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Possessed - Revelations of Oblivion - Cover

Possessed: “Revelations of Oblivion” Album Review

Like many other thrash/death metal fans, I have been waiting nearly three decades for a new album from San Francisco’s Possessed. When Seven Churches and Beyond the Gates were released, they were mind blowing! They took evil metal to a new level of heavy. Alas, the band broke up after releasing The Eyes of Horror in 1987, but I am

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The Damned Things - High Crimes - Cover

The Damned Things: “High Crimes” Album Review

Something I find surprising, but has also become a normal occurrence, is bands forming super groups. One such group is The Damned Things, which is made up of Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die), Scott Ian (Anthrax), Andy Hurley (Fall Out Boy), Joe Trohman (Fall Out Boy), and newest member Dan Andriano (Alkaline Trio). It’s been eight years since their

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Vader - Thy Messenger - Promo

Vader Release Lyric Video For “Grand Deceiver” From New EP

Poland’s Vader will turn on May 31 with a new EP entitled Thy Messenger on Nuclear Blast Records. In anticipation of the release, the thrash gods have released the first single, “Grand Deceiver.” The band states: We are so excited to give you a new Vader song from our fresh record! “Grand Deceiver” is the opening track on Thy Messenger EP and

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Possessed - Live at Bloodstock

Possessed Release Live Video Of “Shadowcult” From Bloodstock 2017

Possessed have navigated adversity over the for more than three decades. Now, they are returning with Revelations Of Oblivion, their first album since 1986’s Beyond the Gates. The new album will be released on May 10 via Nuclear Blast Records, and they have released a live reading of “Shadowcult” recorded at Bloodstock Open Air 2017. Jeff Becerra comments, We had such

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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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