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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The Descent – The Coven Of Rats (Melodic Death Metal album review)

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The Descent’s synthesizer, melodically inspired death metal is technically interesting, and at the same time engages the listener into some serious headbanging.

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Islay – The Angels’ Share – (death metal album review)

Islay - The Angels' Share

Germans Islay play a melodic and groove inspired style of melodic death metal with plenty of intricate harmonies and mosh-worthy rhythms.

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NAMELESS ONE – Thousand Memories And Nameless Sword

Nameless One - Thousand Memories And Nameless Sword

Japan’s Nameless One play melodic death metal with catchy guitar harmonies, deathly growl vocals in the vein of Scar Symmetry and early In Flames, and plenty of melodies and heavy rhythms to raise your fists to.

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BLACK CROWN INITIATE – The Wreckage Of Stars

Black Crown Initiate - The Wreckage Of Stars

Black Crown Initiate play a heavy as hell mixture of death metal and melodic vocals with synthesizer and clean passages in the background.

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TWILIGHTFALL – The Energy Of Soul

Twilightfall - The Energy Of Soul

Ukraine’s technical thrash/death metal newcomers Twilightfall play melodic thrash/death metal that’ll take you away emotionally…

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PARASITE INC. – Time Tears Down

Germany’s Parasite Inc. play a melodic and angst-driven style of death and thrash metal that is sure to get everyone into a moshing and headbanging frenzy during their live performances.

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