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Onslaught: “Generation Antichrist” Album Review

Time for some more killer thrash! Onslaught’s upcoming album, Generation Antichrist, is fast, intense, and filled with killer guitar solos.  Onslaught, formed back in 1982 in the United Kingdom, put out three albums before breaking up in 1991. The band reformed in 2005 and added another four albums to their name with Generation Antichrist being the fourth. This album is

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Alestorm Release “Tortuga” Single And Music Video

Our favorite pirate metallers Alestorm will return on May 29 with Curse of the Crystal Coconut and they have released a new single and music video entitled “Tortuga.” Alestorm on the new video: “Oh wow! Chris from Alestorm here. We’re really excited to release our new vi- IT’S ME, CAPTAIN YARRFACE! GET OUT OF MY WAY LITTLE BOY BOWES! THIS SONG

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Lamb Of God: “Lamb Of God” Album Review

Randy Blythe opens Lamb of God‘s eponymous release with plain sung vocals, introducing “Momento Mori” delicately, only to pop the cork on this beast of a song with his trademark raspy wail. It is a fitting opening salvo for the band’s eighth release and first to hit the streets in five years. Lamb of God is a summation of their sound.

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Imonolith: “State of Being” Album Review

Welcome to what many are referring to as apocalyptic times. Although there are no zombies in sight, we are forced to self-isolate. Now is a good time to indulge in some newer metal bands and explore the vast universe of metal that is out there. Imonolith is a newer band from Canada that formed in 2018, and their debut album

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Okilly Dokilly - Live In Teaneck NJ - By Elliot Levin

Okilly Dokilly Live Photos From Debonair Music Hall In Teaneck, NJ

For a joke band, five angry Ned Flanders pack a hell of a punch. That’s what everyone at the Debonair Music Hall in Teaneck, New Jersey, on Sunday, April 14, when Okilly Dokilly reeducated locals with equal parts Simpsons fandom and gut-crushing doom metal. The self-styled Heavy Nedal band first went viral over a year ago, and topped that just

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Cradle of Filth - Irving Plaza - By Elliot Levin

Cradle Of Filth Live Photos From Irving Plaza In New York, NY

Dani Filth and his evil ilk clobbered New York’s Irving Plaza on Thursday night, bringing a brutal lineup of bands and the blackest hearts of hatred with them. Cradle of Filth blasted their way through a dozen songs, including fan favorites like “Dusk & Her Embrace,” “Nymphetamine Fix,” and howling opener “Gilded C*nt,” leaving no eardrums unassaulted. Kicking off the

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