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Month: November 2020

Isle of the Cross – Excelsis

There seems to be a trend with these multi-instrumentalists, to give us multi-genre music on their albums. It is a well thought out and well executed album and I hope we see more of this project.

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Pyramaze – Epitaph

With “Epitaph”, Pyramaze demonstrates that they’re still very much in the game of powerful melodic metal by delivering an album with beautifully orchestrated melodies and emotional guitar solos overlaying a solid framework of catchy riffs and energetic rhythms.

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Lunatic Soul – Through Shaded Woods

“Through Shaded Woods” certainly is the most different Lunatic Soul album so far, and it might well be the best. We get to know a new side of Mariusz Duda’s music, it indeed feels as if we’re allowed to explore his origins, guided by himself.

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Intervals – Circadian

On his latest offering, our guitar hero, Aaron Marshall has prepared eight skillfully refined bangers, blending hooky melodies, engaging groovy riffs and some seriously fun vibin’.

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Arcing Wires – Prime

With ‘Prime’, Arcing Wires present a thoroughly enjoyable debut album and a mandatory listen for all lovers of the rare species that is jazz metal.

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Matterhorn – Outside

Mostly moody and melody-focussed, “Outside” doesn’t try to convince with pomp and effects. Instead, it is slowly carving its way deep into your soul with its carefully arranged compositions. 

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