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Beowülf – Lost My Head… But I’m Back on the Right Track

We all have read hundreds of tributes in magazines, webzines, fanzines, blogs in this country. Each and every one of them has an inclination...

Megadeth – So Far, So Good… So What!

It’s the end of 1987. Metal and all of its genres experience their highest peak. From small clubs that host newcomers, to the stadiums that...

Opprobrium – Serpent Temptation

Genre: Death/Thrash Metal Country: U.S.A. Label: Relapse Records Year: 2016 That’s a legendary album and band! “Serpent Temptation” was originally released in 1988 under Incubus’s name (before they...

Harlet – 25 Gets A Ride

Genre: Heavy Metal Country: U.S.A. Label: Skol Records (Blood & Iron Re-Issue) Year: 1988 (2013 Re-Issue) Todd Michael Hall is -quite unarguably- one of the most appreciated vocalists on...

Titan – Titan

Genre: Heavy/Speed Country: France Label: No Remorse Year: 2015 (1986) The French scene has provided us with good bands, such as Killers, Trust, Nightmare, Blaspheme, Mistreated, ADX, Sortilege,...

Death – Leprosy

“Leprosy will take control and bring you to your death!” Genre: Death Metal Country: U.S.A. Label: Combat Records Year: 1988 There’s no need to compose a huge introduction concerning...

Razor: Unleashing the Canadian Iron Legions

A trying-hard-to-remain-objective review on the remastered records the Canadian war machine released just recently. RAZOR. Canada. Thrash Attack. Need I say more? Three of...

Iron Maiden: When the Seventh Son Of A Seventh Son changed the course of history…

It was April 11, 1988, when Iron Maiden released their (for many fans) best work in until along their musical way, but it seems...

CHASTAIN: New album + reissues of “The 7th of Never” and “The Voice of Cult”!

David T. Chastain has gained a reputation over the last 25 years as a powerful, progressive guitarist whose music has been centered around...

Flotsam & Jetsam: Life After Jason… No Place For Disgrace

While the best known change in Flotsam & Jetsam after releasing their debut –"Doomsday for the Deceiver" that was successful artistically/commercially– followed the transcription...

Num Skull – Ritually Abused (re-issue)

Genre: Τhrash Metal Country: U.S.A. Label: Relapse Records Year: 1988, 2014 Num Skull was formed in 1985 and released three albums and two splits, till they finally split-up...

Znöwhite: Act of A Lesser God

You probably all know that Chicago is famous for its basketball team, since Bulls' Michael Jordan-era, it has one of the greatest teams in...

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