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Armory - Empyrean Realms

Iron Savior - Rise of the Hero

Behemoth - The Satanist

Demonical - Darkness Unbound

Hail of Bullets - III: The Rommel Chronicles

Crystal Viper - Possession

Pestilence - Obsideo

Glorior Belli - Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls

Pentagram Chile - The Malefice

Artillery - Legions

Onslaught - VI

Inquisition - Obscure Verses for the Multiverse

Satan's Wrath - Aeons of Satan's Reign

Rhapsody of Fire - Dark Wings of Steel

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.... Armory - Empyrean Realms
"Empyrean Realms" sounds like Armory breaking out of its shell and soaring high above the clouds, proudly dynamic and boasting explosive, mighty feathers of elegance and poignancy. - Read the full Armory - Empyrean Realms review

.... Iron Savior - Rise of the Hero
Iron Savior is like a dog that can only do one trick, but that trick happens to be the ability to throw up titanic power metal covered in crispy riffs, bombastic choruses, and an authentic degree of raw sound quality. - Read the full Iron Savior - Rise of the Hero review

. Behemoth - The Satanist
The Satanist is the portal into which Behemoths evolution, trials, tribulations, and triumphs all remain in dark meditation. The Satanist is just fantastic from start to finish- it is Behemoths finest endeavor. (5 stars) - Read the full Behemoth - The Satanist review

.... Demonical - Darkness Unbound
"Darkness Unbound" is enough death metal destruction to whisk away even the blackest of hearts and make them blasphemous, profane warriors in the order of Demonical's eternal army of doom. No need to fix what's not broken. - Read the full Demonical - Darkness Unbound review

.... Hail of Bullets - III: The Rommel Chronicles
The demolition of Hail of Bullets makes "III: The Rommel Chronicles" a surefire product of noisome, wreckful, annihilative death metal cooked up by the most credible musicians around. - Read the full Hail of Bullets - III: The Rommel Chronicles review

.... Crystal Viper - Possession
"Possession" isn't much more than another slab of heavy metal goodness. Crystal Viper is still awesome, and the band's fifth full-length record lives up to the quality standard of the Crystal Viper brand with the same harsh bite and brawn. - Read the full Crystal Viper - Possession review

.... Pestilence - Obsideo
"Obsideo" mostly has the right idea and overrides many of the issues that plagued "Doctrine," but Pestilence is still caught up in an accustomed arduousness which ultimately makes "Obsideo" a wash. - Read the full Pestilence - Obsideo review

.... Glorior Belli - Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls
It occasionally provides a tune greater than the sum of its parts, but the whole package generally leaves the local yokels feeling disappointed, like a Sunday without a case of Busch Light. - Read the full Glorior Belli - Gators Rumble, Chaos Unfurls review

.... Pentagram Chile - The Malefice
Often regarded as one of the most important metal bands to have ever hailed from Chile and South America in their underground circuits, Pentagram lived and died in the arms of old-school thrash/death metal. - Read the full Pentagram Chile - The Malefice review

.... Artillery - Legions
Most of "Legions" delivers multitudes of admirable guitar work with an unparalleled power of thrashing heavy metal goodness. This isn't a wasteful investment or redundant in the least- Artillery lives up to the hype. - Read the full Artillery - Legions review

.... Onslaught - VI
"VI" is actually a fairly decent album, and I'm thrilled to see a thrash band from the early 1980s like Onslaught make a slab of atrocity this homicidal and savage. A winner in my book. - Read the full Onslaught - VI review

.... Inquisition - Obscure Verses for the Multiverse
Listening to "Obscure Verses for the Multiverse" shows Inquisition sticking to the band's main strengths, a superb effort as expected. Inquisition's modus operandi often soars between imaginative black metal riffs, sudden slow lurches, and atypical vocals that, when meshed together, create a great whirlpool of dark atmosphere. - Read the full Inquisition - Obscure Verses for the Multiverse review

.... Satan's Wrath - Aeons of Satan's Reign
Dark forces must have approved of "Galloping Blasphemy," because just over a year later the entity of Satan's Wrath had grown from a two-piece to a full quintet and released "Aeons of Satan's Reign" without batting an eye. - Read the full Satan's Wrath - Aeons of Satan's Reign review

.... Rhapsody of Fire - Dark Wings of Steel
Barring "Dark Wings of Steel," Rhapsody of Fire had done a pretty solid job intertwining the passion of classical arrangements with the intensity and energy of power metal. The straightforward direction of their tenth full-length album frequently gains velocity yet never truly soars beyond its horizons. - Read the full Rhapsody of Fire - Dark Wings of Steel review

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