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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: Trinity Site – After The Sun

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From Germany, Trinity Site delivers to us a melodic yet futuristic form of death metal unlike any other melo-death act today. This is a band that could very well be among the ranks of bands like Dark Tranquility, In Flames, and Carcass. So melodic death metal, what makes this one so special? A listener might ask. Well to begin, we hear of many new bands and artists claiming to have matured as musicians and inflicting upon us a sound that will allegedly revolutionize the genre as far as they’re concerned. Unsurprisingly, many of these up-and-comers fail to back it up and end up looking very foolish. In this case however, this is a band whose bio promised me n othing, and didn’t need to, for their music seized my complete and undivided attention.

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Review: Voice of Ruin – Purge and Purify

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From Nyon, Switzerland, Voice of Ruin have recently released ‘Purge and Purify’ through Tenacity Music. Though the band’s style can accommodate several genres, it is clear that they will definitely strike a chord with fans of Lamb of God, Devildriver, Slipknot, and Arch Enemy. Having listened to the album many times, I see nothing but potential in the band’s future.

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Review: Unleash The Archers – Apex

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Canadian power-metallers Unleash The Archers will be releasing “Apex” on the 2nd of June, under their long-running label Napalm Records. They had first won me over with their second album Demons of The AstroWaste (2011) – I felt it was one of the few albums I enjoyed every single song on, so one can imagine how pleased I was to have the privilege to listen to their fourth installment.

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Review: Parius – Let There Be Light EP

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Parius has graced us with a surprise EP recently under the title Let There Be Light. This is the first collection of music with the new lineup and features Ryan Knight and Michael Keene. If that doesn’t catch your interest, I don’t know what will. There are 4 tracks, one being an interlude, so this is a pretty brief EP. You can check it out on Bandcamp! Read more

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