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Galvanizer - Prying Sight of Imperception Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Galvanizer - Prying Sight of Imperception Review | Angry Metal Guy

listening to this, you will miss out on an enjoyable time. I’d liken my listening experience to seeing a solid opening act that I wasn’t familiar with prior that won’t upstage [...]

3.0/5.0 • Galvanizer - Prying Sight of Imperception [2021] • Everlasting Spew Records • Death Metal • review by Diabolus in Muzaka on 2021-07-27
Album Review: MORDRED The Dark Parade
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Album Review: MORDRED The Dark Parade

flip the LP or wait for one song to end and another to start to experience one or the other. But that’s the nature of experimentation and what happens when metal thrashing mad dudes [...] result of that initial free-form expansion of metal coupled with 20+ years of musical growth and experiences. These days, the Bay Area sextet’s classic lineup remains almost entirely intact, with drummer Jeff Gomes [...] ever marry heavy and funky sounds) being the latest addition to the delivery of a varied musical experience rooted in thrash metal but still employing enough outsider-art to have gatekeepers disowning the band quicker [...]

7.5 • MORDRED - The Dark Parade • review by Kevin Stewart-Panko on 2021-07-26
Withered - Verloren review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Withered - Verloren review - Metal Storm

played on. However, I'd say that they do a pretty good job here. The sludge experience of new guitarist/vocalist Dan Caycedo seems to be the most vital here, since the sludge sound [...]

Withered - Verloren [2021] • review by RaduP on 2021-07-22
Ungfell - Es Grauet review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Ungfell - Es Grauet review - Metal Storm

flopping to folk every other minute. Ok, maybe not that often. I find that it enhances the experience, and I actually wish the non-black metal parts were given even more room to grow, since [...]

Ungfell - Es Grauet [2021] • review by RaduP on 2021-07-20
Mama Doom - Ash Bone Skin N Stone Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Mama Doom - Ash Bone Skin N Stone Review | Angry Metal Guy

catchy occult-core album, there’s not enough for it to feel like a full experience. So often here on AMG, we blast bands for the inability to edit themselves, and rightly so. Many times [...] potentially great albums suffer from bloviation and bloat (consult your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms). The opposite is the case on Ash Bone Skin N Stone, which is so heavily edited that [...]

3.5/5.0 • Mama Doom - Ash Bone Skin N Stone [2021] • Majestic Mountain Records • Doom Metal, Heavy Metal, Occult Rock • review by Felagund on 2021-07-24
Cognitive - Malevolent Thoughts of a Hastened Extinction Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Cognitive - Malevolent Thoughts of a Hastened Extinction Review | Angry Metal Guy

seep into the hollows of my skull. It’s a slow and sporadic process, and though my experience with tech death and deathcore remains scant, it’s enough to lash together a somewhat cohesive frame [...]

3.0/5.0 • Cognitive - Malevolent Thoughts of a Hastened Extinction [2021] • Unique Leader Records • Deathcore, Technical Death Metal • review by GardensTale on 2021-07-22
Death Tribe - Beyond the Red Light District: A Canal Experiment Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Death Tribe - Beyond the Red Light District: A Canal Experiment Review | Angry Metal Guy

progressive death metal band, Death Tribe’s, sophomore album, Beyond the Red Light District: A Canal Experiment (BRLD:CE). We’ve seen tragedies being used as inspiration for death metal in the past (ahem, Cytotoxin [...] during civil war and has experienced real oppression his whole life. His music is informed by his experiences, and on the album he rages against climate change, racism, homophobia and political injustice. Those who prefer [...]

3.0/5.0 • Death Tribe - Beyond the Red Light District: A Canal Experiment [2021] • Blood Blast Distribution • Death Metal, Doom Metal, Groove Metal • review by Doom_et_Al on 2021-07-21
Exil – Warning Review – Last Rites
Last Rites

Exil – Warning Review – Last Rites

Experience matters.Between the four of them, the members of Stockholm’s Exil have a lifetime’s worth of experience in hardcore and metal, from the raging Umeå punk of DS-13 and UX Vileheads [...]

Exil - Warning [2021] • Armageddon • review by Andrew Edmunds on 2021-07-21
Pestilence - Exitivm
Metal Reviews

Pestilence - Exitivm

single song here is over four minutes long, which seems like a missed opportunity to finally experiment with longer structures, even though Pestilence have never been a long song band) still makes enough [...]

78 / 100 • Pestilence - Exitivm [2021] • Agonia Records • Death Metal • review by Goat
Leila Abdul-Rauf - Phantasiai Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Leila Abdul-Rauf - Phantasiai Review | Angry Metal Guy

times I don’t. What Leila Abdul-Rauf has built with Phantasiai is an immersive storytelling experience, but, for me, it lacks impact. The memorability factor that makes me want to return to the album [...]

2.0/5.0 • Leila Abdul - Rauf - Phantasiai [2021] • Cyclic Law • Ambient • review by Twelve on 2021-07-19
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