The GBHBL Whiplash Podcast – Episode 37: Happy New Year!

Welcome to Episode 37 of the GBHBL Whiplash. A podcast where we talk about rock & metal albums/news & play tracks from upcoming underground bands. This episode we talk about Arch Enemy vs The Photographer, the Batushka theft, new albums that have been released so far, Bloodstock 2019 and Metal 2 The Masses Essex!

We have four tracks on this podcast coming from Split/Cross, Hænesy, Owl Maker and Pathos & Logos!

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EP Review – Micro by Jinjer (Napalm Records)

Increasingly popular Ukrainian metalcore/metal band Jinjer have released a new EP called Micro. It was released on the 11th of January via Napalm Records.

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EP Review: Endure by Earthbound (DK Records)

Another band who really impressed at Bloodstock were London based Earthbound who released their debut EP in October 2017. That EP is called Endure.

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EP Review – Guilty by Sertraline (Self Released)

Another band to grace the New Blood stage at Bloodstock Festival 2018 were Sertraline. Sertraline are from the Leeds/Manchester area and they released an EP called Guilty back in March 2017. Having had the chance to chat with the band, and been thoroughly impressed with their performance, I am excited to now take a look back at that latest release.

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Album Review – Will to Power by Arch Enemy (Century Media Records)

Will to Power is the 10th studio album from Swedish melodic death metal band Arch Enemy released on the 8th of September via Century Media Records.

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Single Slam – The Eagle Flies Alone by Arch Enemy (Will To Power)

The Eagle Flies Alone is the latest single released by Arch Enemy. It will feature on their new album, Will to Power, due out 8th of September.

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Album Review: Gus G – Brand New Revolution (Century Media Records)

Gus G became known to me through Nightrage where he played on was their debut guitarist and has returned for

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Heavy Metal: A Year in Brief – 2000

The Year 2000 may have been the turn of the century and millennium but in music it appears to have

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