Album Review: Sulgogar – Science of Beyond (Machine Man Records)

Sulgogar is a Venezuelan metal band, founded at the end of 2016 in the town of Duaca, North of Barquisimeto (Lara state). Sulgogar is considered to be the first, and only metal band in that area to date. Their new album, Science of Beyond was released on the 13th July 2018.

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Album Review: Degrave – Degrave (Self Released)

While trends come and go and certain styles seem ephemeral in their passing, thrash metal will never die. Missouri’s Degrave play thrash metal, pushing themselves to break the levels set on their debut ‘Full Tilt’. Their self-titled follow-up will be released on July 27th 2018.

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Album Review: Hellish – The Spectre of Lonely Souls (Unspeakable Axe Records)

Coming out of Santiago, Chile in 2010, Hellish previously made believers out of thrash fans worldwide with their Unspeakable Axe-released debut, Grimoire. Only two years later, the follow-up album called The Spectre of Lonely Souls manages to out-pace and out-riff what came before. It will be released on July 27th via the same label.

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Album Review: Eversin – Armageddon Genesi (My Kingdom Music)

Armageddon Genesi is the new album from post-thrash metallers Eversin. Coming as the band reach the apex of their career with their most violent, heavy and furious act ever recorded. Special guests of the album are Ralph Santolla (known for his great work with Deicide but also for his contributions with Death, Obituary and many other bands) and Lee Wollenschlaeger (vocalist in Malevolent Creation). The album will released on June 29th 2018 via My Kingdom Music.

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Album Review – For the Cause by Madball (Nuclear Blast)

American hardcore stalwarts, Madball, have released their 9th full length studio album called For the Cause. For the Cause came out on the 15th of June via Nuclear Blast.

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Album Review – Extinction by Harlott (Metal Blade Records)

Australian thrashers, Harlott, released their 3rd full length album on the 7th of April 2017. That album is called Extinction. It was released via Metal Blade Records) and is a fast and furious nostalgia trip back to the thrash glory days of the 80s.

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Live Review – Darkest Hour at The Underworld, London (23/04/2018)

American metal band, Darkest Hour, have been out on the road around Europe throughout April as main support for the thrash band, Havok. Their one an only stop within England brings them to The Underworld in Camden on a Monday night.

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