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We are now back to our regularly scheduled programming.  So, that means you stuck with just Nick and Brian, but you get three new album reviews and a whole slew of live reviews since Nick was busy this last week.

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Reviews:
Filter Crazy Eyes (Wind Up)
Mantar – Ode to the Flame (Nuclear Blast)
Primitive Weapons – The Future of Death (Party Smasher Inc.)

Live Reviews:
The Sword, Royal Thunder at Pearl Street Night Club in Northampton, MA on April 15, 2016
KvelertakTorcheWild Throne at Middle East (downstairs in Cambridge, MA on April 17, 2016

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Last week, we stepped up our game a bit, keeping things on task and, well, for lack of a better word, “intelligent.”  This week, we try to continue in a similar vein. In addition to reviewing some more of Metal Month’s new releases, we also see the  return of the “Sh!t We Missed” segment, where we take a look at a few releases that, for one reason or another, we just didn’t get to when they came out.  Actually, it’s during that segment when Brian takes a shot one of his fellow hosts’ mothers and brings the classiness down a notch or two…right about to your mom’s level.

Reviews: Barren Earth – The Devil’s ResolvePrimitive Weapons – The Shadow Gallery; Spawn of Possesison – Incurso

Sh!t We Missed: Alcest – Les Voyages de l’ÂmeIced EarthDystopiaMegadethTh1rt3en

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