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Metal Review: The Heretic Order – All Hail the Order (2015)

The Heretic Order - All Hail the Order

The Heretic Order is a London, England classic metal band inspired by the likes of metal beasts like Mercyful Fate, Angel Witch and Black Sabbath. Their debut album, All Hail the Order is released via Massacre Records. The band has been causing quite the stir recently because of their throwback style of metal. The album

Metal Review: Acrania: Totalitarian Dystopia (2014)

London, England’s Acrania is heavy. That is the easiest way to put it. To dig in deeper, they are highly formulaic at points and utterly insane at others. Their initial “The Beginning of the End” EP was a preview for the madness to ensure on their debut full-length effort, “Totalitarian Dystopia.” “Totalitarian Dystopia” is a

Metal Review: Conan: Blood Eagle (2014)

Conan Blood Eagle

Liverpool, England’s Conan are back with their sophomore effort, “Blood Eagle,” their follow-up to 2012’s “Monnos.” As you would expect from a band like Conan, their sophomore release is a heavy, doom-laden collection of songs that pull no punches. The grimy, sludgy sound gets no cleaner as the album pushes on and that is what

Metal Review: Landskap: I (2014)

Landskap I

London, England’s Landskap is a band that has only been around for two years, but the members themselves are veterans to the genre hailing from bands such as Fen, Pantheist, Centurions Ghost and more. The band plays a style of doom metal/psychedelic rock that works very well on their debut effort, “I.” The album only

De Profundis | The Emptiness Within (2012) Review

London, England’s progressive black/doom metal hybrid band De Profundis is back with their second full-length (and third overall) release “The Emptiness Within,” and their latest release seems to be their best effort to date. De Profundis has an odd approach to black metal where they stray from the traditional black metal roots and their progressive

Saxon | Sacrifice (2013) Review

Forever to be known as one of the lesser bands in the NWoBHM scene, Saxon is back with their 19th studio album entitled “Sacrifice,” and with it, they are bringing a new edge to their sound. Their sound is much heavier including an almost thrash metal sound to this effort. After a brief introduction to