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A good chunk of May You Be Held finds Sumac leaving metal behind in favor of non-linear, textural explorations.

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Pharos is perhaps the most succinct yet powerful example yet of Ihsahn's knack for crafting beautifully dense, emotional, and intense compositions.

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Like so many forms of art, metal is in a consistent state of evolution and development. A multitude of styles and subgenres have existed...

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The Portland, Maine band delivers a strong effort on their new album.

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33 years after the band made grindcore what it is today with Scum, Napalm Death continues its penchant for inspired brutality.

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There is a buzz going on in this city, an incessant electric hum that never shuts up. It has become all too familiar, practically...

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The Glorious Dead has accomplished a real feat here: they've captured the spirit of doom metal, while still playing fast death metal.

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Kamelot have achieved an illustrious career over an impressive 30-some years. A band with this kind of longevity and fan-base practically owes it to...

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There’s something about the South that evokes a keen sense of melancholy and nostalgia. The vast, mountainous landscapes splashed against searing, crimson skies are...

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Panther is not only one of Pain of Salvation's best records, but also one of the best albums of 2020.

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Your everyday metalhead likes to think of him/herself as an iconoclastic rapscallion thumbing their nose at the lemming-like banality of the entertainment mainstream. Truthfully,...

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With its latent relevance manifesting through the "Cavernous Death Metal" micro-genre, Incantation has a special opportunity to stick to its guns.

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The unwavering plaintive exquisiteness of No Wilderness Deep Enough makes it an essential journey.

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Titan To Tachyons does to progressive stoner metal what Behold… The Arctopus did to tech-death, pushing their eccentricities to the limit.

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Holocene Extinction is above and beyond the band’s past material. Not only that, it is an album that has arrived at the perfect time...

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By no means flawless, Alter Ego improves upon Темна Маса in every way, giving listeners a more expansive, developed, and sustained experience.

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New York City Trio Imperial Triumphant heralds the return of the Roaring ‘20s with a dystopian labyrinth of black metal and jazz.

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Upon A Burning Body have never done as they are told. Maybe it’s the band’s Texas heritage, something they always seem ready to bring...

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Brisbane newcomers feed dissonant death grind lore.

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Fleshvessel fuse a huge variety of death metal ideas together making for truly compelling listening. It's challenging, but well worth it!

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In this day and age metal has no shortage of subgenres. This ensures a multitude of directions and new opportunities for artistry to grow....

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It doesn’t seem too long ago when deathcore was a frowned upon scene. And to an extent, that disapproval was justified considering the over-indulgence...

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Italian death metal band Bedsore comes through with a powerful debut of savage heaviness, transportive psychedelia and unnerving atmosphere.