Album Review: Nocturne Wulf – Nocturne Wulf (Self Released)

Tipping their hats to past metal masters and contemporary riff slingers, Nocturne Wulf have engineered a sound that calls upon the ferocious drive of Slayer, underpinned by the mastery of Iron Maiden and Metallica. They will release their self-titled new album, on Friday 19th July 2019.

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Album Review: Boatman’s Toll – The Fat is in the Fire (Seeing Red Records)

Originally released in 2017, to celebrate signing with Seeing Red Records, Chicago’s Boatman’s Toll will release a label version of their album, The Fat is in the Fire. One that includes a brand new song ‘Fossil’ ( as a preview of what is to come) as well as a cover of Acid Bath’s ‘The Blue’. This new version will be released via Seeing Red Records on the 19th July 2019.

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Album Review: The Lowest – Cult (Hasiok Records)

The Lowest is a Polish hardcore band, founded in Warsaw in 2012. Their new album, Cult is a hybrid of heavy, gloomy hardcore riffs combined with catchy melodies and punk energy. A 10 track concept album with lyrics touching different aspects of religiosity, from the primeval atavistic cults to the 20th century sects.

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Album Review – The Great War by Sabaton (Nuclear Blast)

Swedish power metallers, Sabaton, will release their brand new album, The Great War, on the 19th of July via Nuclear Blast.

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