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REVIEW: Corrosium – EP: Undertow

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Corrosium's newest EP from December 2020 may best be described by the term "bombastic metal." Learn more in our review...

REVIEW: Strike At Once – EP: Bloom

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Strike At Once's newest EP, "Bloom," was released on February 19th. Check out our review:

REVIEW: Oceans – EP: We Are Nøt Okay

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German post-metallers Oceans sing about mental health in their new EP, “We Are Nøt Okay,” which was released on April 30th, 2021, via Nuclear Blast. Read our thoughts here:

REVIEW: Weg – EP: 90 Degrees

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The band WEG was founded in 2019 by friends Mikko Järvenpää and Antti-Jussi Valkama. This Finnish duo released their debut EP, "90 Degrees," on...

REVIEW: Bodom After Midnight – EP: Paint the Sky with Blood

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What was supposed to be the beginning of a new chapter, ended up being a posthumous publication. During 2020, Alexi Laiho and his new...

REVIEW: Jo Below – EP: No Control

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We first heard about the name JO BELOW when they released the EP "By the Rules" last year. Having been pleased by their enjoyable...

REVIEW: Rioghan – EP: Blackened Sky

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Finnish artist Rioghan is a charming and off-the-beaten-path presence on the country’s ever-expanding metal scene. This solo project was founded in 2019 in Lapua,...

REVIEW: Elvenscroll – EP: Never to be Mourned

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Originally founded in 2006, folk metal act ELVENSCROLL from Kerava are united by their love for folk metal music. The band may not be...

REVIEW: Cyan Kicks – EP: Not Your Kind

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There's been stirring from the CYAN KICKS camp in recent days! Having recently heard vocalist Susanna Aleksandra loaning her voice to one of ARION's...

REVIEW: Cult of Luna – EP: The Raging River

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The Swedish kingpins of ethereal sludge, CULT OF LUNA, have stretched the boundaries of the genre on a few occasions ever since the band's...

REVIEW: Temperance – EP: Melodies of Green and Blue

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When it comes to melodic symphonic metal, the name TEMPERANCE may not have yet caught your attention in the sea of other bands that...

REVIEW: Roju – Nil

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ROJU is an up-and-coming metal outfit hailing from Finland with a fresh release out just now. Their debut EP was released on January 29th,...

REVIEW: External – EP: Stillness

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Publishing new music in December is certainly a venture - unfortunately, these releases tend to be overlooked because of all the end-of-year activities. Finnish...

REVIEW: Orbiter – EP: The Deluge

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ORBITER is a five-piece stoner doom band formed in Helsinki in late 2014, of which first EP, “The Deluge,” was released independently on January,...

REVIEW: Scour – EP: Black

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Even without the live music scene, the world of heavy metal has an oversaturation of bands releasing albums on a weekly basis. As such,...

REVIEW: Joe Below – EP: By the Rules (Musicalypse Archive)

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Let me introduce you to a four-piece Finnish melodic progressive/hard rock band, known as JO BELOW. This new band from Helsinki have released a...

REVIEW: Black Sun – EP: Silent Enemy

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Ecuador is not exactly the first country that comes to mind when one thinks about rock or metal, yet this is the country from...

REVIEW: Black Sun – EP: Silent Enemy (Musicalypse Archive)

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Known mainly in South America for opening for big heavy metal legends, Ecuadorian BLACK SUN have returned to the metal scene with a new...

REVIEW: The Georgia Thunderbolts – EP: The Georgia Thunderbolts (Musicalypse Archive)

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If rock 'n' roll ever needed a kick in the pants, it's now. Fortunately, Mascot Label Group has delivered yet another group of American southern...

REVIEW: Mercury Circle – EP: The Dawn of Vitriol

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Metal as a genre has existed for approximately half a century and even though a lot of bands have accepted that almost everything has...