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Life Of Agony: “A Place Where There’s No More Pain” Album Review

New York’s Life of Agony are poised to release their first album of all new material in 12 years this week. Entitled A Place Where There’s No More Pain, they have laid out all their proverbial cards with this release, and in my opinion, they have surpassed all expectations. If you are expecting a return to the punk-laced River Runs

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Don Tardy Talks Obituary, New Album And Kitties In New Interview

Obituary. They are to death metal what Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg are to rap. OG. Original motherfucking gangsters. Obituary are a “ground zero” band for the sound that is Florida death metal. No one quite knows why Florida became the birthplace of of the genre. It might explain why tens of thousands of old people head there to live out their

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Royal Thunder: “Wick” Album Review

It’s been seven years since Mlny Parsonz‘s haunting vocals emerged above the pitter patter of rain and introduced the world to Royal Thunder on the opening track of their eponymous EP. It’s been seven years that have seen a thunderous full-length debut, CVI:A, and a more introspective, subtler sophomore release, Crooked Doors. It’s been seven years, and now, with the

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Warbringer: “Woe To The Vanquished” Album Review

Warbringer have been one of the leaders in the “re-thrash” revolution since there signing in 2004. They have released three albums in that time span, and all three have similar qualities. My biggest complaint with them is that the band have always played it fairly safe and haven’t danced outside the genre. Don’t get me wrong, I have enjoyed parts of each album,

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Obituary: “Obituary” Album Review

Sometimes putting a new album on feels like coming home from a long day at work, grabbing a beer out of the fridge, and melting into your favorite couch. Obituary‘s new self-titled album has that familiar feel and tone to it, but it harnesses enough newness to keep you interested and head banging the entire time.  These guys are fucking

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Royal Thunder - Wick Promo

Royal Thunder: “Wick” Album Review

It’s been seven years since Mlny Parsonz‘s haunting vocals emerged above the pitter patter of rain and introduced the world to Royal Thunder on the