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Bonfire are an habitué of Metal Addicts. We've reviewed two albums of them: 2018's "Legends" and 2020's "Fistful of Fire." One more band that...

Hecate – In Nomine Artem Blackium Review

Sometimes I wonder how would that be like to present someone who doesn't know anything at all about Symphonic Black Metal. How would be...

Iotunn – Access All Worlds (Review)

I would love to see any single person try to defy the golden age that the style of progressive death metal currently finds itself...

The Scalar Process – Coagulative Matter Review

Technical Death Metal albums and bands are always such a puzzle. The fan never knows for sure what he will find in such albums....

Kaupe – Cognitive Dissonance Review

Instrumental albums are such a fuzz. I always say that it's the opportunity a band finds to show all their prowness and musical and...

Glacier – The Passing of Time Review

The epic and grand trends are the thing that attracts me the most in Heavy Metal bands. I guess all that atmosphere of greatness...

Heads for the Dead – Into the Red Review

Once I wrote here that with Death Metal no one could ever go wrong. I didn't mean at that time to say Death Metal...

Fahrenheit – 212 Review

Some people may think Hard Rock bands are all the same. It's all about songs with cars, girls, sex and parties. Well, from where...

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When it comes down to modern bands that have been helping shape the underground as we know it, particularly in the last decade, you...

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The Power Metal Timescale deliver here with "Axiom" has a different conotation than the fan may be used to. It is more near to...

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I really don't if my children of the night keep track of what I write here. I don't even know if they compare what...

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If I had to choose a Doom Metal band to be the perfect example of the subgenre I'd happily say that Alltar were one...

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