Album Review: Flotsam and Jetsam – The End Of Chaos (AFM Records)

True fighters, the Phoenix-based five-piece Flotsam and Jetsam led by originals A.K. and guitarist Michael Gilbert (along with longtime bassist Michael Spencer, guitarist Steve Conley and drummer Ken Mary) have been doing battle in the trenches since the early ‘80s. Their back now with their blistering new album ‘The End Of Chaos’ on 18th January 2019 on AFM Records.

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Album Review: LOVEBITES – Clockwork Immortality (JPU Records)

LOVEBITES, consisting of asami (vocals), miho (bass), haruna (drums), midori (guitar) and miyako (guitar) are making waves in the metal world. An all female Japanese metal band, the five-piece are finally going to unleash their second album, Clockwork Immortality on CD in the UK on January 18th 2019 via JPU Records.

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Album Review: The Yacht Club – The Last Words That You Said To Me Have Kept Me Here And Safe (Beth Shalom Records)

Out on January 25th 2019 via Beth Shalom Records, The Last Words That You Said To Me Have Kept Me Here And Safe is the new album from math rock band The Yacht Club.

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Album Review: Bowling for Soup – Older, Fatter, Still the Greatest Ever: Live from Brixton (Que-So Records/Brando Records)

Originally slated for a December 7th 2018 release, the live recording/DVD of one of the biggest nights in Bowling for Soup history will now be released on January 18th 2019. Older, Fatter, Still The Greatest Ever is a recording of the band’s London Brixton Academy show on the 17th February 2018.

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Album Review: Malamorte – Hell For All (Rockshots Records)

Telling tales of the occult, mysticism and more with a back drop of power, thrash and black metal, Malamorte is offering their third full length via Rockshots Records on January 25th 2019 (Europe) and February 8th 2019 (North America).

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Album Review: Hænesy/Moondweller (Split) – Earth and Space (Black Mourning Productions)

Out now digitally with a CD version to follow on January 19th 2019, Earth and Space is a split album from Hænesy and Moondweller. A combined effort of atmospheric black metal, we get four tracks here, two from each to enjoy.

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