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The Best of 2012… Tim’s List

Cattle Decapitation - Monolith of Inhumanity

Here we are, 2013. 2012 is a thing of the past (and hopefully anymore predictions of the “rapture”). But there is one thing I need to reflect on, and that was an amazing year for the Metal world! Sure nothing is perfect and there are some wonderful blemishes on this …

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Warbringer with John Kevill

On March 9th, Thrash Mag’s own Tim Ledin and co-owner, Don Alcombright, had the pleasure of speaking with John Kevill, lead singer of Warbringer. At the time, Warbringer was in the opening slot for Symphony X and Iced Earth’s co-headlining North American tour. This stop on the tour was at …

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Beneath the Massacre “Incongruous”

Beneath the Massacre - Incongruous

Beneath the Massacre is a death metal band from Canada with strong technical elements, an unrelenting approach musically and an ability to layer sound with the best in the genre. The 2012 album Incongruous is the bands third full length album, and is released on Prosthetic Records. Incongruous starts heavy …

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Revocation “Chaos of Forms”

Revocation - Chaos of Forms

Revocation are a sort of death/technical and thrash with some groove hybrid band out of Boston Ma. Chaos of Forms is the second album to be released on Relapse, following Existence is futile. If this sounds like a mess, it’s not, they pull of it off phenomenally well. Chaos of …

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4ARM with Danny Tomb

4Arm

On the tail end of the summer, I was fortunate enough to email Danny Tomb of the Australian thrash outfit, 4ARM. During this time, I listened to a lot of what the thrashers from down under had to offer, and to put it simply, these guys know how to get …

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Without Mercy “Without Mercy”

Without Mercy have crafted a classic thrash album here. This is not to say that they are overly derivative, but the classics have a strong presence here, like Yoda in Return of the Jedi. There is a unique style to each track, whether from vocalist Alxs Ness’s growls, bassist Dallas …

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Circle of Contempt “Artifacts in Motion”

Circle of Contempt have crafted a seven layer burrito of a metal album in Artifacts in Motion. There are no surprisingly new or weird ingredients, but there are so many good ones that there’s bound to be something in there you like. The flavor is in the musical combinations present …

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Best of 2008 – DonnieCake Style

Medeia - Cult

Well I must agree with Robby on this one, year 2008 was a pretty un-stellar year in the world of metal/hardcore/punk. With few notable releases it truly made the good stand out and the bad completely suck. My top ten is comprised of a few different genres and all of …

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