Album Review: Blind Scryer – Blind Scryer (Self Released)

Blind Scryer is a five-piece stoner rock band hailing from Louisville, KY. Boasting bluesy riffs, thunderous bass, and towering vocals, the band has become a crowd favourite since their inception in 2016. Nodding their heads towards traditional doom and expanding their sound with an uptempo drive. Their debut eponymous album is set for release in digital and CD formats on March 29th, 2019 with a follow-up EP in the works for 2020.

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Album Review: Mechanical God Creation – The New Chapter (The Goatmancer Records)

Formed in 2006, Mechanical God Creation are a death metal band hailing from Italy. Their upcoming new album “The New Chapter” is set to be released via The Goatmancer Records on March 29th, 2019.

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Album Review: KHNVM – Foretold Monuments Of Flesh (Testimony Records)

Testimony Records will release the new album by KHNVM – pulverizing old school death metal from Germany/Bangladesh! Foretold Monuments Of Flesh, the duo’s debut album, will be released on 29th March 2019 on CD (limited, hand-numbered digipack), LP (limited silver vinyl & black vinyl) and in digital versions.

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Album Review: Left for Red – Human Complex (Self Released)

Midlands metallers, Left For Red, have been causing a ruckus on the scene for some time now. The critically acclaimed 5 piece from Stourbridge will this year be celebrating 10 years together with the release of their brand new album, ‘Human Complex’ out on April 6th 2019.

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Album Review: The Black Sorcery – Wolven Degrade (Krucyator Productions)

The Canadian war mongers, the Black Sorcery are geared up to drop the next bomb of malignancy through the second album, profoundly titled as ‘Wolven Degrade’. Totalling ten cruelly themed numbers, Wolven Degrade will be out on March 28th 2019.

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Album Review: Childrain – The Silver Ghost (Graviton Records)

Emerging from a new generation of Basque and Spanish metal bands, Childrain brings determination, quality and an immaculate live performance. Their next step is the worldwide release of their fourth album The Silver Ghost. The album will be released on the 29th of March 2019.

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Album Review: Atorc – Under the Raven Banner (Self Released)

Formed in 2012, the battle-hardened folk-metal warriors of East Anglia known as Atorc have become a force to be reckoned with on the UK metal circuit. The group will be releasing their successfully crowd-funded debut album ‘Under The Raven Banner’ on April 4th 2019.

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