ALBUM REVIEW: Racetraitor – Creation and the Timeless Order of Things


 

In dire times of crisis and injustice caused by oppressive systems, the least we can do is to voice our aspirations through the creative media that we have going and that’s what the hardcore unit Racetraitor have been doing. Racetraitor has always been a band that’s ahead of their time – voicing opinions on systemic racism and white privilege before they were even often discussed in a large audience.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Dyssebeia – Garden Of Stillborn Idols


 

Talk about making a strong first impression! Swiss Progressive blackened Death Metal newcomers Dyssebeia’s debut, Garden Of Stillborn Idols (Transcending Obscurity Records), is a cornucopia of undeniably brilliant songwriting and delicate execution.

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EP REVIEW: Beyond Grace – Welcome To The New Dark Ages, Pt. 1


 

The conclusion of 2022 saw Beyond Grace split with Prosthetic Records, and as any innovative and adaptable band does, the four-piece took charge themselves and carved out quite the hype-laden release timeline.

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EP ALBUM REVIEW: Sodom – 1982


 

Ah, Sodom. This is a band that any true thrasher that is worth their weight in leather and spikes discovered early in their metal journey when looking outside the “Big Four.” With plenty more ferocity than their U.S. counterparts, Sodom has had a tremendous influence on all forms of extreme metal that would come after. For over 40 years, Germany’s thrash metal kings have consistently kept the fists pounding and the heads banging.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Dying Wish – Symptoms of Survival


 

For those heavily into the metalcore scene, Dying Wish have been that band on everyone’s lips that are looked on to be the scene’s next biggest thing.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Autarkh – Emergent


 

As the mastermind behind the sadly missed Dodecahedron, future works of Michel Nienhuis were always going to challenge conventions. This was certainly the case with Autarkh’s debut Form In Motion which was as abrasive as it was innovative in its execution. So, in perhaps expected fashion, a new album feels markedly different to its predecessor with sophomore release Emergent (Season Of Mist), if not proving any less progressive and captivating.

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY – New Rock and Metal Releases 11-17-23


 

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PREVIEW: New Music Friday – New Rock and Metal Releases 11-17-23


 

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PODCAST: Glacially Musical 155: GWAR – “Ragnarok” Reviewed and the First Five GWAR Albums Ranked


Glacially Musical reviews the fifth album from GWAR – “Raknarok!” Possibly the most metal of all the early GWAR albums! This is our final GWAR album of this run! Our next series is announced in the podcast!

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