Posts Tagged “New Metal Releases”

It’s time to catch up on the week’s new metal releases with our collection of short reviews. This week, we cover Akris, Coldspell, Dark Age, Daylight Misery, Empyrium, Fyrnask, Glamour Of The Kill, Harem Scarem, Invsn, Obelyskkh, Pendulous, Sarke, Temple Nightside, Vom Fetisch der Unbeirrtheit, Vorna and Wolfpakk.

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This was one of the slower weeks of the year when it came to new metal releases, but we still managed to find nearly a dozen new albums for our weekly article of short reviews. This week you can check out our takes on the latest from Arceye, Black Water Rising, Borracho, Eminence, In Silentio Noctis, Lacerated and Carbonized, Nothnegal, Panzerchrist, Raving Season and We Butter The Bread With Butter.

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It’s a busy week for new metal releases, and we have you covered with 30 new short reviews, collected in one convenient location. Check out our takes on the latest from Ade, Anciients, Among Gods, As We Draw, Beissert, Bovine, Cerekloth, Cough, Cultes Des Ghoules, Destroyed In Seconds, Divided Multitude, Echtra, Eibon, Eyeconoclast, Flotsam and Jetsam, Impious Baptism, Kill With Hate, Magister Dixit, Memory Garden, The Moth Gatherer, October Tide, Omega Centauri, Pyrithion, Reign Of The Architect, Revel In Flesh, Senseless Beauty, Skid Row, Smohalla, This Misery Garden, Todtgelichter, Tombstone Highway and Windhand.

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The heavy hitters came to play in September, with outstanding releases from some big-name bands.  September was a great month for new metal releases, and was so deep that CDs that easily would have made the top five in previous months (Arch/Matheos, Brutal Truth, Anubis Gate) weren’t able to crack this month’s list.  Topping our best for September is Machine Head, whose Unto The Locust managed to equal or even top their spectacular last release The Blackening. Mastodon also continues to impress with their newest album.  Here’s our list of the best metal CDs released in September, 2011.

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