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WLM Reviews: Kayser – Read Your Enemy

March 2, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Kayser – Read Your Enemy

For a band that has been around for a decade and releasing their third full length (albeit the first since 2006), Kayser is one that has flown completely below my Metal radar.  This is an unfortunate situation that has been remedied with their album Read Your Enemy on Listenable Records.

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WLM Reviews: Exmortus – Slave to the Sword

February 23, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Exmortus – Slave to the Sword

Though I was expecting them to be, Southern California Metal quartet Exmortus is NOT a Retro Thrash band.  What they do is cross some boundaries and explore multiple genres, like neoclassical shred, Bay Area thrash, progressive death and traditional heavy metal, resulting in heavy and interestingly melodic killer Metal.

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We Love Top 10 Metal Guitars

January 23, 2014
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We Love Top 10 Metal Guitars

In this world of metal we live in, everything is essential. In one region, theres lyrics, instrumentals, concepts and themes. In another region theres performance, presence, attitude and image. Theres a few more regions and aspects in the metal world, but today we are going to focus on something very specific.

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WLM Reviews: The Haunted – Eye of the Storm EP

January 21, 2014
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WLM Reviews: The Haunted – Eye of the Storm EP

Gothenburg’s own, The Haunted, today drop their first recording since 2011’s Unseen with their three song EP/single on Century Media Records.  The most significant thing about Eye of the Storm is that it marks the return of vocalist Marco Aro to the fold replacing Peter Dolving for the second time.

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Killers Lodge is Rustic on Unnecessary I

December 26, 2013
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Killers Lodge is Rustic on Unnecessary I

Talk about a weird title for a blog eh! The actual definition of Rustic is “lacking refinement or elegance; course.” I know that comes off as a little bit mean and I felt the same way after I started taking notes on the band’s debut album Unnecessary I.

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Horns Up for Motorhead

October 31, 2013
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Horns Up for Motorhead

The new album Aftershock has hit the store shelves and it is literally so good that… so Motorhead like that I didn’t even get around to having the review out before the release date.

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Featured Video: Toxic Holocaust – Acid Fuzz

October 30, 2013
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Toxic Holocaust may have practically written the same song 50 times but this video for Acid Fuzz, off of their new album Chemistry of Consciousness, is something new and very enjoyable. Watch the animated video for mutant creatures, blood, gore, explosions and everything else thrash.

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Book review — Eviscerated Panda: Back in Bamboo by Sarah Tipper

October 29, 2013
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Book review — Eviscerated Panda: Back in Bamboo by Sarah Tipper

Eviscerated Panda: Back in Bamboo is the second book of the Eviscerated Panda series (soon to be a trilogy) and Back in Bamboo picks up right where the first novel, Eviscerated Panda: A Metal Tale, left off.

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Album Review: Skeletonwitch – Serpents Unleashed

October 24, 2013
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Album Review: Skeletonwitch – Serpents Unleashed

Skeletonwitch has worked its way up over the last few years to become one of the most prominent new thrash metal bands becoming favourites among many. But they have not been recognized for being the next Metallica but for the pursuing of their icy melodic black metal covered brand of thrash.

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