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Lacey Sturm

Lacey Sturm, ‘Life Screams’ – Album Review

With 'Life Screams,' Sturm will satisfy Flyleaf fans with plenty of memorable, melodic hard rock, but her new band also helps explore different musical paths.

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Fleshgod Apocalypse
Nuclear Blast

Fleshgod Apocalypse, ‘King’ – Album Review

Fleshgod Apocalypse have released their fourth album, 'King,' perfecting the marriage of death metal and classical orchestration.

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SPV/Steamhammer / Photo by Neil Zlozower
SPV/Steamhammer / Photo by Neil Zlozower

Prong, ‘X – No Absolutes’ – Album Review

Since 2012, Prong have produced four studio albums and a live release. Even though the pace of releases is quick, the quality has not suffered at all.

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Nuclear Blast Records
Avantasia

Avantasia, ‘Ghostlights’ – Album Review

With Ghostlights, Avantasia take listeners on a 70-minute ride filled with great singing, first-class arrangements and ample variety.

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Dream Theater
Photo by Jimmy Fontaine

Dream Theater, ‘The Astonishing’ – Album Review

Dream Theater have never been a band to go along with the crowd. They have always pushed boundaries, expanded their musical horizons and have never been afraid to experiment.

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Universal
Universal

Megadeth, ‘Dystopia’ – Album Review

'Dystopia' is the sound of a band that’s re-energized. Fifteen albums into their legendary career, the resilient Megadeth continue to impress.

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Century Media Records
Century Media Records

Paradise Lost, ‘Symphony for the Lost’ – DVD/Album Review

Paradise Lost picked a stunning setting to play a unique concert, and 'Symphony for the Lost' does a great job capturing one of the most memorable shows of their career.

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UDR Music
UDR Music

Girlschool, ‘Guilty as Sin’ – Album Review

The legendary British group Girlschool have seen a lot of musical trends and an endless number of bands come and go during their nearly 40 year career.

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Nuclear Blast Records
Nuclear Blast Records

Devil You Know, ‘They Bleed Red’ – Album Review

It’s a dynamic sophomore effort that shows Devil You Know have the potential to be a viable long-term band.

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Escape the Fate
Eleven Seven Music

Escape the Fate, ‘Hate Me’ – Album Review

Whatever outside noise and inner turmoil the band has experienced, they’ve channeled it into one of the strongest albums of their career.

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