Reviews: MI Metal Shows & Albums

Here’s Our Opinion.

Warcrab – Scars of Aeons

Warcrab gives us a dark, brooding masterpiece without flaw. Too few will hear this album this year, but it will certainly find it’s way high up on my year end list.

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All Hell – The Grave Alchemist

By sticking to their aggressive, old-school evil and almost European style of metal, all while remaining ungodly catchy and heavy, they make it nearly impossible to catch your breath from track to track.

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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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