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The Furor – Cavalries of the Occult

Musically, the album is so dynamic and unpredictable, it very nearly defies classification. To say that it is a mix of black and death metal, while true, does not do justice to what you hear when you listen.

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Dusius – Memory of a Man

With shades of many types of metal like Folk/Viking to Extreme/Death all the way to an almost progressive feel, this band shows they’re very well rounded and have many more stories for us all to hear.

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Arduini/Balich – Dawn of Ages

The album delivers torrents of guitars, deluge after deluge of roar and wail, with riffs that are more often engaging and accessible than dizzying and speed-driven.

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Fen – Winter

My favorite albums are ones that present a cohesive vision and Fen have certainly delivered this in spades.

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Black Anvil – As Was

With their fourth full length release As Was, Black Anvil is fast becoming the US answer to Enslaved (as a huge fan of the latter, this is not a comparison I make lightly).

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Obituary – Obituary

Long-time Obituary fans will be very happy with the variety on the album and it may even be enough to win back some fans that left them for dead.

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Behind the Sun – Post Solis

North Carolina’s Behind the Sun deliver a blistering five songs full of the heavy riffs, rhythmic shifts, and choral ensembles of growl not unknown in the prog side of death metal.

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