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Hatriot -The Vale Of Shadows – Album Review

Artist: Hatriot Album Title: The Vale Of Shadows Label: Massacre Records Date of Release: 22 July 2022 Hatriot is one of those names in the thrash arena with which I am less knowledgeable than perhaps I ought to be, especially since they were formed over a decade ago by the Exodus vocalist Steve ‘Zetro’ Souza.  Continue Reading »

Darkane – Inhuman Spirits – Album Review

Artist: Darkane Album Title: Inhuman Spirits Label: Massacre Records Date of Release: 24 June 2022 Ever since I discovered ‘Expanding Senses’ back in 2002 or thereabouts, I have had a soft spot for Swedish band Darkane. At a time when I was still very heavily into exploring everything that the melodic death metal genre had  Continue Reading »

Embryonic Autopsy – Prophecies Of The Conjoined – Album Review

Artist: Embryonic Autopsy Album Title: Prophecies Of The Conjoined Label: Massacre Records Date of Release: 18 February 2022 What better way to ward off the sickly-sweet sentiment of Valentine’s Day than with some gnarly, brutal death metal? You know, the kind that just wants to pulverise and destroy everything in its path. Forget flowers, chocolate,  Continue Reading »

Darker Half – If You Only Knew – Album Review

Artist: Darker Half Album Title: If You Only Knew Label: Massacre Records Date of Release: 27 March 2020 It doesn’t matter how many reviews I undertake and how many nights I spend searching for new material across the entirety of the internet, I always seem to miss a gem or two. And today is just  Continue Reading »

Atrocity – Okkult II – Album Review

Artist: Atrocity Album Title: Okkult II Label: Massacre Records Date of Release: 6 July 2018 What is ‘success’ in a heavy metal context? Is it being as popular as Metallica, with the ability to sell out arenas on each and every tour? Or is it a career of hard work, consistency of quality and a  Continue Reading »

Essential rock & metal releases still to come in 2016 – Part 1

This time last year, I was waxing lyrical about how strong 2015 had been by the half-way mark, stating that I had already compiled a strong Top 20, perfectly strong enough to stand up to scrutiny at the full year end. Well, if it’s possible, 2016 has been even better. It’s like all of my  Continue Reading »

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