WLM Reviews: Trouble – The Distortion Field

August 3, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Trouble – The Distortion Field

Chicago Doom masters Trouble have been at this Heavy Metal thing for a long time, really since before I started listening to the genre.  The Distortion Field, on FRW Records, is only their second studio album since 1995, and it sounds like they have spent the time writing some high quality Metal.

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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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Ticket Giveaway — See Fight or Flight live!

July 31, 2013
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Ticket Giveaway — See Fight or Flight live!

Good news, everyone! the group Fight or flight is going to be playing on stage at Gramercy Theater in New York City, New York, on August 3rd. That’s this weekend! The stage will also feature acts from Mindset Evolution, Anaka and A Lesson In Violence. Here is the fun part.

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Album Review: Gris – À L’âme enflammée, L’âme constelée…

July 31, 2013
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Album Review: Gris – À L’âme enflammée, L’âme constelée…

From the snow sheeted forests of Quebec emerges Gris, a two man atmospheric black metal band. They heavily hit the attention of the black metal scene with the release of their debut album Il était un Forêt… in 2007. For me and many others, their music was heart piercing with emotion.

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Top 10 Tuesday: Heavy Metal Fails

July 30, 2013
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Top 10 Tuesday: Heavy Metal Fails

Today is just for fun after the Satan fiasco from last week. What we’re going to look at is ten “fails” on YouTube in reference to heavy metal. They are in no particular order, but each and every one of them made me laugh. Feel free to share some of your favorites:

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Featured Video: LA COLPA – “La dittatura degli anestesisti”

July 29, 2013
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Featured Video: LA COLPA – “La dittatura degli anestesisti”

Being an English speaking site we tend to focus on either bands that speak English as their native tongue, or bands that choose to sing in English to appeal to the North American market. I can forgive myself for that because bands singing in other languages tend to avoid sites that write in English.

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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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WLM Reviews: Mercenary – Through Our Darkest Days

July 27, 2013
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WLM Reviews: Mercenary – Through Our Darkest Days

Mercenary’s 2013 offering of Through Our Darkest Days is an album I have been anticipating for a while. The band has never been a favorite of mine, but one I appreciate and definitely do like.

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