styles of Metal, Post-Hardcore, and Punk. It’s a sound that’s reminiscent of 90’s Hardcore…
 
White Arms Of Athena- Astrodrama Review

White Arms Of Athena- Astrodrama Review

White Arms Of Athena’s Astrodrama is not the type of metal I usually find myself listening to. I’m not a huge fan of the progressive metal style, with its constantly changing tempos, complex structures and odd time signatures. However, I…
 
Chimaira – The Age of Hell Review

Chimaira – The Age of Hell Review

The Age of Hell is a great metal album with original ideas and intelligent execution. It has everything that made previous Chimaira albums great.
 
Trivium “In Waves” Album + DVD Deluxe Version Review

Trivium “In Waves” Album + DVD Deluxe Version Review

  Trivium is a band that has seemed to divide the metal community since their inception. Metal purists have many times in the past mocked their more radio-friendly efforts, and singer Matt Heafy’s undeniably Hetfield-inspired vocals. I’ve been an…