Under Attack (2016) by Destruction: Fast, hard, aggressive …cliché, but a good thing.

Destruction has been one of the main pioneering German thrash metal bands for over three decades now. I did not grow up listening to their music as a fan, but their interesting artwork always caught my attention and I ended up giving their albums a good amount of spins in record stores, at friends houses, and occasionally bought an album. What I need to say, though, is that […]

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Anthrax “For All Kings” (2016): The soundtrack for the metal rebellion to fight, conquer and take back their land with hope, power and anthems

The much anticipated 11th Anthrax album finally found its way onto our shelves: For All Kings landed on Friday February 25th, 2016, with 60 minutes of pure heavy metal. […]

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Archangel (2015) by Soulfly: A thoroughly elaborated epos and uncompromising metal journey

Soulfly released their 10th album, Archangel, on 14 August 2015 through Nuclear Blast. For whatever ignorant reason, I simply did not get around listening to this masterpiece until recently. However, after finally having placed it right next to my CD player on my desk, I gave it a dozen of spins, and this is what I think of it: […]

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Slayer’s Repentless (2015): The epitome of a contemporary thrash metal album

Yes, I know. I’m a bit late to the party with this review, but I wanted to listen to Repentless a gazillion times before laying down my opinion. Slayer’s 11th studio album, Repentless, was released on September 11, 2015, and is the first record after the death of founding member and guitarist Jeff Hannemann, and it is the band’s first record published with Nuclear Blast. […]

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