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by / on October 29, 2013 at 12:05 pm / in Album Reviews, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

REVIEW: Death Angel – The Dream Calls for Blood

Technical, innovative and groundbreaking thrash metal band Death Angel released their latest album ‘The Dream Calls for Blood’. Review.

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by / on September 2, 2013 at 4:38 pm / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

REVIEW: Annihilator – Feast

Among the handful of metal bands coming from the land of the maple leaf are the resilient and talented Annihilator. Review of their latest album, Feast.

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by / on June 17, 2013 at 10:36 am / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

REVIEW: Megadeth – Super Collider

Megadeth reach their fourteenth studio album, ‘Super Collider’. It follows the trail of their most recent albums: almost a ‘best of’ of their career, touching lightly their initial thrash metal phase, but focusing more on their hard rock and heavy metal oriented vibe of the past 22 years. Read the review.

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by / on March 4, 2013 at 10:12 am / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

REVIEW: Sylosis – Monolith

Sylosis’ third release Monolith gifts the listener with eleven solid torpedoes of aggressive and entertaining heavy music. Read the rest of Fabio Marraccini’s review.

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by / on August 27, 2012 at 10:34 am / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

Tankard – A Girl Called Cerveza

  Artist Name: TankardTitle Name: A Girl Called CervezaLabel: Nuclear BlastReviewed by: Fabio Marraccini    The raw, thrashy, legendary, fun, resilient and beer-fuelled kings of alcoholic metal are back! Going on for 30 years now, Tankard would easily form Germany’s response to the so called “Big 4” of thrash metal*, together with country mates Kreator, Sodom and Destruction. Reaching their 15th […]

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by / on August 6, 2012 at 3:04 pm / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Metal / Hard Rock

Bonded by Blood – The Aftermath

Bonded by Blood: The Aftermath, a review by Fabio Marraccini

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