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Album Review: GHOST – Meliora


GHOST – Meliora Ghost come out on top offering a compelling addition to the overarching message of self-determined freedom with a well-crafted album that rocks harder than ever. Meliora…delivers more of a modern edge with sharper teeth when compared to its predecessor, while maintaining continuity with the overall evolution of …

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Album Review: KAMELOT – Haven

Kamelot Haven

Kamelot – Haven takes the band’s signature symphonic metal to the next level Haven is an epic journey across a vast melodic landscape, and Tampa, Florida’s symphonic power metal veterans Kamelot prove once again that they are more than capable of navigating the complex terrain. After two decades of brilliant …

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Album Review: MELECHESH – Enki


Melechesh return with a vengeance with Enki, their sixth full-length studio album Melechesh return with a vengeance with Enki, their sixth full-length studio album and follow-up to 2010’s The Epigenesis. Lead by frontman Ashmedi, Melechesh weaves a sonic tapestry that effortlessly blends Middle Eastern melodic elements with contemporary black metal …

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Album Review: REVOCATION – Deathless

[columns] [column size=”1/3″][/column] [column size=”2/3″] [/column] [/columns] Revocation is a band that just keeps getting better with each album. Right out of the starting gate Deathless proves to be a punchy, unrelenting assault that blends elements of thrash and death metal with just the right amount of technical prowess, creating …

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Album Review: OPETH – Pale Communion

Pale Communion

Opeth’s latest studio release on Roadrunner Records, Pale Communion, proves to be their strongest effort since 2008’s Watershed, which marked a turning point in the band’s stylistic evolution. Following Watershed, the band released Heritage in 2011, an album that many critics regarded as a stark departure from the band’s original …

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Album Review: FINNTROLL – Natten Med De Levande Finntroll

[columns] [column size=”1/3″][/column] [column size=”2/3″] [/column] [/columns] Out of the dark, primeval forests of ancient Scandinavia emerge seven mischievous musical creatures working together to bring us an unforgettably unique evening of intoxicating debauchery and euphonious mayhem. Founded in 1997, Finntroll has established itself as one of the most uncommon and …

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