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Review: Dimman – Guide My Fury

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When it comes to melodic death metal, it has been a dry well in many parts of the world. This year however, it would seem that Finland is one of few reserves still rich with originality and lush with the fruit of flawless harmonies and unrelenting riffs. Released on the 25th of August, the new sophomore EP Guide My Fury is the new slice of heaven offered by none other than Dimman.

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Review: Potato Hate Explosion – Flowerviolence

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Potato Hate Explosion is a one-man mathcore monstrosity having released his 20th album earlier this year titled Flowerviolence. Generally, I’d advise that listeners be skeptical with studio bands, especially ones with an undeserved hype, but on this occasion… this is just brilliant. For anyone that’s a fan of Iwrestledabearonce, Dillinger Escape Plan, or Maximise The Hormone, this album will have listeners cranking speakers, banging heads, and challenging their perception of variety and open-mindedness.

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Review: Integral – Resilience

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Integral is a melodic tech-death outfit from Bergamo, Italy. Having released their album ‘Resilience’ on the 5th of May, fans of Beyond Creation, The Faceless, and the Black Dahlia Murder will be pleased to know that there is indeed a lot of technically proficient string work, progressive interjections, and a daring dip into a fusion of unexpected genres. However, when it comes to technical death metal, there is only one question that matters… is this one of the few good albums of the genre, or just another inherently bad one? Let’s find out.

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