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Exhumed / Iron Reagan - Split 12" 8
One of the first essential releases of 2014 is this split release from Tankcrimes Records featuring Californian death metal veterans Exhumed and Virginia crossover crew Iron Reagan, who feature members of Municipal Waste and Darkest Hour in their number. Exhumed are first up with four tracks on offer. Two songs […]

Exhumed / Iron Reagan – Split 12″

Scar the Martyr - Scar the Martyr [Review] 2
You may be familiar with the name Joey Jordison, as a drummer he has lent his talents to the likes of Ministry, Metallica, Korn,and Rob Zombie over the years, as well as being a songwriter/Producer for Roadrunner Records during the All-Star sessions. He played guitar and was the driving force […]

Scar The Martyr – Scar The Martyr

Voice Of Ruin - Voice Of Ruin
Megaupload is dead, “illegal” downloading is killing the artists… hum. OK. But not all of them. You want a proof? Voice of Ruin, swiss t(h)rash metalcore band from Nyon & Geneva has put up its self-titled debut album as a free download from here! For the more brutal & sexual metal lovers, […]

Swiss Metallers Voice Of Ruin Give Away Debut Album For ...

Machine Head @ Manchester Central 06/12/11
It was the night to sate all metal desires. A time for spreading the disease in Manchester. Carnage was about to tear up the floors as the massively anticipated The Eighth Plague Tour arrived… The onslaught of Darkest Hour, DevilDriver, Bring Me The Horizon and Machine Head was about to […]

Machine Head, Bring Me The Horizon, DevilDriver and Darkest Hour ...

Orwell - A View Of Heaven, From A Seat In Hell
“A View Of Heaven, From A Seat In Hell” from Wisconsin melodic death metal band Orwell is a definite grower. Its intensive charms slowing working their intrusive and skilful fingers deeper and deeper across multiple plays rather than offering an instantaneous wave of attractive but less substantial sounds. The EP […]

Orwell – A View Of Heaven, From A Seat In ...

Fortune Favours The Brave - Between The Bullets And The Bloodstains
“Between The Bullets and the Bloodstains” is the debut album from the Essex based quartet, Fortune Favours The Brave, who cite Killswitch Engage, Darkest Hour and Sikth as their main influences. Opening the album is ‘Declare’, an instrumental intro with strings and Jamie Tritton’s drums emerging from a background of […]

Fortune Favours The Brave – Between The Bullets And The ...

Darkest Hour - The Human Romance cover
Years ago I was very much into the so-called New Wave Of American Metal (NWOAM), spearheaded by bands, like Killswitch Engage, God Forbid, Chimaira and Shadows Fall. In their wake bands like Darkest Hour, Himsa and The Black Dahlia Murder made quite a name for themselves as well. Nowadays most […]

Darkest Hour – The Human Romance