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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: MARILYN MANSON: THE PALE EMPEROR

Marilyn Manson, the self-proclaimed God of Fuck, has returned with his ninth studio album, The Pale Emperor, and it’s a very good thing. A very good thing indeed. Or it’s a bad thing, depending on who you ask. I’m sure extreme right wing zealots are interpreting its release as a sign of the...
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VIDEO: ANGELUS APATRIDA – “End Man”


Spanish thrash... Not just for kids anymore! A must for Overkill fans. Well, we suspect most thrash fans would bang their heads to this one, but the vocals especially remind our resident mascot, Gas Monkey, of Overkill. One might also compare Angelus Apatrida to Suicidal...
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#songoftheday / VIDEO: DARK FUNERAL – “Nail Them To The Cross”


If you're getting tired of all of our Christmas music reviews, might we suggest a little blasphemy? Swedish black metal legends DARK FUNERAL recently inked a new record deal with the fine folks at Century Media and now, after finding a new singer, they've released an instant...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: THANATOS: GLOBAL PURIFICATION

Thanatos is the daemon — not demon — personification of death and was a minor character in Greek mythology. Thanatos is also a dutch metal band celebrating their 30th anniversary this year, though the band had broken up in 1992 and wasn’t launched again until 1999. Global Purification is their sixth full-length album;...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: FLYLEAF: BETWEEN THE STARS

Of all of the female-fronted metal bands to emerge following the success of Evanescence, Flyleaf has always been my favorite. In fact, I’ve thought that they were better than Evanescence for quite awhile now and they only serve to prove me right, once again, with their brand new album Between the Stars, which...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: AT THE GATES: AT WAR WITH REALITY

At The Gates released their last album, Slaughter of the Soul, way back on November 14th, 1995. That’s a long, long time ago, isn’t it? Hell, I didn’t even know that death metal existed back then. But it did. And at the time there weren’t as many sub-genres or styles around. To that...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: SIXX A.M.: MODERN VINTAGE

“Do you wanna see the stars before they fall?” asks lead singer James Michael during the chorus of “Stars,” the opening song on SIXX A.M.’s new — and third — album, Modern Vintage. It’s an inspiring tune that really makes one want to stop and smell the roses, as they say. It also...
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EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: STARKILL’S FRONTMAN PARKER JAMESON

interview by Michael McCarthy Back in July of 2013, I gave a very positive review to the debut album by Starkill, Fires of Life, which was a perfect blend of the death and symphonic metal subgenres. Nightwish as performed by Dimmu Borgir, if you will. Well, those artists continue to be among the...
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KILLER METAL VIDEO: STARKILL: “BEFORE HOPE FADES”


"Before Hope Fades" is the second track to be unleashed from Starkill's upcoming album Virus of the Mind, which drops on October 14th and it's easily one of their best tracks to date, meshing everything from death metal vocals to clean vocals to orchestration to raw guitars to...
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#albumoftheday / REVIEW: BUTCHER BABIES: UNCOVERED

Inspired by Metallica and Guns ‘N’ Roses, who each released collections of unexpected cover songs, Butcher Babies bring you Uncovered, a collection of killer — and brutal — cover tunes to hold fans over until their next album of original material. Each member of the band selected one tune for the EP, which...
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