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The instrumentals got me for this one. It's too hard to tell exactly what takes me in a band. I mean, one of the most...

Verthebral – Abysmal Decay

Here's another band that does justice to the name. Verthebral reminds something solid, but still, flexible enough to do everything it is expected from....

Bobaflex – Eloquent Demons

From all bands that I've heard here since the beginning, Bobaflex is the first that could mix the 1970s spirit with modern metal touches....

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When it comes down to it, blackened death metal has got to be the most brutal kind of metal I can get into as...

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I admit I care about band's names, and The Father Of Serpents is not a name that drives my attention initially. My opinion: too...

Lacrimas Profundere – Bleeding the Stars

"Don't judge a book by its cover" that's what the old proverb tells us. Well, by saying that I don't mean the cover of...

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"Into the Flames" is the kind of album that surprises the fan whose patiente is ilimited. Or at least for the fan who has...
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We could sit here all day and deliberate on the many different bands that has Philip Anselmo simply because of the fact that there...

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