Album Review: Neorhythm – Terrastory (Self Released)

Russian metal duo Neorythym will is set to release it’s newest album, Terrastory, on March 20th 2020. Featuring 11 tracks of dark, progressive groove, Terrastory is a concept album with themes covering the 4.5 billion year history of planet Earth.

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Album Review: Marzuraan – Ten Years Too Late (Cruel Nature Records)

Having built a substantial UK following from 2002 – 2008, Marzuraan eventually disbanded, but they left a number of unreleased tracks in their wake. In 2019 Pete Burn from the band approached Cruel Nature with a view to releasing an album using this material. The six-track album, Ten Years Too Late will be released on March 9th 2020.

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EP Review: Ogives Big Band – Harm (Self Released)

Ogives Big Band are a new riff powerhouse hailing from Bristol. The new EP ‘Harm’ features 3 tracks which had previously lain dormant and are now being brought kicking and screaming into the present and reimagined. It was released on October 16th 2019.

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Single Slam – Tears that Burn the Son by Meshiaak ( Mask of All Misery)

Australian metallers, Meshiaak, have released a brand new single called Tears that Burn the Son. It comes from their incoming new album, Mask of All Misery.

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