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Chimaira “Resurrection”

Chimaira’s newest effort, ‘Resurrection’ is something of little change. This is the band’s fourth studio album and it looks as if they went away from the great progression they made on the self titled. Chimaira have always been a Roadrunner metal band, unfortunately nothing more, nothing less. Their sound has …

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Deadlock “Wolves”

Deadlock - Wolves

One of the greatest kept secrets of the past 8 or so years has been the German band known as Deadlock. Crossing together many forms of music as well as being able to play with the highest level of ability is what they do. Fusing together the lines of hardcore, …

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The 69 Eyes with Jussi 69

Thrash Magazine: If you could please start off with a brief introduction, i.e. – who we are talking to, what you do in The 69Eyes and a brief history of the band themselves. Jussi from The 69 Eyes: Yo what´s up Thrash people! I´m Jussi 69, the drummer of the …

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Freya “Lift the Curse”

Freya - Lift the Curse

Freya are back, and back with a bang. After a long wait (at least it was for me) ‘Lift the Curse’ has been released. This album combines all the things you loved in past Freya-style releases, and adds a lot more hardcore vocals. ‘Lift the Curse’ is much throatier to …

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The Confession “Requiem”

Just when things couldn’t get any worse for the Avenged Sevenfold crew and the metal community (notice how I said “the metal community”, since A7X are technically growing by leaps and bounds) our dearest of friends Matt Shadows has produced an album from a band named The Confession. Usually I …

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The Showdown “Temptation Come My Way”

The Showdown are back after their successful debut, ‘A Chorus of Obliteration’. On ‘Temptation Come My Way’ my biggest complaint, which were few and far between, was that it sounded like what Avenged Sevenfold were doing (‘Waking The Fallen’ days). However The Showdown definitely showed more promise than Avenged Sevenfold …

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Emmure “Goodbye To The Gallows”

Emmure’s first effort on Victory Records, entitled ‘Goodbye To The Gallows’, is a fast paced crash course in violence. From the start to the finish, this album brings you down a journey of death and doesn’t give up for one moment. What I like about Emmure could be what some …

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