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Oldie But Goldie: Debustrol – Neuropatolog (Neuropathologist)

Oldie But Goldie: Debustrol – Neuropatolog (Neuropathologist)

Hailing from the Czech Republic, Debustrol are most likely more of an obscurity on these shores (though legends in their homeland) rather than an Oldie But Goldie. However upon listening to their debut, 1991’s raging thrasher Neuropatolog (Neuropathologist), you can [...]

November 30, 2013 Album Reviews, Golden Oldies
Echotime update

Echotime update

Featured as New Band of the Day on the 13th of November, I had little information on Echotime when I wrote the article. Well, the band have been in touch and told me a little more about themselves – and [...]

November 22, 2013 Album Reviews
Oldie But Goldie: Fear Factory – Soul of a New Machine

Oldie But Goldie: Fear Factory – Soul of a New Machine

1992. Thrash metal was pretty much dying out and falling back to the underground from it’s former prominence, death metal was on top, and notoriety within the rising Norwegian black metal scene was about to peak in the following year. [...]

November 21, 2013 Album Reviews, Golden Oldies
Nekrogoblikon – Power

Nekrogoblikon – Power

I don’t often do album / EP reviews, the simple reason being that I struggle time-wise with just the news and the New Band of the Day posts. However, if a band comes along that I particularly like and I [...]

August 24, 2013 Album Reviews
Album review: Ravenface – Divided Kingdom

Album review: Ravenface – Divided Kingdom

I picked this up after finding the band on facebook. It happened to be on sale for a fiver and what I’d already heard by them very much appealed, so I broke into the PayPal coffers and forked out for [...]

March 25, 2013 Album Reviews
Free Tunes from Nuclear Blast!

Free Tunes from Nuclear Blast!

NOTE: Amazon.co.uk only as far as I can tell. Nuclear Blast have just dropped a 15-track sampler album onto Amazon at he lovely price of bugger all. For some reason if you only choose to buy individual tracks, they’re 79p [...]

March 17, 2013 Album Reviews, News