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Sons of Apollo - Psychotic Symphony

Sons of Apollo – Psychotic Symphony

Well, what can you really expect to get when you stick names like Sheehan, Portnoy, Sherinian, Bumblefoot and Soto in a room together to form a band? I’m pretty sure there isn’t a word for it yet, but needless to say expectations are high. Each and every name in that list is responsible for something defining in the musical World, ...

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Arch Enemy - Will to Power

Review: Arch Enemy – Will to Power

There has been considerable pressure put on Swedish melodic death metal legends Arch Enemy over the past few years particularly since the departure of founding guitarist Chris Amott and long time vocalist Angela Gossow, surprisingly their first album with the new lineup, War Eternal, was the strongest release from the band in quite some time and with once again a ...

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dead dawn

Review: Entombed A.D. – Dead Dawn

Entombed is a name that will always be remembered. Through decades they developed themselves often and always found a particular sound that was just them, especially early on with the buzz-saw tone of ‘Left Hand Path’ and ‘Clandestine’, for example, then venturing into a more ‘death ‘n’ roll’ sound. Multiple line-up changes through the years, and album after album, Entombed ...

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Review: Bombus – Repeat Until Death

Bombus are a band that went under the radar for me until December, when I was off to London to witness the glory of Clutch, who they were touring with as main support. Having not done what I usually do with support acts and checked them out beforehand, I had gone in blind, and they blew me away. Somehow playing with a ...

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’77 sign to Century Media Records

’77 from Barcelona have some news: “We’re very proud and happy to announce that we signed a deal with the prestigious record label Century Media Records. It’s been a long way to get here and we want to say ‘thank you!’ to everybody who helped us making this possible. We’d like to extend a special thanks to Marc Picanyol, Laurent Merle, ...

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brutality will prevail

Brutality Will Prevail reveal new label + album update

Brutality Will Prevail have announced they have signed to a new label. The boys have signed a worldwide deal with British based Siege of Amida and German label Century Media Records. The announcement comes alongside the reveal of a re-release of the group’s most recent album, Scatter The Ashes, as a 12″ gatefold vinyl and 21 track double disc set ...

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Iwrestledabearonce release video for ‘Letters to Stallone’

Louisiana avant-garde metallers Iwrestledabearonce have released another video from their most recent studio release, Late For Nothing. The new clip for Letters to Stallone is composed of live and backstage footage from the group’s most recent run of mainland Europe earlier this year. Check out the new video below! Late For Nothing is out now via Century Media Records. Check ...

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Feed The Rhino

Feed The Rhino sign to Century Media + release new song

Rising British group Feed The Rhino have announced they have signed to Century Media Records alongside the release of a brand new song. The group gave a few words on their excitement on the signing and plans for the future: “We are really excited to announce that our next album will be released through Siege Of Amida/Century Media. We are ...

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broken hope

Broken Hope reveal artwork for Omen of Disease

Chicago death metallers, Broken Hope, have revealed the artwork for their upcoming album, Omen of Disease. The cover was designed by renowned horror artist Wes Benscoter who has previously done covers for Slayer and Cattle Decapitation. Guitarist Jeremy Wagner commented: “Wes Benscoter is one of my favorite artists, EVER. In my opinion, he’s right up there with Frank Frazetta, Michael ...

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Experimental group IWRESTLEDABEARONCE have begun streaming their new album, Late For Nothing, in its entirety. This new record has been described as “an insane concoction of metal with elements of jazz, progressive metal, electro and hardcore” keeping in the band’s distinctive style. You can stream the new album from here. And if you haven’t already seen it, check out this ...

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