Review: Megadeth – Dystopia

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Another album, another line up change, at least that's par for the course for Mustaine & Co these days. Joining Megadave and bassist Ellefson...

Review: War Curse – Final Days EP

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Nothing was known of War Curse before hitting play, so a quick look across the internet to see who exactly War Curse are. The...

Review: Gomorrah – The Haruspex

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Gomorrah was started in 2012 by a group of Missouri boys who moved to Ohio in hopes of becoming a part of a larger...

Review: The Wakedead Gathering – Fuscus: Strings of the Black Lyre

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"Deep in the primordial darkness of the swamp, the Great Grey Witch watches and waits for her time for revenge... To those who would...
Varg

Review: Varg – Das Ende aller Lugen

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With a rumble and a German sampled voice the album is underway. I love the German lingo – it really gives your tongue a...

Review: All Hail the Yeti – Re-Issue with Unreleased Demos

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Having recently signed up with Minus Head Records, the first release was not one I expected, although having finished recording for a new full-length...

Review: Sanktuary – Winter’s Doom

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Power thrash champions Sanktuary hail from the harsh and blisteringly cold of the deep far North of Canada's Yukon Territory situating themselves in the city...

Review: Anderson Ponty Band – Better Late Than Never

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For most fans Jon Anderson will always be the voice of Yes, no matter how many years have now passed since he sung with...

Review: Inglorious – Inglorious

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Looking for some retro rock with a bigger bang for your buck? Then it would be safe to say Inglorious are likely to be...

Review: Steven Wilson – 4 1/2

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If you don’t know who Steven Wilson is, that’s forgivable, but only just. He is the genius behind Porcupine Tree. If you are still...