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Falconer – Armod: Review

June 22, 2011 Leave a comment

Armod, which is the most recent album by Falconer, was released on June 3 through Metal Blade records. This is record is my first encounter with the band. I honestly was hoping for more than what was given due to the band’s reputation. Still, Armod is a good album and an enjoyable listen.

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Amorphis – The Beginning of Times

June 1, 2011 Leave a comment

Amorphis released their latest record on May 27. It is entitled The Beginning of Times and was released through Nuclear Blast. The band had been on an excellent streak with records in recent years. Unfortunately, I do not consider this a continuation of their chain of stellar releases.

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Turisas – Stand Up and Fight: Review

March 1, 2011 Leave a comment

On February 23, Turisas released their third album. It is entitled Stand Up and Fight, and is just about as battle-epic as the cover suggests. Their first couple releases have been well-received, and this is sure to be received in similar manner.

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Wuthering Heights Interview

June 22, 2010 Leave a comment

Here is my email interview with the progressive power metal band, Wuthering Heights, care of the lovely folks from Earsplit. A couple of months ago, they released their latest album entitled Salt, and it was well-received on this site. The band’s founding member, Erik Ravn, was kind enough to take the time to give some friendly answers to my questions.

Erik Ravn

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Wuthering Heights – Salt: Review

April 13, 2010 2 comments

On April 12, the Danish progressive power metal band, Wuthering Heights, released their latest album, Salt. I have grown very fond of this band after hearing their previous two releases, Far From the Madding Crowd and The Shadow Cabinet. Prior to listening to this album, I was unsure whether the band would be able to match the two aforementioned ones. However, they have easily done so with Salt, creating what could very possibly be 2010’s best record.

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