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ANCIENT EMPIRE - Priest Of Stygia - BraveWords
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ANCIENT EMPIRE - Priest Of Stygia - BraveWords

More like Priest of Judas (!), on this, the Northern Cali "band's" sixth full-length, in the last seven years. Don't let the bland/somewhat generic moniker dissuade you from uncovering this hidden gem. Essentially a two man project [...]

8.0 • ANCIENT EMPIRE - Priest Of Stygia • Stormspell • Heavy Metal • review by Mark Gromen on 2021-12-03
Dormant Ordeal - The Grand Scheme of Things Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Dormant Ordeal - The Grand Scheme of Things Review | Angry Metal Guy

Since joining the AMG staff, a lot has changed, both personally1 and in the world. Everywhere you look, something is completely fucking different from how it was a mere half-decade ago. Poland’s Dormant Ordeal, however, are immune [...]

4.0/5.0 • Dormant Ordeal - The Grand Scheme of Things [2021] • Selfmadegod Records • Death Metal, Technical Death Metal • review by Dr. Wvrm on 2021-12-03
Twelve Foot Ninja - Vengeance review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Twelve Foot Ninja - Vengeance review - Metal Storm

One of the things I admire from Twelve Foot Ninja ( TFN ) is the ability to always sound fresh and dynamic while progressing oddly... I mean, they're evidently a djent band that have many progressive elements but don't [...]

8.0 • Twelve Foot Ninja - Vengeance [2021] • review by yoless2 on 2021-12-04
Fornhem - Stämman Från Berget review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Fornhem - Stämman Från Berget review - Metal Storm

A postmodern spin on old school black metal, insistently invoking the iteration involved in a decade of isolated introspection. As Nietzsche said, “The riff is dead, and eternal return has taken its place." Fornhem is a trio from Norrköping [...]

8.0 • Fornhem - Stämman Från Berget [2021] • review by Netzach on 2021-12-05
King Buffalo - Acheron review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

King Buffalo - Acheron review - Metal Storm

For fans of stoner/psychedelic rock, 3 December 2021 was a stacked day for releases. Not only did Elder and Kadavar join forces for a new collaboration album and Weedpecker return with their first new album in nearly four years [...]

8.0 • King Buffalo - Acheron [2021] • review by musclassia on 2021-12-06
MALGÖTH - Glory Through Savagery - BraveWords
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MALGÖTH - Glory Through Savagery - BraveWords

This Toronto-based trio (two vocalists going high and low, one guy who does all the instruments) play a form of apeshit cosmic/cavernous war metal here on their debut full-length, which follows up last year's Primordial Dawn [...]

8.0 • MALGÖTH - Glory Through Savagery • Iron Bonehead • Black Death, Malgoth • review by Greg Pratt on 2021-12-05
CD Reviews - Gravitas Maximus Pyrexia - Blabbermouth.net
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CD Reviews - Gravitas Maximus Pyrexia - Blabbermouth.net

Their debut album was widely hailed as a strong contribution to the post-SUFFOCATION world of all-out brutality, and PYREXIA has been a name that commands respect and admiration ever since. Even on their late '90s experiments, wherein [...]

8/10 • PYREXIA - Gravitas Maximus • review by Dom Lawson
CD Reviews - Imprisoned Mercury X - Blabbermouth.net
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CD Reviews - Imprisoned Mercury X - Blabbermouth.net

Putting aside the age-old debate about the difference between 'progressive' and 'prog' for a moment, it's always exciting to hear someone gleefully nailing a classic sound. Thunderously heavy but technically adept on a level that seems slightly [...]

8/10 • MERCURY X - Imprisoned • review by Dom Lawson
Amaranthe - Manifest
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Amaranthe - Manifest

For what it's worth, I actually do genuinely enjoy Amaranthe quite a bit. They unabashedly play slick pop metal but the pure charisma and talent of Elize Ryd is what propels this band. While she shares the stage [...]

77 / 100 • Amaranthe - Manifest [2020] • Nuclear Blast • Modern / Pop Metal • review by Ben
RAVENOUS – Hubris - BraveWords
BraveWords

RAVENOUS – Hubris - BraveWords

Young power metal squadron Ravenous have returned with an energetic sophomore album, Hubris. An blissful combination of Euro power metal with speed metal; those looking for technicality and a surge of up-tempo anthems should give this one a [...]

7.5 • RAVENOUS - Hubris • Feast Beast • Heavy Metal • review by Nick Balazs on 2021-12-05
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