Heavy Metal

WLM Reviews: Until Dawn – Horizon

August 2, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Until Dawn – Horizon

Being from Eastern Canada when I hear Fort McMurray Alberta the first thing I think of is all my peers moving out to Western Canada to find work; on the other hand the last thing I think of when I hear Fort McMurray is metal. Especially good metal!

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WLM Reviews: Dead in the Dirt’s – The Blind Hole

August 1, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Dead in the Dirt’s – The Blind Hole

22 tracks of soul diminishing noise. That’s my first by line for “Dead in the Dirt’s new album: The Blind Hole. Over the course of these twenty two tracks you see the longest coming in at only 2:

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WLM Reviews: James LaBrie – Impermanent Resonance

July 28, 2013
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WLM Reviews: James LaBrie – Impermanent Resonance

I’ve been a fan of James LaBrie since his initial performance as lead singer for Progressive Metal powerhouse Dream Theater back in 1992. He has a distinct voice (perhaps a little more tenor than I normally prefer) and is instantly recognizable.

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Lycanthia Brings Us Cluster from the Outback

July 12, 2013
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Lycanthia Brings Us Cluster from the Outback

There are so many sub-genres and offshoots of metal these days I tend to stick to the few I know and rarely stray from my happy place. With that said, every once and awhile a band will come along that appeals to me and I feel I need to learn more.

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WLM Reviews: Nothing Violates This Nature by All Pigs Must Die

July 11, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Nothing Violates This Nature by All Pigs Must Die

2011 was a great year for music. We saw the release of Black Dahlia Murder’s Ritual, Between the Buried and Me’s The Parallax (Hypersleep Dialogues), Sixx AM’s This is Gonna Hurt, Motorhead’s The World is Yours, and countless others that appeared on my year end list.

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WLM Reviews: Witch Cross – Axe to Grind

July 7, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Witch Cross – Axe to Grind

Witch Cross originated in Copenhagen back in the 80s along side Mercyful Fate, playing a Traditional Metal style, with a distinct NWOBHM flavor to the music.  In 1984, they released Fit for Fight, and then seemingly disappeared for nearly 30 years – just a one and done kind of band, right?

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Album Review: Megadeth – Super Collider

June 22, 2013
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Album Review: Megadeth – Super Collider

Megadeth, at the mention of that name you know it’s going to be good. You think to yourself “legendary”,you think about the staple they are in the metal industry,and have been for the past 25+ years.

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Album Review: Graveyard Dead by Death Valley Driver

June 19, 2013
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Album Review: Graveyard Dead by Death Valley Driver

I have to apologize for being a bit late on this highly anticipated release, but you see I walked through a swamp of deep sludgy metal and when I came out on the other side Death Valley Driver shoved me back in for another ride.

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Guest review: Judicator — Sleepy Plessow

June 16, 2013
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Guest review: Judicator — Sleepy Plessow

If you’ve never heard of Judicator, don’t feel bad. If you still haven’t heard of them a year or two down the road, I’ll be assuming you don’t listen to music. Now personally, I’m not huge on Power Metal, especially if it’s from the United States.

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