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Paradise Lost / Draconian Times give us a greater respect for both album and band

In 1995 the now legendary UK Doom/Death/Gothic Metal outfit 'Paradise Lost' released their ‘Draconian Times’ album. Considered a masterpiece by many, it was a piece which defined them creatively, and firmly placed...

Shores of Null / Beyond The Shores is magnificently powerful and moving

Italian Melodic Doom Metal outfit Shores of Null return with their third studio full length, following the well received, melodic and sombre 'Quiescence' in 2014 and the darker and more complex 'Black...

Cadaver / Pulling the death and gore stops out on the fantastic ‘Edder and Bile’

Norwegian Death Metal duo Cadaver are back with another full length. Their fourth album, 'Edder and Bile' is a ten track thirty-one-minute chunk of death and gore.Cadaver - Edder and Bile (Nuclear...

Scour / A refreshingly brutal chunk of Black Metal to delight the ear and assault the senses

The Black Metal supergroup Scour return with their third EP, continuing with a colour theme for the title of 'Black' which follow 2016’s 'Grey' EP and the 'Red' EP of 2017.Scour -...

Revolting / A Brutal drive with a deeper context leaves the competition standing still

Rogga Johansson is back again, this time with his band ‘Revolting’ and there is something to be said for his creating on average ten to twelve albums a year.Revolting - The Shadow...

Toxaemia / Thrilling beast of an Old School Death Metal album released

It’s taken over three decades to reach fruition, but Swedish cult Death Metal outfit Toxaemia are finally set to release their debut full length 'Where Paths Divide'. This will enthral anyone lucky enough...

Soulburn / Extreme Metal Perfection in all its powerful glory

Dutch Death/Black/Doom Metal outfit Soulburn do not surface very often, but when they do, you know that it is to deliver a brutal slice of audio devastation and that time is on...

Garagedays / Back to their roots, but with energy fresh and new

Austrian Heavy Metal Thrashers Garagedays are back again with their fourth studio full length 'Something Black' and I will confess to having a special place in my heart for this band.Garagedays -...

Sylvan Realm / The dark, haunting and cathartically reflective quality of Waldeinsamkeit

It has been nine long years since Sylvan Realm released their debut album 'The Lodge of Transcendence', due to band mastermind Sylvan being in a Master’s program, but they are back with...

Vyrion / Extreme Metal which stands out amongst its peers

Brisbane Black Metal outfit Vyrion return with their third album 'Nil', an eight track, forty-nine minute offering that is Black 'N' Roll at the core, but is as progressive as it is...

Autopsy / Mouthwatering Live In Chicago performance captured for upcoming release

Live is where Metal is truly at it's best and any Metal band that performs live should eventually have a live album in their catalogue. Autopsy are, for me, all about the...

Kneel / Ailment is truly a brutal and engaging listen

It has been close to seven years since the release of his debut solo album 'Interstice', but multi-instrumentalist and producer Pedro Mau (ex-Kneeldown, Wells Valley) is back with a new studio effort...

Anaal Nathrakh / An ongoing source of aural devastation

Anaal Nathrakh have always been the ultimate Extreme Metal band. Their first full length, 'The Codex Necro', was such an aural and mental shock it metaphorically punched me into the following week....

Hateful / Complex, fascinating and engaging Italian Technical Death Metal

Italian Technical Death Metal trio Hateful are set to release their third full length, their first with Transcending Obscurity Records.Titled 'Set Forever On Me', it is an album that delivers exactly...

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