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Kings of Mercia – Kings of Mercia (Metal Blade Records)

…Fire” – Jim driving his uplifting guitars in highway ready mode as the ear-pleasing harmony-fueled chorus should get many toes tapping. Older 70’s nuances appear in the half-acoustic ballad “Too Far Gone”, the emotive lead break plus West Coast/southern-style swagger intriguing over the course of this six-minute plus arrangement. The layers present fit the needs of each individual song – where the musicians emphasize the main parts to grow organi…

SpellBook – Deadly Charms (Cruz del Sur Music)

…subtle keyboard use and dotted note spots taking The Police or Men At Work-like nuances into a mid-tempo hard rocking benchmark. Already impressing this scribe in 2020 through Magick & Mischief, the expansion of the lineup to a dual-guitar attack opens up sonic possibilities for SpellBook that they achieve seamlessly for Deadly Charms. It’s exciting to anticipate what will come next from this talented team of musicians. https://www.youtube.com/wa…

Under the Oak – Rabid About Metal

…maybe things will grow a bit. The title is ready, the title song is ready, it’s all about doing a little work all the time, with small results now and again. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UQsRT2JkYV8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CuuEh4_DERU Under the Oak on Facebook…

Razor – Cycle of Contempt (Relapse Records)

…chanics from the precise rhythm section work. Many will also enjoy the back-and-forth crunchy guitar/bass interplay during the early parts of the title track – showcasing a bit more of a traditional/bluesy aspect to these gentlemen before fading into the expected gallops/charge the subsequent musical movements unleash. While other bands vary the template record to record, Razor prefer the reliable method of keeping things at a speedy, thrash base…

Gurd – Hallucinations (Massacre Records)

…uring opener “Merry Go Round”, while “I Like the Pain” is a tribute to long-running cohorts Pro-Pain. The duo of V.O. Pulver and Pat lay down some sick, low-tuned chug on the rhythm front, while the supplementary leads possess adequate energy plus excitement that allows “Devil’s Bread” and “Ship in Distress” to cause massive carnage in clubs/larger festival gatherings. The stop/start activities allow drummer Steve to engage specific tracks in up-t…

Meridian – Entering the Next Dimension

…-and-coming bands. If you want to get out there and play, you can do these buy-ons for support tours for bigger bands. You could really get disillusioned by doing that. You can get no soundcheck, no accommodations – and some have the stomach to do it and slowly grow but that wouldn’t really work for us now. We are hoping to do something that has consideration for us still having day jobs. I am a schoolteacher. We are realistic about our situation….

Algebra – Chiroptera (Unspeakable Axe Records)

…alues – a plus for those who want Algebra to stand shoulder to shoulder with many of their Bay Area / European influences. Choosing to keep these songs in smaller constructs, ardent fans of semi-technical thrash in the progressive mold will savor this record for years (or decades) to follow. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGA7IJcNxGQ Algebra on Facebook…

Sinnery – Black Bile (Exitus Stratagem Records)

…that it doesn’t take another six years to hear album number three from these gentlemen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=svw2KY5bIPo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1U6_y-SDR7M Sinnery on Facebook…

Lost Society – Hold Up the Sky

…nd like, and listen to. If you take a playlist of what I listen to on a day-to-day basis, you will find Iron Maiden, Kiss, stuff like that. You will find also Lady Gaga, Nine Inch Nails, My Chemical Romance, Prodigy, everything. First and foremost, I am a music lover – I don’t like to put myself in any sort of boxes. It’s my anarchistic thing coming in – there is such a big paradox within metal music. This is the genre that you are supposed to pla…

Mentalist – Empires Falling (Mentalist Records/ Pride & Joy Music)

…its” and heavy, samba/jazz-like “Bumblebee” and you have a full record at over 66 minutes that could be a bit much to swallow or process at one sitting. Those who decide to get the box set edition can look forward to a plush Mentalist mascot toy and limited-edition t-shirt as perks. In the long run, Empires Falling will satiate most avid long-time power buffs who love Helloween and Blind Guardian put in a bit more current context. https://www.yout…

Battlesword – Towards the Unknown (MDD Records)

…tting out seven originals as well as tacking on The 13th Black Crusade maxi-single in remastered form as a three-song bonus to fill out the track list. What’s immediately apparent throughout the record is the band’s solid adherence to strong, catchy guitar lines plus proper rhythm section support to elevate key hooks on first listen to capture your headspace through subsequent playbacks. Most will be hard pressed to not perform hair windmills head…

Purpendicular – Stepping Out of the Shadows

…ing mistakes if I am too well-prepared. Rather than worrying about the reel-to-reel aspect that happened in the 70’s, you can click, edit, and some engineers will say, ‘sing this word again- okay’ until you go crazy. You lose momentum, you lose feeling, you don’t want to be in the room. Then you get angry. Herb knows me in and out. He will work with me even if I don’t have lyrics ready, but a melody in my head. Another engineer would tell me to go…

Assimilator – Assimilator (Self-Released)

…ial Hymns” contains a see-saw battle between slower, churning rhythms, semi-progressive hi-hat snare foundational components, and the caustic vocal roar pushing over the top. It’s as if these musicians aren’t afraid to add a bit of sludge or southern stomp to the heavy, discordance – the groove accents serving as a cohesive part to the driving, aggressive rhythms and equally chaotic screaming/commanding vocals that penetrate every track. What’s re…

Allen/ Olzon – Army of Dreamers (Frontiers Music)

…ks, and memorable moments for appeal in those invested in the catalogs of these musicians. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_z0rCIvZjU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=067e-cLzUPM Allen/Olzon on Facebook…

Asylum – Eliminate the Tyrant

…ularly, we can’t just drive to the next city in a few hours. Sydney is a 12-hour drive from Brisbane and Perth is a 5-hour flight! Rising costs is what I’d like to change, and I think everyone would agree! Dead Rhetoric: What sort of hobbies, passions, and interests do the members of Asylum like to engage in outside of your musical endeavors when you have the free time to do so? Armstrong: For me personally, I’m a big fan of cars. I love going to…

I AM – Eternal Steel (MNRK Heavy)

…r the course of their decade-plus activity. Eternal Steel is the third full-length, an eleven-track exercise in ferocity, where attitude reigns supreme, exhibiting intensity on multiple levels as well as proving that heaviness can take on numerous forms, shapes, and transitions to successfully penetrate the aural landscape. The chugging, churning riff machine guitarists Tom Reyes and Chris Burgess deliver track to track is the stuff that pins ears…

The Erinyes – The Erinyes (Frontiers)

…y savor this release even if it does play it safe. The Erinyes follows well-tread ground, and the tri-vocal approach isn’t really enough to make it stand out more than individual releases from each of their respected main bands. It’s hooky and catchy, and does what it is meant to do, but never feels special enough to give it more than a few passing spins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pxghbuXqYh4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpYdGo7V9b4 The E…

Stratovarius – Stepping Up the Game

…ngs or something like that, it’s a challenge. We have been trying to do one-third to maximum one-half of the new songs in my era from 2008-onward. The rest of it is the golden 90’s from Tolkki’s-era. It depends on the set length- if we have a headlining set of ninety minutes or two hours, we can play a lot of the old songs. A lot of people that come to our shows want to hear the older stuff. Dead Rhetoric: A few years ago, you got the chance to me…

Trauma – Awakening (Massacre Records)

…Brian ratchets his mid-range to upper echelon pipes in a sinister, Savatage-esque manner for the follow-up “The River Red”. Spots of dynamic reflection or introspection appear time to time so as to not overwhelm the listener – “Falling Down” the biggest recipient to that philosophy, emphasizing sterling vocal harmonies, clean guitar work from time to time during the verses, and engaging musical interplay during the extended instrumental sequence r…

Revocation – Netherheaven (Metal Blade)

…serving up plenty of road worthy material that will once again go down like gangbusters. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9ljnukL26A https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=moN0-W8k_mg Revocation on Facebook…

Under the Oak – Rattus Norvegicus (WormHoleDeath)

…tir up those fist waving, audience participation movements – even in a semi-chaotic fashion with thunderous mid-tempo foundational components that switch into blasting nuances and wah-wah lead break bends as “Bangkok Haircut” achieves. Where Under the Oak may garner standout kudos could be the specific diverse melodies pushed forth by Jostein – traversing aspects of doom, epic, and thrash for his voice with “Everything Became Nothing” and “Our Own…

Blind Guardian – The God Machine (Nuclear Blast)

…is catchy, ideal for those who may have thought this band went too far astray from their power/speed roots. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vUpF6VjIC-8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCzE9LX8cgc Blind Guardian on Facebook…

Trial (Swe) – Feed the Fire (Metal Blade)

…its origins. Don the patch-filled denim jacket, bring all your friends together, as this record celebrates the wonder, energy, and excitement of the genre. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbpJ5ztWZAo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0prWROoYqpg Trial (Swe) on Facebook…

Warforged – The Grove | Sundial (The Artisan Era)

…one of the finest extreme metal offerings you’ll find this year, for it’s ability to meld the mindmelting stuff into a more interesting and unique listen. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jnh4bYsrRu4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_YJyBAq6D1o Warforged on Facebook…

Wolfheart – Gathering in the North

…ic business or the record labels. Saying that, I am going back to my twenty-year-old version where I had a lot of projects. Was it smart? At that age, it was fun to make music, and it was labels issues if there were too many in a year. I didn’t care about the promo or the career, I just wanted to make music. I’m closing that circle now. Seeing what the pandemic caused, I didn’t think the music business could have that kind of a shutdown. Now it di…

Asylum – Tyrannicide (Self-Released)

…les or studio tricks, instead putting the pedal to the medal through gallop-oriented rhythms, rapid-fire gritty melodies, effective solos, and undeniable hooks that traverse influences from the Bay Area scene as easily as mainland Europe. Machine gun down picking appears to be a staple from guitarists Rob Armstrong and Shane Robins – where acts like Dark Angel and Kreator come to mind for headbanging highlights such as “Eternal Violence” and the t…

Box – Cherry Blossoms at Night (Miserable Pyre of Secrets)

…n, look out – the talent here is blatantly obvious. For now, Cherry Blossoms at Night is representative of wearing a few too many hats at the same time. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EJIODgc3qE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=endCF6t7HCE Box on Instagram…

Aquila – Metal Is Metal

…ase? Arruda: It first started in 2006, I joined around 2007. We did a three-song demo, it was pretty raw. When I re-read some reviews on it, it had a little bit more of a black metal vibe to it. Then we did our second three-song demo in 2008, and we sent those out for reviews. We got more into the metalcore scene. When we did Imperium, we were all young guys. The other band members are eight years younger than I am, so they were into that metalcor…

Death Scythe – Killing for Pleasure Forever (Self-Released)

…ost in Eternity” which comes from the Megadeth mold. By the time the Maiden-esque spider web-filled musical movements penetrate closer “The Death Scythe”, most listeners will leave battered and bruised at the vicious, aggressive nature that takes place next to these highly catchy riffs, swinging rhythm section mechanics, and impassioned scream/growl switch offs. Normally revisiting older material is seen as a cash grab – in the case of Death Scyth…

Eaten by Sharks – Eradication (Self-Released)

…dgeoning you’d hope for. Plus, it’s sharks! Not another lame zombie or serial killer romp, but deep sea underwater madness! Kudos to some extreme originality. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Kal6LJa9ik https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKQq6XGrZh0 Eaten by Sharks on Facebook…

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