Schizogen – Parasitic Origin (Guttural Death Metal album review)

Schizogen - Parasitic Origin

Kiev, Ukraine’s guttural death metal lords Schizogen play a pulverizing blend of skull shattering extreme metal meets gut regurgitating brutal death.

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666 Shades Of Shit – Bitchagram (Guttural Death Metal album review)

666 Shades Of Shit - Bitchagram

666 Shades Of Shit play horrifc, gore soaked guttural death metal, which is sure to make you drown in your own pool of shit!

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Greg Lake – Greg Lake/Manoeuvres (Rock Music double album review)

Greg Lake-MANOEUVRES

This double CD set by Greg Lake is a classic in the form of the self titled CD, “Greg Lake” and “Manoeuvres”, which is loaded with immense talent from this British-born songwriter and one-time member of ELP.

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Insatanity – Divine Decomposition (Brutal Death Metal album review)

Insatanity - Divine Decomposition

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s sinister and unholy, brutal guttural terror unit known as Insatanity is definitely going to beat your skull in with their brand of ultra brutal death metal with slight hints of black metal.

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Cyanosis – Perpetuation Of Eradication (Brutal death metal album review)

Cyanosis - Perpetuation Of Eradication

Cyanosis play guttural death metal that’s potent enough to make the listener regurgitate last night’s meal of visceral human flesh – yes, it is that disgustingly grotesque.

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Slammin Thru – Things To Come (Progressive Metal album review)

Slamin Thru - Things To Come

Slamin Thru play a hybrid of progressive heavy metal with futuristic touches of tech sounds and passages, which sets their songs on fire, at first listen.

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HerezA – I Become Death (Death Metal album review)

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Croatian extreme metal band HerezA play old school death metal within the Swedish vein, and keep their music dark with slight hardcore sounds mixed in with the heaviness of modern day death metal.

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Violblast – Conflict (Thrash Metal album review)

Violblast-Conflict

Violblast play thrash metal influenced by the likes of early Slayer, Sepultura and Kreator, but with their own style of European brutality and musical insanity.

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Sunterra – Reborn

Sunterra-Reborn

Sunterra’s music on “Reborn” reminds of creepy and haunting moments found in a funeral home, as their style of gothic/industrial metal is hollowed and lifeless-sounding.

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Kamelot – Where I Reign (Symphonic/Prog Metal album review)

Kamelot-Where-I-Reign

Tampa, Florida’s Kamelot is back with a Best Of CD, and it features everything they’ve done from their first CD “Eternity” to 2003’s fantastic-sounding “Epica” CD, and it’s sure to make you rock your head head off.

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