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ANVIL - Impact Is Imminent - BraveWords
BraveWords

ANVIL - Impact Is Imminent - BraveWords

Nineteenth studio album by the Canadian metal force who have been consistently releasing albums since 1981. The core of the three piece still the same, Steve Kudlow on vocals/guitar, Robb Reiner on drums, with Chris "Christ" Robertson on bass [...]

7.5 • ANVIL - Impact Is Imminent • AFM • Heavy Metal • review by By Rich Catino on 2022-05-20
EXTINGUISHED - Vomitous Manifestations - BraveWords
BraveWords

EXTINGUISHED - Vomitous Manifestations - BraveWords

Look, with a title like that, you know this four-song EP from Finland's Extinguished ain't high art, but it is awesome, the band laying down on their debut totally raw and primal death metal, tracks like [...]

7.5 • EXTINGUISHED - Vomitous Manifestations • Caligari • Black Death • review by Greg Pratt on 2022-05-20
Master Boot Record - Personal Computer Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Master Boot Record - Personal Computer Review | Angry Metal Guy

For the three of you who haven’t yet encountered me gushing about Master Boot Record, here’s the summary. Decreasingly anonymous Italian musician Victor Love, inspired by classic 16-bit video game soundtracks and the harsh sound of [...]

3.5/5.0 • Master Boot Record - Personal Computer [2022] • Metal Blade Records • Electronic Metal, Synthwave • review by sentynel on 2022-05-17
Evergrey - A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament) Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Evergrey - A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament) Review | Angry Metal Guy

It is the circle of life. The Lord1 taketh and the Lord2 giveth back. Not seven weeks ago I was slated to review the new Satan album, when it was ripped from my hands by our Ungracious Leader. I [...]

3.5/5.0 • Evergrey - A Heartless Portrait (The Orphean Testament) [2022] • Napalm Records • Gothic Metal, Progressive Metal • review by Huck N Roll on 2022-05-18
Assumption - Hadean Tides Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Assumption - Hadean Tides Review | Angry Metal Guy

A band’s name can make or break them. Regardless if you’re a blues band reaching for ominously foreboding atmospheres, or a power metal band named after a cute, furry rodent who loves clay baths, whatever you name [...]

3.5/5.0 • Assumption - Hadean Tides [2022] • Everlasting Spew Records • Death Metal, Doom Metal • review by Grymm on 2022-05-19
Come to Grief - When the World Dies Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Come to Grief - When the World Dies Review | Angry Metal Guy

Back in the early 90s, Louisiana wasn’t the only locale with conditions ripe for the development of sludge metal. Congealing in 1991, Boston, Massachusetts’ Grief were similarly influential in forging a template for how sludge, especially sludge doom [...]

3.5/5.0 • Come to Grief - When the World Dies [2022] • Translation Loss Records • Sludge Metal • review by Cherd on 2022-05-20
Enragement - Atrocities Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Enragement - Atrocities Review | Angry Metal Guy

It’s slammin’ time! Yes, the often divisive brutal death variant can seem at times difficult to do exceptionally well. The quality versus quantity ratio does seem a tad out of whack, and while I prefer my slam with [...]

3.0/5.0 • Enragement - Atrocities [2022] • Rising Nemesis Records • Death Metal, Deathcore • review by Saunders on 2022-05-19
Lament Cityscape - A Darker Discharge Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Lament Cityscape - A Darker Discharge Review | Angry Metal Guy

Wyoming, famously, hosts some of the United States’ most beautiful nature preserves—also famously it lacks urban comforts and is one of the two rectangular states. This expansive, rural landscape shapes an existence and mindset that’s decidedly different [...]

3.0/5.0 • Lament Cityscape - A Darker Discharge [2022] • Lifeforce Records • Industrial Metal, Synthwave • review by Dolphin Whisperer on 2022-05-20
Serpentent - Mother of Light Review | Angry Metal Guy
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Serpentent - Mother of Light Review | Angry Metal Guy

If all you want is raw riffs, skull-crushing rhythms, or dissonant aggression, you’ve come to the wrong place. Serpentent’s debut full-length Mother of Light flirts casually with distorted guitars and heavier percussion, but there’s [...]

3.0/5.0 • Serpentent - Mother of Light [2022] • Svart Records • Dark Neofolk, Folk, Neofolk, Not Metal • review by Maddog on 2022-05-21