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Gojira ‘magma’

Frenchmen Gojira made enough noise in our world with their last album to awaken their monstrous namesake (gojira being the Japanese name for godzilla) they’ve returned this summer with its follow-up, a 44 minute collection entitled Magma. I went into … Continue reading

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Rotting Christ ‘Rituals’

Of all the bands to come out of Greece in the last thirty years, perhaps none have had such a lasting impact as these Athenian hell raisers. Frontman Sakis Tollis and his crew have been riding a massive hot streak since … Continue reading

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Metaprism ‘The Human Encryption’

The Human Encryption is the debut album from Bournemouth based wrecking crew Metaprism and it leave your neck feeling as if it’s been lashed by the waves of a fierce south coast tempest. Apparently storms make for great metal, who … Continue reading

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‘The Astonishing’ Review

Let’s face it Dream Theater have never been accused of lacking ambition in the past. in terms of sheer volume of material, their 2016 release opus goes far beyond what even longtime fans – including myself – will be expecting. I have to … Continue reading

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Now, Diabolical Satyricon

Now, Diabolical is the sixth studio release from Norwegian Black Metal (BM) trio Satyricon.  BM is often viewed as an inaccessible genre, a ferocious peak which only veteran headbangers can ascend.  In many cases this is true enough, not everyone has the … Continue reading

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