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Best And Worst Of 2011 – Apex Predator Style

THE BEST The year 2011 wasn’t as bad for metal as I had initially feared. In all honesty, I did not listen to half of the albums that were released last year, but from what I did hear, the following (in no particular order) were my favorites: Sylosis – Edge …

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Best and Worst of 2011 – DonnieCake Style

2011 to me marked an extremely solid year in metal of all tastes. We saw a ton of major releases, a bunch of well received indie releases and the continued growth of the now tumbling down metalcore/deathcore scene. With 2012 shaping up to be a possible blockbuster year after 2011, …

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Metal’s Best and Worst of 2011 (Tim’s List)

So before I get down to the nitty gritty, I guess I should state that this “list” doesn’t really have an order like many other year end lists tend to do. Oh and it doesn’t just stop at albums either! I also list which shows were my favorite that I …

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Septic Flesh with Christos Antoniou

Septic Flesh

Septic Flesh, from Athens, Greece, is a death metal band that has gone through a few genre changes. With their latest releases of Communion and now The Great Mass, their unique symphonic death metal is making waves. Tim and myself had the pleasure of a post-performance interview with Christos Antoniou …

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Septic Flesh “The Great Mass”

Back in 2008, fresh after their reunion shows Septic Flesh shocked the metal world with the release of “Communion”. Nothing less that astonishing, the 4 piece death/goth/black metallers brought together the genre with a near perfect blend of a classical orchestra as well. “Communion” was, to me, the be all, …

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