WLM Reviews Suicide Silence- You Can’t Stop Me

July 16, 2014
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WLM Reviews Suicide Silence- You Can’t Stop Me

How do you honor the sacred memories of the past and embrace the special blessing of the present at the same time? Suicide Silence bears this painful endeavor.

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WLM Reviews: Dark Mirror ov Tragedy – The Lunatic Chapters of Heavenly Creatures

July 15, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Dark Mirror ov Tragedy – The Lunatic Chapters of Heavenly Creatures

Symphonic black metal band Dark Mirror ov Tragedy hails from a less mentioned East Asian country in metal, South Korea. The band strives to introduce elements of light and dark, flashing back and forth between the two to create a realistic chaos in their theatrical atmospheres.

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Song Of The Week: Heartseeker By Alteras

July 15, 2014
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Song Of The Week: Heartseeker By Alteras

We threw a little taste of hardcore at you for the first time in a long time last week and you argued it was metalcore. Well that was a fight I liked having, so let’s take a look at a band that will crank the dispute up a little further by putting “post” in...

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Top 10 Tuesday – Metal Merchandise

July 15, 2014
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Top 10 Tuesday – Metal Merchandise

  I’ve looked at merchandise in metal in past Top 10′s, but I really wanted to look at some of my favorite iconic and innovative pieces today.

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WLM reviews: Pessimistic Outcomes – Wrong

July 14, 2014
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WLM reviews: Pessimistic Outcomes – Wrong

Depressive black metal is a hard thing to capture correctly. It’s even harder to do when the band is composed of only 2 members. But Wrong, a depressive black metal band from Madrid, is just that. A thin line between not pushing the sadness enough, to overplaying the sound and becoming monotonous.

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WLM Reviews: Sylvatica – Evil Seeds

July 14, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Sylvatica – Evil Seeds

Sylvatica is a Folk/Melodic Death Metal band hailing from Nyborg, Denmark. Their formation was created in 2009 by two of the founding members of the group with their desire to play Folk Metal with Flute. Upon learning that they had difficulty finding a Flautist, that position was scrapped.

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WLM Reviews: Meridian Dawn – The Mixtape EP

July 13, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Meridian Dawn – The Mixtape EP

The unity that heavy metal has among everyone is a strong force. Whether it is cultural differences, different beliefs, or what have you etc, the power of Heavy Metal brings us together as one. Today’s artist was formed along those lines, for the distance and location of each member is widespread internationally.

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WLM Reviews: Judas Priest – Redeemer of Souls

July 12, 2014
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WLM Reviews: Judas Priest – Redeemer of Souls

What can I write about Judas Priest that already hasn’t been stated at some point in their career?  Nothing.  As a humble reviewer, all I can say now is that the mighty legends, with album number 17, continue to give us quality Metal 40 years into their existence, despite their supposed retirement a couple...

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WLM Reviews: The Flesh Prevails – Fallujah

July 11, 2014
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WLM Reviews: The Flesh Prevails – Fallujah

I can’t remember the last time I was so psyched and bummed about a tech death album since last year’s River of Nihil release. Psyched because Rivers was on top of it. I had never heard anything so technical. Bummed, because it was all going to start sounding the same. Then, Fallujah.

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