Soul Embraced – Mythos

 As Soul Embraced's fifth studio album, "Mythos" delivers a punch that isn't one that'll be pushed over lightly. The entirety of Mythos is covered from the first moment to...

Pantokrator – Incarnate

 Hailing from the metal loving country of Sweden, Pantokrator brings another good piece to the table with their new album "Incarnate". The combination of rough vocals...

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 Final Surrender is a relatively new progressive metalcore band that released their debut album "Empty Graves" in September of last year. Having a sound to it...

Grave Robber – You’re All Gonna Die

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Circaic – False Prophetic Roads

CIRCAIC is a new Technical, Melodic, Death metal metal band from Colorado who released their debut album “False Prophetic Roads” in July this year. With...

Icon & The Black Roses – Thorns

Icon and the Black Roses have returned after a long break with a killer album "Thorns". "Thorns" is there second album and it's available for free Here. Fans...

REVIEW: Enemy Of Reality – Rejected Gods

Enemy Of Reality is a new symphonic metal band from Greek who released their long awaited debut full-length album "Rejected Gods" on June 30th,...

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Formed in 2009 from the ashes of several local bands, Neverworld brought together an array of outstandingly talented musicians – all with a shared...

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For more than ten years now, Achren have been refining and intensifying their music, the music they so aptly describe as ‘Blood Metal’ –...

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RELEASE DATE: 19-06-14 Over the course of their near decade long existence DE PROFUNDIS have grown and developed at a prodigious rate, their music blossoming...

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REVIEW: Frozen Ocean – The Dyson Swarm

RELEASE DATE: 03-03-14 Since 2005, an eclectic range of quality albums have emerged under the Frozen Ocean banner and 2014 sees the release of the...

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