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My most anticipated releases of 2017 – Part 3

Welcome to Part 3 of my series that takes a look at some of the best music that will/might/might not see the light of day in 2017. If you missed parts 1 and 2, they can be viewed here: My most anticipated releases of 2017 – Part 1 My most anticipated releases of 2017 –  Continue Reading »

Most Anticipated Metal Releases of 2016 – Part 3

Welcome to Part 3 of my most anticipated album releases of 2016. Missed Parts 1 and 2? Click the links below and find out why I’m thinking that 2016 could be one of the strongest years for rock and metal for a long time: Most Anticipated Metal Releases of 2016 – Part 1 Most Anticipated  Continue Reading »

Sigh – Graveward – Album Review

Artist: Sigh Album Title: Graveward Label: Candlelight Records Year of Release: 2015 Sigh are one of those bands that I never managed to get into. Mind you, I was probably guilty of just the one attempt before discarding them. In my defence, it was in my more formative years of black metal discovery and the  Continue Reading »

Most Anticipated Album Releases of 2015 – Part 4

I know, I know, it’s getting a little silly now isn’t it? I’m beginning to lose count but here are another ten or so bands that either are or may be likely to release new material during 2015. It was all sparked by the first band in my list who I only just realised were  Continue Reading »

Two Years of the Blog Of Much Metal

It has now been two years since I began this heavy metal blog following intense pressure from some circles. What started as an exercise in quieting the mob has blossomed into a labour of love and something I am very passionate about. Over the two years, I have been able to write material based on  Continue Reading »

Intros, Outros and Instrumental Interludes…yes or no?

Ever since I began to listen to rock and metal some twenty years ago now, I have been delighted by and frustrated by a particular phenomenon…the instrumental interlude. Most of the time, these pieces of music are used as an introduction to an album or as a closer. Often, instrumentals act as book-ends, both opening  Continue Reading »

Unknown & Underrated – Part 2

Welcome to the second instalment of my series that aims to shed some light on albums that I love but that for some reason have not found the interest and love that I firmly believe that they deserve. Yesterday’s post offered black metal in the form of Hecate Enthroned, thrash metal courtesy of Dearly Beheaded  Continue Reading »

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