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Release date: September 10, 2008

Genre: Thrash metal, Heavy metal

Length: 74:41

Label: Warner Bros., Vertigo, Mercury, Universal Music Japan

Before I start this review, let me tell you a couple of things about me so you can understand how I felt when listening to Death Magnetic. My first contact with Metallica was in 2003 during the Summer Sanitarium Tour. My main reason for going there was to see Linkin Park live for the first time ever. I was a big fan of LP since Hybrid Theory came out when One Step Closer was a sleeper hit on MTV2 and the band hadn't made its way to TRL and mainstream audiences yet. Anyways, the tour had an impressive line-up with Deftones, Mudvayne, Limp Bizkit (who could still rock out a crowd even though their popularity was fading), Linkin Park, and of course Metallica. During this summer, their lead single for St. Anger (a ... Read more »

Category: Music reviews | Views: 1012 | Added by: Verdict | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

Lamb of God
Album: Wrath
Release Date: February 24, 2009
Label: Epic / Roadrunner Records

Track Listing
01. The Passing
02. In Your Words
03. Set to Fail
04. Contractor
05. Fake Messiah
06. Grace
07. Broken Hands
08. Dead Seeds
09. Everything to Nothing
10. Choke Sermon
11. Reclamation

Reviewer: Eric

Lamb of God has proven themselves as one of the top competitors in the metal scene. After almost 19 years the band has released top notch music, one album at a time. Instead of playing the same music that made them famous Lamb of God is changing things but it may be too much for some fans.

Clocking in at almost 45 minutes the new Lamb of God album is not for the weak of heart. Wrath is the sort of album that is going to break the band into the top ten, may ... Read more »

Category: Music reviews | Views: 803 | Added by: Verdict | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

Rose Funeral
Album: The Resting Sonata
Release Date: January 20, 2009
Label: Metal Blade Records

Track Listing
01. Exordium the fall of Christ
02. Sodomizer
03. God Demise
04. Remain in Dirt
05. Left to Rot
06. The Resting Sonata
07. Redeemer
08. Created to Kill
09. Embalming the Masses
10. Buried Beneath
11. Dawning the Resurrection Verse II

Reviewer: Eric

The Resting Sonata is the first release on Metal Blade Records for Rose Funeral. Their take on modern metal music is full of aggression and energy, but it isn’t the right sound the band needs to stand out. Is The Resting Sonata another washed-up metal release?

Rose Funeral has what it takes to become a known band in the metal scene. From live shows to certain songs, mainly the second half, you can h ... Read more »

Category: Music reviews | Views: 891 | Added by: Verdict | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

Cannibal Corpse
Album: Evisceration Plague
Release Date: February 3, 2009
Label: Metal Blade Records

Cannibal Corpse is the champions in the death metal genre. Their music helped make the death metal genre in getting noticed by the mainstream. After playing music for over twenty years the band is back with their eleventh studio album and there is no stopping them now.

Evisceration Plague is a nonstop, head pounding death metal album that will pierce a hole in your brain. The latest release from Corpse has some of the most brutal guitar work I have ever heard from the band. The last time I can remember guitar work like this was on the bands classic fifth album, Vile. Cannibal Corpse has really stepped up their game with this release, it is insane!

The band has that song writing style that makes them infamous. The lyrical content is ... Read more »

Category: Music reviews | Views: 795 | Added by: Verdict | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

Blood Stain Child
Album: Mozaiq
Release Date: October 9, 2007
Label: Locomotive Records

Have you ever said to yourself “I bet it’d be cool to incorporate large amounts of electronic elements like dance, techno and trance sounds into a melodic death metal album?” My magic 8-ball says “highly unlikely” but for the members of this Japanese band, it must have read “Definitely.” Blood Stain Child take the melodic death metal genre to an odd and yet compelling new level with their latest album “Mozaiq.”

Not too long from the album’s opening the waves of techno synthesizers will wash over you like a typhoon. These are accompanied by speedy guitar licks and booming drums. As for the vocal styles, they are reminiscent of Anders Friden of In Flames, with both growled and clean vocal harmonies. However, if you can understand what they’re saying a ... Read more »

Category: Music reviews | Views: 777 | Added by: Verdict | Date: 03.03.2009 | Rating: 0.0/0 | Comments (0)

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