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Self-Titled by Rome

For the uninitiated of you playing along at home this is the debut album from up and coming Gold Coast titans ROME. Featuring former members of late 90’s technical metal giants "Devolved" and Techno/Death merchants. […]

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Self-Titled by Fenrir

Fenrir and their album of power/battle metal focusing on Norse Mythology. The album starts with military style booming drums and sets the tone for a rather dramatic and epic sounding release. There is the traditional […]

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Raw by Inslain

Anyone who is of the opinion that Metallica’s last decent album was "…And justice for all" is going to love this EP by Inlain. The vocals especially sound very Hetfield-esque while the rhythm guitar work […]

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Portal of I by Ne Obliviscaris

Ne Obliviscaris’ Portal of I is their debut album. They are a band hailing from Melbourne, Australian influenced by many different sorts of music not only metal. They are mainly a progressive metal band featuring […]

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Warhead by Mason

A plague the size of London’s great pestilence has hit Melbourne and the people are happy. There is a plethora of angry young dudes in this city, who are channelling that anger into some pretty […]

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Bangers And Thrash (Sydney, NSW)

7 September 2013 at Valve at AgincourtMetal Thrashing Productions first festival in the dark caves of the freshly established Valve Underground in Central's Agincourt Hotel was opened by some bluesy groovy metal – Blacksmith. They […]

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Tacit by Septerrus

Tacit is the debut album of Victorian thrash metal band Septerrus. From the minute this album starts there is a boom and thunder delivered with a crisp and slick production that instantly excites you about […]

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