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Dragonhammer – Second Life (My Kingdom Music)

…he normal fare one expects on these records. The knack for many Italian musicians to inject some dance groove ambiance into the metal mold keeps this style fresh even at faster paces – “Silver Feathers” another highlight between Mattia’s confident vocal melodies as well as the shifting paces / interplay, dropping in some Celtic vibes for a dynamic buildup to the next dueling axe/ivory instrumental action sequence. Many will close their eyes at the…

Iron Flesh – Limb After Limb (War Anthem Records)

Quickly establishing an active profile on the recording front since arriving on the scene in 2017, French death metal act Iron Flesh combine a sinister mix of classic 90’s HM-2 driven European influences with splashes of classic/extreme heavy metal hooks/touches. Limb After Limb is the quartet’s third album, already releasing two EP’s and two full-lengths in the first four years, intertwining a mix of shorter, impactful songs plus a couple of epi…

Edge of Haze – The Convoy of Ruin (Darkening Tone Records)

…ecause of its contrasts, innovative attention to musicianship, yet never taking for granted the need for aural hooks – fleshing out the details with choirs and female vocals when needed. Edge of Haze will garner adequate appeal from most progressive audiences – and with the right marketing push, can move into alternative/modern followings as well. The Convoy of Ruin contains an adequate array of fascinating songs that keep listeners engaged, uncov…

Dragonland – A Celestial Journey

…he story. We knew “A Light in the Dark” would be the second track, then looking at songs like “Celestial Squadron”, we knew where to place them. We had a broad sense of the fast songs, taking it down, finding a good balance because we knew we needed some pauses there in the middle. That was the process. Jonas wrote all the lyrics this time, and at the end Olof came in and wrote a forward to the tracks which you can read in the booklet to flesh out…

Project Pain – Faster Disaster (FA Studio Records)

…plet transitional shift along with additional falsetto-esque vocal parts taking this arrangement into more classic/traditional metal nuances a la U.D.O. or Iron Maiden. The steady, battering ram precision certain songs deliver elevates Project Pain beyond the basic framework of their chosen style into heart thumping, chest beating glory – even the special cymbal hits or bass lines in sections of “Fields of Death” pulsate in left field angles, whil…

Ninth Realm – A Fate Unbroken (Mercenary Press)

…d of the underground scene. Ben Hageage as a singer navigates between a barking hardcore delivery and a bestial growler/screamer summoning the demons – sometimes switching between both voicings at a moment’s notice. The guitar work carries the metal workload, injecting all the key gallops or semi-melodic/harmony twists while getting down to the aggressive riff business that followers desire in this genre. Add in the right bass highlights or ideal…

Nicklas Sonne – Truth in Resonance

…tions I’ve been in, and that’s very difficult. That thing where you are walking down a path and it’s dark on one side and bright on the other side, you don’t know which side you will fall on if you slip. It’s a feeling I’ve always had inside, and I’ve been trying to write in the Defecto material. I feel that with this album I could do that full on, it’s all about that now. It reflects how I’ve felt for many years, I’ve had some depression, bad thi…

TAVYRN – Fire in the Sky (Self-Released)

…Tips Up Tavern, and got to work on his debut solo album Fire in the Sky. Taking inspiration from his studio, while also having the project function as a “virtual tavern” in which Labrecque plans to welcome in guest musicians to take part, he named the project TAVYRN and decided to look inward in an attempt to make sense of all the chaos and confusion that was taking place outside across the country. The bio on TAVYRN’s Bandcamp page says the songs…

Acid Witch – Rot Among Us (Hells Headbangers Records)

…lloween That Wasn’t cassette tape, and last year saw the release of Spooky II, a 4-song EP split between the Witch and fellow Hells Headbangers Records cohorts Vaultwraith, with two songs from each band. Acid Witch consists of Slasher Dave on lead vocals, guitars, synths, organ and bells, Shagrat on bass and vocals, and Phil Warren handling drums and all percussion. The band is DIY to the core, with Dave also handling production on most of the ban…

Warkings – Quest for the Dark Sorceress

…Wasting no time creating another record, international power metal band Warkings bring a sense of reverie, strong imagery, heralding ancient warrior times through their material. Morgana is the fourth album in their catalog – introducing a new member to the group with Morgana le Fay that provides an extreme, growling contrast to the conventional clean, melodic voice of The Tribune. Have no fear, the natural power metal musical proceedings still re…

Sodom – 40 Years at War – The Greatest Hell of Sodom (Steamhammer/SPV)

…icked track list with one song from each of the previous studio albums receiving a re-recorded treatment from the current lineup. Beyond that, the quartet kept the songs in the original key, using the original lyrics, leaving the arrangements deliberately unchanged. It’s intriguing to hear the different combinations at play – the additional experience on hand, certain musicians never being a part of the first incarnation of these tracks, plus the…

Defleshed – Grind Over Matter (Metal Blade)

…Defleshed delivered a punishing brand of material over the course of their initial run during the 1990’s-early 2000’s. By the fall of 2005 six months after the release of the fifth album Reclaim the Beat, frustrations over the lack of proper record label support caused the band to break up. Initially coming back together with a single to add to a proposed vinyl box set (that never materialized), inspiration fuels the trio’s return, signing with Me…

Iron Allies – Union in Steel

…io was off, it was perfect, so let’s go. From that point on, we started working on this – we were open-minded, but never a big discussion on what we were going to do. I sent him my songs, I had the idea of my vocals for these directions – he performs way better than I do, but he got an idea of what I had in mind. It took us over nine months to have fifteen to twenty songs, and we had twelve songs on the record. It was tough to choose the twelve so…

Despised Icon – DΓ©terrΓ© (Nuclear Blast)

…songs that continue to embrace the group’s penchant for quick hitting transitions, progressive musical interplay, fierce screams / pig squeal / growling vocal contrasts that develop into intriguing, memorable compositions with hints of outside the box influences. The stairstep, crossover-like riffing that shifts from low chugging to steady groove mechanisms puts “Bulletproof Scales” at pit-inducing measures – the transition electric as you get odd…

Victoria K – Kore (Rockshots Records)

…horizons, exploring main vocalist Victoria K’s ethnic culture/heritage. Making this nine-track outing (minus the brief “Prologue” and “Epilogue” instrumental sequences) exciting for those who love the diverse nature this style can offer, especially when musicians choose to paint their material in colorful strokes. Often the natural electric instrumentation beyond the swirling keyboard/orchestration action has that darker, modern vibe latter day L…

Munroe’s Thunder – Darkness, Betrayal, and Bravery

…roe about his latest solo album at the time, Electric Wake. Years in the making, we find the opportunity again to convene through Zoom to discuss this latest band, Munroe’s Thunder and the debut album The Black Watch. A conceptual record loosely based on Ronny’s family heritage dating back to the 1400’s-1500’s in Scotland, he surrounded himself with stellar musicians and songwriting compatriots to achieve a fine power/traditional metal outing in h…

White Skull – Metal Never Rusts (Rock of Angels Records)

…lack Sabbath when needing to reach back further. Nothing exactly groundbreaking, Metal Never Rusts won’t tarnish the expectations for most White Skull followers. Sometimes the faithful want a healthy serving of what they’ve come to love about a genre – gritty, conventional, passionate songwriting that teeters on that edge of suspending belief in the present, yearning for that mental escape. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swpC9vugrFc https://www.y…

Iron Allies – Blood In Blood Out (AFM Records)

for this first salvo Blood In Blood Out, it’s quite evident that this traditional, classic metal output chock full of stirring anthems deserves praise, the supporting cast equal to the task of delivering tremendous performances. Often referred to as ‘the riff-meister’, Herman has that intuitive knack for setting up each track in the best catchy context, chord combinations as well as subsequent supportive transitions, lead breaks or bits that driv…

Rhythm of Fear – Architects of Pain

It’s exciting to hear younger artists taking a wide range of influences across the thrash, hardcore, crossover spectrum beyond the 80’s to develop newer material with their own twist on things. Florida’s Rhythm of Fear since 2010 have been making steady progress, releasing a demo, two EPs plus their Maze of Confusion album DIY, also pulling together some independently booked touring engagements across the US to spread their music to the masses. T…

Sede Vacante – Conium (Scarlet Records)

…um Conium confident, the quartet digging deeper into the crevices of songwriting and performances to create much more catchy hooks/choruses for those key standout moments. Main composer Michael Tiko possesses requisite skills in the multi-faceted sound for the group – plus the tools of guitar and synths to get the job done through diverse approaches that can be commercial sounding one track, then much more powerful, darker, or bombastic the next….

Folkrim – On Foaming Waves (Inverse Records)

…modern touches that aid the difference-maker nature that can help these musicians stand out against the hordes. Vocalist Erno Helander has a multi-purpose role in the band, also executing the ‘folk’ instrumentation between ukulele, banjo, and mandolin that quickly has listeners swinging to and fro in jig-like sequences for “Rövarehumppa” and the title track, the latter containing killer electric rhythms/ double kick groove support providing sheer…

Borealis – Escape from Reality

…We reached out to vocalist/ guitarist Matt Marinelli for the difference making aspects to this record, working with Vikram Shankar and his important orchestration touch that made the songs that much stronger, the challenges moving up the ranks, lots of music talk from AOR to melodic death metal, plus handling the ups and downs relating to the pregnancy/birth of his first son. Dead Rhetoric: Illusions is the fifth studio album for Borealis, your f…

Avatarium – Death, Where Is Your Sting (AFM Records)

…quintet strides as an entity all on its own – vocalist Jennie-Ann Smith taking over the lyrical content of a religious, psychological, and philosophical nature to mirror the moody musical performances on display. The array of brush strokes from cello to acoustic guitars, organs to keyboards, beyond the natural electric instrumentation produces eight tracks that bristle in dynamic flight – hitting all the ideal touching moments necessary to captiv…

Sarcator – Alkahest (Black Lion Records)

…ash, and blackened prisms sure to align well with passionate metalheads seeking out fresh artists that produce potent, primal driven material with performances to match. One standout aspect that could certainly reel in even the casual fans is the vicious, raspy roar doubled with sinister lead guitar play from Mateo Tervonen – the son of The Crown guitarist Marko Tervonen. With the father behind the boards for recording/mixing/mastering duties, thi…

No Return – Relentless Requiem

…iting, or performances? Alain Clement: Steeve contacted me when we were looking for a singer. He thought he hadn’t finished his work with No Return, since the Machinery album twenty years ago. We believe that we delivered a very good album with the band. We worked together on this album; the first few songs were very good, and we decided to record a new CD with Steeve. The goal was to mix the old and the new No Return, if I can say that. Because w…

KEIJI HAINO AND SUMAC- Into This Juvenile Apocalypse Our Golden Blood to Pour Let Us Never (Thrill Jockey)

Japanese improv luminary Keiji Haino and the PNW’s avant-garde metal stalwarts Sumac have released their third collaboration, and this is by far their most cohesive outing. Their first release, 2018’s American Dollar Bill-Keep Facing Sideways, You’re Too Hideous to Look at Face On is flamethrower jazz-metal, equal parts sonic maelstrom and tranquil uneasiness. Sumac has always toed the line of improvised music on their first two albums, but their…

Jaded Heart – Heart Attack (Massacre Records)

…vious studio albums. Containing members who would go onto acts like Circle II Circle, Silent Force, Mad Max and Bloodbound among others – the current incarnation has been together since Fight the System from 2014, gelling together quite seamlessly. Heart Attack is the fifteenth full-length from the quintet, eschewing drum samples from a computer to go for an authentic, natural vibe in as many ways possible. While certainly setting themselves up in…

After All – A New Beginning

…nstrument and perform your own music? Dries Van Damme: You are basically asking me to recall my whole life. (laughs). That’s cool. I’ve always been interested in music, and there was always music in the house when I grew up. My grandmother was a piano teacher, and my mom played piano. My dad was a big Beatles fan. When I was twelve, I got for a special occasion, being brought up Roman Catholic there was a christening, and you get a lot of presents…

Hydra Vein – Unlamented (Back on Black)

for “Twilight” rips parts too close to The Legacy album for this scribe’s liking – while “Eradication Zone” feels uninspired during the main vocal lines that could cause many to skip to another band or record. Possibly a case of gathering more time together in the rehearsal room or playing a bit more live in this incarnation to get their feet wet, Hydra Vein could give the younger brigade a kick in the behind on this second go around. For now thou…

Rhythm of Fear – Fatal Horizons (MNRK Heavy)

…as well, which makes many of these songs launch from the speakers with additional energy, verve, groove, gallops. Whatever it takes to drive home these massive hooks that lodge themselves deep into the brain, that’s what you’ll get from the first quick hitting bass lick until the final vocal roar. The mid-tempo stomp soon gives chase to a triplet, crunchy thrash foundation during engaging opener “Obsolescence” – Jay Santiago’s rapid-fire verses p…