Album Review – Eclipse by Diabolical (Indie Recordings)

Swedish black metal band, Diabolical have released their latest effort, Eclipse. Eclipse was released on the 15th of February via Indie Recordings and represents Diabolical’s 5th full length album.

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EP Review – Narcissistic Counselor by Drop Oblivion (Self Released)

After checking out Drop Oblivion a few times in the last year, they are ready to drop that first EP, Narcissistic Counselor, on the 1st of January, 2019.

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Album Review – Dominion by Dragonlord (Universal/Spinefarm)

Testament’s iconic guitarist, Eric Peterson’s black metal side project, Dragonlord, have released their 3rd album called Dominion. Dominion was released on the 21st of September via Universal or Spinefarm, depending on where you live in the world.

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Album Review – Eonian by Dimmu Borgir (Nuclear Blast)

Dimmu Borgir have released their new album, marking the 25th anniversary of the band. That album is called Eonian and it is released via Nuclear Blast. After an 8 year gap, could the symphonic black metallers return with a bang?

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Single Slam – Council of Wolves and Snakes by Dimmu Borgir (Eonian)

With a new album due out in a few short weeks, Dimmu Borgir have released their second single. This track is called Council of Wolves and Snakes and it is a more experimental type of track. Something that is sure to fuel the haters already being vocal about the new album.

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Single Slam – Interdimensional Summit by Dimmu Borgir (Eonian)

In the year that marks the 25th anniversary of the band, Norwegian symphonic black metallers Dimmu Borgir have released their first piece of new music in 8 years. That comes in the form of a single, Interdimensional Summit.

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Album Review – Secrets of the Magick Grimoire by Elvenking (AFM Records)

Italian power metal/folk metal band Elvenking have released their 9th studio album called Secrets of the Magick Grimoire via AFM Records.

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Heavy Metal: A Year in Brief – 2005

There are many big and important years in the history of heavy metal and 2005 was definitely up there in

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