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Critical Defiance: “Misconception” Album Review

We are spoiled in the USA and Europe since we have always had easy access to the metal music we love. If you’ve ever watched videos of performances in South America, the fans are out of control – wild and insanely devoted. Maybe not so much today, but once upon a time metal was a rarity in these parts. Chilean

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Laceration: “Remnants” Album Review

Laceration are bringing the old school thrash/death metal sound to the forefront with Remnants. It features their earliest recordings culled from a demo mixed with a split done in 2013 with Tinnitus. Featuring excellent production and high energy, Remnants is a splattering of mayhem. Reminiscent of early Slayer/Testament, “Realms of the Unconscious” delivers the furious old school energy of the

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Morgengrau: “Blood Oracle” Album Review

When reviewing an album, I’ll occasionally do a thing whereby I won’t look at the biography or band site. Instead, just listen first and get a feeling. Blood Oracle was just the album to do this with, and I will say why afterwards. Morgengrau hail from Texas and formed in 2010. This new album was produced by Harris Johns (Celtic

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Get Branded By The Power Of Morgengrau’s “Wolves Of Thirteen”

Like a fiery brand against a barren ass, Texas death petal purveyors Morgengrau blister and melt away listeners with intense speed and precision. They will release their sophomore album, Blood Oracle,” June 22 on Unspeakable Axe Records. “Wolves of Thirteen” has just been released to the masses, including rapid-fire chugs, blistering sqeels, and blast-beat bludgeoning. Watch the video below, and

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Laceration - Remnants - Cover

Laceration: “Remnants” Album Review

Laceration are bringing the old school thrash/death metal sound to the forefront with Remnants. It features their earliest recordings culled from a demo mixed with