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CD Reviews - Leave A Scar Dee Snider - Blabbermouth.net
Blabbermouth.net

CD Reviews - Leave A Scar Dee Snider - Blabbermouth.net

Three undeniably brutal years on from his magnificent comeback record "For The Love Of Metal", we need Dee Snider more than ever. In fact, it still feels as though an insufficient amount of fuss has been made about the [...]

8.5/10 • DEE SNIDER - Leave A Scar • review by Dom Lawson
CD Reviews - Disco Balls To The Wall Tragedy - Blabbermouth.net
Blabbermouth.net

CD Reviews - Disco Balls To The Wall Tragedy - Blabbermouth.net

Heavy metal is serious business to devoted metalheads the world over. It's also fair to say that heavy metal can take itself too seriously at times. But that doesn't mean that everyone in metal is afraid to [...]

6.5/10 • TRAGEDY - Disco Balls to the Wall • review by Jay H. Gorania
Mordred - The Dark Parade
Metal Reviews

Mordred - The Dark Parade

San Francisco's Mordred had their heyday in the early 90s, just before mainstream metal fell out of favor and as thrash and death metal was becoming increasingly progressive and daring. Rap and funk in metal were, as far [...]

85 / 100 • Mordred - The Dark Parade [2021] • M-Theory Audio • Funk/Thrash Metal • review by Andy
Moral Collapse - Moral Collapse
Metal Reviews

Moral Collapse - Moral Collapse

Called to attention thanks to the session chops of sticksman Hannes Grossman, India's Moral Collapse feature a wealth of talent making appearances, like a tv show you've never heard of packed with guest stars. Kevin Hufnagel of [...]

80 / 100 • Moral Collapse - Moral Collapse [2021] • Subcontinental • Progressive Death Metal • review by Goat
Akefal - Opus Darkness
Metal Reviews

Akefal - Opus Darkness

Swedo-Danish trio Akefal don’t just look the part, they sound like it. Blood splattered, faces indistinguishable, they play a strangely chaotic and weirding form of black/death metal. Not confined to any specific plane of extreme metal Akefal [...]

78 / 100 • Akefal - Opus Darkness [2021] • Shadow Records • Black Death Metal • review by Alex
Poppy - EAT (NXT Soundtrack) review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Poppy - EAT (NXT Soundtrack) review - Metal Storm

After how well it worked with I Disagree , I think I'm going to make a habit out of ignoring relevant background information about Poppy when I review her releases. Today, I'll be ignoring "NXT" and stopping myself [...]

7.3 • Poppy - EAT (NXT Soundtrack) [2021] • review by ScreamingSteelUS on 2021-07-27
Septage ‒ Septisk Eradikasyon Review – Last Rites
Last Rites

Septage ‒ Septisk Eradikasyon Review – Last Rites

Even in a year as loaded with great goregrind as 2020, the debut demo from Copenhagen’s Septage really stood out. Septic Decadence was four tunes in just under 12 minutes, loaded with blasts and tremolo riffs and mid [...]

Septage - Septisk Eradikasyon [2021] • Dark Descent (CD), Me Saco un Ojo Records (vinyl), and Desiccated Productions (tape) • review by Zach Duvall on 2021-07-27
Galvanizer - Prying Sight of Imperception Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Galvanizer - Prying Sight of Imperception Review | Angry Metal Guy

I’ll readily admit to finding “great” album art mostly boring. I had to look up what this site named the best of 2020 because absolutely none of those covers stood out to me in any way. I’m [...]

3.0/5.0 • Galvanizer - Prying Sight of Imperception [2021] • Everlasting Spew Records • Death Metal • review by Diabolus in Muzaka on 2021-07-27
Praise the Plague - The Obsidian Gate Review | Angry Metal Guy
Angry Metal Guy

Praise the Plague - The Obsidian Gate Review | Angry Metal Guy

For as generally tired and played out the genre has become as of late, black metal pairs exceptionally well with a cornucopia of disparate genres. Sure, we all know that it goes together with death metal, like a harmonious [...]

3.5/5.0 • Praise the Plague - The Obsidian Gate [2021] • Lifeforce Records • Black Metal, Doom Metal, Sludge • review by Grymm on 2021-07-27
Fear Factory - Aggression Continuum review - Metal Storm
Metal Storm

Fear Factory - Aggression Continuum review - Metal Storm

Expectations were high for this album. Singer Burton C. Bell, up until now the only consistent member of the band, has quit Fear Factory for the third and presumably final time. While guitarist Dino Cazares confirmed that Fear Factory [...]

7.5 • Fear Factory - Aggression Continuum [2021] • review by Brutal Water on 2021-07-27
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