Death/Black Metal

Album Review: Miseration – Tragedy Has Spoken

July 7, 2012
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Album Review: Miseration – Tragedy Has Spoken

If you take some human suffering, throw in a touch of infinite tragedy and examine the diversity of the awful things that happen to us as humans, what do you get? Death metal of course, or to be more specific the new piece of hell reincarnated by Miseration.

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Album Review: Whitechapel

June 30, 2012
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Album Review: Whitechapel

Whitechapel has been around for a bit and I’m not one to take things from press releases, but this statement summed them up very nicely: “six men hell bent on blasting you with contemporary heavy metal.” That is Whitechapel.

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Album Review: Mortal Infinity – District Destruction

June 28, 2012
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Album Review: Mortal Infinity – District Destruction

When sitting down and listening to Mortal Infinity’s District Destruction I noticed something on my page that I have never really seen before: it was a series of slashes (/). In other words I was saying the band was a bit of one thing, and a bit of another.

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Album Review: Resurgency – False Enlightenment

June 21, 2012
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Album Review: Resurgency – False Enlightenment

www.myspace.com/resurgency talks about a band that uses death metal to show “the wrong perverted mirroring of the truth presented to mankind. Don’t worry, I didn’t really get it either; but if their passionate I certainly appreciate the effort. The album is out and getting the vinyl treatment later on and I can see why.

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Album Review: Flying – Graceful Murder

June 7, 2012
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Album Review: Flying – Graceful Murder

It’s been far too long since we have had some foreign Melodic Death Metal on WLM so today I’m giving you a look at Flying and their new album “Graceful Murder.” They formed in 1998 and since they hail from the Ukraine I figure that’s enough of a foreign influence for everyone.

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Album Review: Six Feet Under – Undead

May 24, 2012
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Album Review: Six Feet Under – Undead

Chris Barnes. Yes you know him. He is about as close to a household name as an extreme metal singer is going to get. His voice spawns fear and admiration in anyone that listens to him.

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Album Review: Cattle Decapitation – Monolith of Inhumanity

May 10, 2012
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Album Review: Cattle Decapitation – Monolith of Inhumanity

We have established a long time ago that when it comes to death metal I can be a bit of a pussy. The claustrophobic nature of some death metal bands can actually scare me and give me anxiety. One of the issues with that statement is that it comes across as a bad thing.

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Review: Odium — Burning The Bridges To Nowhere

May 5, 2012
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Review: Odium — Burning The Bridges To Nowhere

My virtual dictionary tells me the definition of “odium” is intense hatred or dislike. This, combined with the title of Odium’s new album, “Burning The Bridges To Nowhere”, led me to believe I was about to experience some serious heavy rocking, some intense metal truly worthy of the name.

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Album Review: Allegaeon – Formshifter

May 3, 2012
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Album Review: Allegaeon – Formshifter

For Allegaeon you can search our past articles on the band or head over to www.metalblade.com/allegaeon to get some background on a group that many are calling the leaders of Modern Death Metal. When it comes to this group of guys the back story, personal lives, or favorite colors of the members don’t matter.

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