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Century Media Records
Century Media Records

Queensryche ‘Condition Human’ – Album Review

With 'Condition Human,' the thinking man’s metal band is back with a fury reminding fans of their early and most popular albums.

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Trivium
Roadrunner

Trivium, ‘Silence in the Snow’ – Album Review

'Silence in the Snow' is bound to polarize simply because it’s different than their previous efforts, but it features some of the best songwriting the band has done in quite a while.

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Liz Ramanand, Loudwire
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

Clutch, ‘Psychic Warfare’ – Album Review

Clutch's 'Psychic Warfare' is the sound of a band that’s mature enough to put their musical talents to optimum use while still keeping the party going strong.

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Children of Bodom
Nuclear Blast

Children of Bodom, ‘I Worship Chaos’ – Album Review

Alexi Laiho may have outgrown his “Wildchild” nickname, but 'I Worship Chaos' still has the recklessness and edge that Children of Bodom fans desire.

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Frontier Music Srl
Frontier Music Srl

Operation: Mindcrime, ‘The Key’ – Album Review

Operation: Mindcrime’s 'The Key' will speak to the hardcore Queensryche and Geoff Tate fans, who enjoy the challenge of listening to an album over and over to unlock the mystery and discover the stories within the story.

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Pop Evil
eOne

Pop Evil, ‘UP’ – Album Review

UP is Pop Evil’s most ambitious album so far. It has that mainstream appeal while allowing them to push their musical boundaries a bit.

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Shinedown
Atlantic Records

Shinedown, ‘Threat To Survival’ – Album Review

The incredibly catchy lead single “Cut the Cord” has already climbed to No. 1 on the rock singles chart, and there are definitely a few more potential hits in the offing.

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My Dying Bride

My Dying Bride, ‘Feel the Misery’ – Album Review

You find yourself being sucked into their vortex of sadness, and don’t mind wallowing in that misery for the duration of the album.

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Nuclear Blast
Nuclear Blast

Metal Allegiance, ‘Metal Allegiance’ – Album Review

Metal Allegiance are a collective of well-known metal musicians who have jammed together at live events over the past few years. Now, they have released their self-titled debut album.

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Nuclear Blast
Nuclear Blast

Slayer, ‘Repentless’ – Album Review

The band has channeled all the emotions and turmoil they have been through the past few years into the album, a potent release that is undeniably Slayer.

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