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Metal Review: Dew-Scented | Insurgent (2013)

Hitting shelves on May 28, 2013 in North America via Prosthetic Records is Germany’s Dew-Scented with their celebration of 20 years of metal destruction entitled “Insurgent.” Their latest effort features three brand new songs, seven live tracks, plus covers and more. “Insurgent” begins with the new tracks, which are not bad at all, but I

Dew Scented Reveals Full “Insurgent” Anniversary Release Details

Dew Scented celebrates 20 years of metal with upcoming anniversary release, “Insurgent,” due out May 28, 2013 via Prosthetic Records in North America. “Insurgent” features a mix of new originals, live tracks, and rare covers — 19 songs and 76 minutes in all. Also awesome is that there are covers of Powermad and Prong. Insurgent

Underrated Metal Albums: 80’s Edition

Thanks to James D. for this idea of doing underrated albums (check out his picks here). I do not have the patience that he does, so I could not do a top 30. Instead, I will do multiple posts and break it down by years. For ease and simplicity, I will start with the 80s.

FearShop.com Metal Podcast – Episode 65 – Bad at Being Human

Frank and Mike are back talking about metal topics including King Diamond’s return, Candlemass firing Robert Lowe, our favorite decade for metal, and more. We also play songs from Wednesday 13, Powermad, Scorpions, Overkill, Annihilator and Flotsam and Jetsam.   Please upgrade your browser