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We Don’t Need No Stinkin’ Power!

We thwarted disaster to bring this episode!  Well, kinda.  I mean, it could have been a disaster.  Turns out there was just a minor setback that instilled a bit of panic.  Just listen…we explain it…

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Omnium Gatherum The Burning Cold (Century Media)
Downpour Downpour
CirclesThe Last One (Season of Mist)

 

Nevada
Mynas

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Try Harder Next Time

Well, this time we recorded the show before hitting the slopes, but we didn’t get to edit and such until after.  So, late again (get used to it), here were are with brand new releases that we are actually interested in hearing what you think about.  I mean, yeah, the whole point of this is we share our thoughts and you use that knowledge at your discretion.  However, we feel like we are missing a little something at some points here, so we want to know what you think!  Use that comments section and share you thoughts!  Be heard!

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Reviews:
Anthrax For All Kings (Megaforce)
Omnium Gatherum – Grey Heavens (Lifeforce)
Omnihility Dominion of Misery (Unique Leader)

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Alright, since this is going up really late, I’ll keep this short. We have four brandy new albums with four cool-ass songs to go with them.  We also have two live reviews from Brian’s recent ventures into NYC.  All that info is below. Get listening!  (And sorry for the slackin’ in postin’.)

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Reviews: Behemoth – The Satanist (Metal Blade); Exmortus – Slave to the Sword (Prosthetic); Grand Magus – Triumph and Power (Nuclear Blast); Junius – Days of the Fallen Sun (Prosthetic)

Live Reviews: “World Construct Tour” feat. Dark Tranquillity, Omnium Gatherum, Exmortus @ Stage 48, New York, NY on February 3, 2014; “Deceiver of the Gods Tour” feat. Amon Amarth, Enslaved, Skeletonwitch @ Irving Plaza, New York, NY on February 4, 2014

(During the Junius review, I (Brian) believe I stated that the EP would not be released on CD.  That information is not correct.   It is available on limited edition vinyl, CD, or digital download.)

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Last week, we had a special show, being able to play music form all the albums we reviewed, and in the post, we told you we would try to keep that going  Well, this week, we only got permission to play half as much music (that’s two songs, for those of you reading with a hangover), but it wasn’t for lack of trying.  Despite it, we still have four new reviews ranging from some killer Rock from a band named after a Twin Peaks character to the world’s first Melodic Death double-album, all executed with our usual antics, mis-speakings, and friendly ridicule. Kyle also makes a suggestion for new section on the site!

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Reviews: As They Burn – Will, Love, Life (Victory); Audrey Horne – Youngblood (Napalm); Omnium Gatherum – Beyond (Lifeforce); Soilwork – The Living Infinite (Nuclear Blast) 

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