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June 26, 2012 0 Comments

Steff Metal Reviews: Frostbite “Valentine and Other Stories of Hope”

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Frostbite is a solo project of Christopher Lee Compton, an Altanta-based musician who has been performing in various gothic rock and metal projects for the last twenty years. His latest album, Valentine and Other Stories of Hope, was released August last year, and carries on the tradition of gothic rock […]

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June 14, 2012 0 Comments

Erin 2 Cent reviews: Engel – Blood of Saints

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Engel are a melodic death metal band from Gottenburg, Sweeden. The band has toured Europe with the likes of Amon Amarth and Dimmu Borgir. I discovered Engel not long ago. They got my attention for showing up in the melodic death metal category when I was searching for new music […]

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June 6, 2012 0 Comments

Steff Metal reviews: Fear Factory, “The Industrialist”

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The Industrialist is the second Fear Factory album written by Burton C Bell and Dino Cazares following their reunion in 2007. The last album, Mechanise, received mostly rave reviews, with commentors wondering if it was a bit of a cash in on the Cazares/Bell combo. This album blows that theory […]

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May 7, 2012 0 Comments

The Physicists “Oppenheimer” music video

Do you remember last year I reviewed an album by the Finnish band The Physicists, Observation. The music is mathdeathboogie, and it’s madness. I loved it so much I even stuck it in my list of the Top Ten Metal Albums of 2011. Well, the Physicists have just released a […]

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January 26, 2012 0 Comments

Review: Avatar – Black Waltz

Black Waltz, the forth full-length album from Swedish metallers Avatar, releases on the US on Feb 14 2012. Don’t let the Valentine’s Day release date fool you – this is no soppy power metal lovefest, but a solid, catchy, almost industrial-style album that will probably launch Avatar into the mainstream […]

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