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Hellyeah
Eleven Seven Music

Hellyeah, ‘Blood for Blood’ – Album Review

Hellyeah have upped the energy and heaviness on their 'Blood for Blood' album, but is it worth your time? Read our review here.

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Ester Segarra

Mayhem, ‘Esoteric Warfare’ – Album Review

When a band with Mayhem‘s pedigree puts out a new album, there’s going to be a lot of attention and a lot of scrutiny, especially since they don’t release them very often (it has been more than seven years since their last full-length).

Mayhem were at the center of the ‘90s N

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The Amity Affliction
Roadrunner Records

Amity Affliction, ‘Let the Ocean Take Me’ – Album Review

Amity Affliction take listeners on an emotional and powerful journey with their latest album, 'Let the Ocean Take Me.' Check out our review here.

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Arch Enemy
Century Media

Arch Enemy, ‘War Eternal’ – Album Review

Loudwire reviews the new Arch Enemy album 'War Eternal.'

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Crowbar
Photo: Zack Smith

Crowbar, ‘Symmetry in Black’ – Album Review

Loudwire reviews the new Crowbar album 'Symmetry in Black.'

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Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Rob Zombie, ‘The Zombie Horror Picture Show’ – DVD Review

f you’ve ever been to a Rob Zombie concert, you know it’s an event, a spectacle and an extravaganza. That is captured in his first concert film ‘The Zombie Horror Picture Show,’ available on DVD and Blu-ray.

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Killer Be Killed

Killer Be Killed, ‘Killer Be Killed’ – Album Review

When the lineup for the supergroup Killer Be Killed was revealed, it definitely drew attention. The combination of Max Cavalera (Sepultura / Soulfly), Greg Puciato (Dillinger Escape Plan), Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and Dave Elitch (ex-Mars Volta) is an intriguing one, and one with a lot of potential.

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Down
Down: Facebook

Down, ‘Down IV – Part II’ – EP Review

In 2012, Down released the first of four planned EPs. After ‘Down IV Part I - the Purple EP,’ guitarist Kirk Windstein left the band to concentrate on Crowbar, but his replacement Bobby Landgraf is a former guitar tech for the band, so the transition was fairly seamless.

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Insomnium, ‘Shadows of the Dying Sun’ – Album Review

If Finnish melodic death metal band Insomnium can promise one thing, it's quality. Since the group's first major release in 2002, Insomnium have unleashed album after album of beautifully constructed metal, wooing hoards of fans along the way. The main question those fans have been pondering, however, is how 'Shadows of the Dying Sun' will stack up next to Insomnium's five prior full-length works.

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Autopsy
Peaceville

Autopsy, ‘Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves’ – Album Review

After splitting in 1995, the legendary death metal band Autopsy reunited and released the very well received comeback album ‘Macabre Eternal’ in 2011. Last year’s ‘The Headless Ritual’ did not receive quite the same critical acclaim, although we thought it was pretty awesome.  Now, less than a year after that album came out, Autopsy are back with the new full-length ‘Tourniquets, Hacksaws and Graves.’

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