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Hatebreed – For the Lions Reviews

August 23, 2009

For the Lions

The songs on “For The Lions” were carefully selected by HATEBREED to represent a panoramic view of some of their favorite artists and greatest musical inspirations. Having completed the album in 2008, the band felt their work wasn’t done yet and returned to the studio with original guitar player Wayne Lozinak to record additional tracks for the album. The resulting 18 songs featured on the album cover a wide array of influences including Metallica, Sick Of It All, Slayer, Bad Brain (more…)

Killswitch Engage – As Daylight Dies Reviews

August 22, 2009

As Daylight Dies

From the Artist
There’s definitely some urgency in the album, and a lot of that comes from my feeling there’s so little time to do all the stuff we can to make a difference, Jones explains. Just look at the way the world is – it’s just hard to fathom some of the stuff that’s happening out there, some of the atrocities. As for whether this is a `political’ record, it’s there in black and white – I’ll let people judge for themselves; but I think if there’s any kind of statement (more…)

Hank Williams III – AssJack Reviews

August 19, 2009

AssJack

The highly anticipated debut features Hank III who wrote, performed and produced everything on the record. The self-titled album personifies the split in the psyche of the singer/guitarist/songwriter/producer who last year released the psych-country album Damn Right, Rebel Proud.

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Merauder – God Is I Reviews

August 19, 2009

God Is I

1998 album for Osmose Productions by this respected dark metal act. Pressed on a colorful picture disc, it contains nine tracks, including ‘Of Hells Fire’ and ‘Dreams Of Blood And Iron’. 1998 release. Standard jewel case.
–This text refers to the

Audio CD
edition.
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Opeth – Blackwater Park Reviews

August 18, 2009

Blackwater ParkNo description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

AC/DC – Black Ice Reviews

August 6, 2009

Black Ice (Deluxe Edition)

Black Ice is AC/DC’s first studio album in over eight years, since 2000’s Stiff Upper Lip. Deluxe edition includes 30-page booklet with lyrics and exclusive photos.
Track listing:
1. Rock N’ Roll Train
2. Skies on Fire
3. Big Jack
4. Anything Goes
5. War Machine
6. Smash N’ Grab
7. Spoilin’ For A Fight
8. Wheels
9. Decibel
10. Stormy May Day
11. She Likes Rock N’ Roll
12. Money Made
13. Rock N’ Roll Dream
14. Rocking All the Way
15. Black Ice

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Darkest Hour – Eternal Return Reviews

August 5, 2009

Eternal Return

To close off the decade in style, DARKEST HOUR has crafted a recordthat will make heads spin and inspire metal fans world-wide. Faster, heavier, and deeper than anythingthey have ever recorded, The Eternal Return is the defining record of this proud American metalinstitution. The Eternal Return is epic and furious metal written by metal-heads for metal-heads. Quitesimply, this is a record created by musicians who have dedicated half their lives to aggressive andunrelenting music. T (more…)

Alestorm – Black Sails at Midnight Reviews

August 4, 2009

Black Sails at MidnightNo description for this product could be found, but have a look over at Amazon for reviews and other information.

Goatwhore – Carving out the Eyes of God Reviews

August 1, 2009

Carving out the Eyes of God

2009 from the Black Metal band. Upon the release of A Haunting Curse, Goatwhore’s 2006 Metal Blade Records debut, the Metal world was introduced to a new evil partnership between the Gods of Rock and the Overlords of Metal. Their pedigree undeniable, Goatwhore embarked on a massive mission of destruction that did not stop until they had played every Metal stage in the U.S. and Canada, large and small. Accolades from magazines, Metal sites, their peers and, most importantly, the f (more…)

Sunn – Monoliths and Dimensions Reviews

July 31, 2009

Monoliths and Dimensions

2009 release, the seventh studio album in their 10 year career. The album showcases the core guitar duo – Stephen O’Malley and Greg Anderson – incorporating influences from a plethora of guest musicians, bringing the SUNN O))) sound to epic new levels. The band collaborated with composer Eyvind Kang on various acoustic ensembles, in addition to the Helios fueled electric guitars and basses. Key players on the album include Australian guitar genius Oren Ambarchi, enigmatic Hungaria (more…)