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Album Review: Ivory Gates – The Devil’s Dance

March 17, 2012
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Album Review: Ivory Gates – The Devil’s Dance

We’re taking a look at some Brazilian Progressive Metal today that was a very pleasant surprise for this often cynical reviewer. The album we are looking at is “Ivory Gate’s” third studio album. “The Devil’s Dance” has a variety of themes, but they hold the consistency of being very dark and heavy in nature.

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Review: ENTHRALL — Throes Of Fire

March 15, 2012
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Review: ENTHRALL — Throes Of Fire

I’ve been sitting, virtual pen posed over virtual paper, for an hour now and I still can’t figure out how to describe ENTHRALL’s latest album, Throes Of Fire. Oh, there are plenty of adjectives to be applied: smooth, powerful, captivating, varied. And it’s that last one, varied, which is giving me the trouble.

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The Words of Fang VonWrathenstein – The Importance of Posters

March 14, 2012
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The Words of Fang VonWrathenstein – The Importance of Posters

Hails metalheads! My name is Ty, and I’m the vocalist and manager for the unsigned heavy metal band Lords of the Trident (www.LordsOfTheTrident.com) from Madison, Wisconsin, USA. WeLoveMetal.com has asked me to write a series of articles about how unsigned bands can navigate the difficult and ever-changing world of the modern music scene.

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Album Review: Deals Death – Elite

March 10, 2012
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Album Review: Deals Death – Elite

Sweden and death metal is much like Gene Simmons and whores: you don’t see one without the other. The only issue with that is over the last few years some of the more Melodic Death Metal bands coming out of the country have produced a sound that has them all sounding exactly the same.

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Review: Everything Went Black – Cycles Of Light

March 5, 2012
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Review: Everything Went Black – Cycles Of Light

Imagine, for a moment, you’re out driving. The engine purrs, the highway is empty. It’s just you, smooth pavement and clear blue sky. Maybe the radio is on, maybe the sunroof is open, the details aren’t important. What matters is you’re alone and wild and free. There are no distractions.

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Guest review with The Metal Advisor

February 28, 2012
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Guest review with The Metal Advisor

This week we decided to try something different. Adam, from The Metal Advisor, wrote a review of Death’s Symbolic album from 1995. And, in return, the Advisor invited us to write a review for their blog. I took up the invitation and reviewed a young band called Jagged Surge.

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Retro Review: Death’s Symbolic (1995)

February 27, 2012
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Retro Review: Death’s Symbolic (1995)

Sometimes it’s nice to stop listening to whatever new is coming down the pipe and dig out your old favourites. Nothing beats having a couple of friends over and playing the music you loved in wilder, more simple times.

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Review: Nephelium — Coils of Entropy

February 23, 2012
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Review: Nephelium — Coils of Entropy

Take some classic metal beats, throw in modern guitar work and a voice that sounds like a giant smoke stack belching clouds of toxic power into the sky and you have Nephelium’s latest album Coils of Entropy.

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Review: Karnak Seti — In Harmonic Entropy

February 17, 2012
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Review: Karnak Seti — In Harmonic Entropy

Before getting into Karnak Seti’s new release, In Harmonic Entropy, I feel I should explain something. You know those weeks when it seems there are a hundred little things on your to-do list?

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