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Tarot - Spell of Iron MMXI (Nuclear Blast/Riot)

It's a re-release of their classic 1986 debut, one of Finnish metal's finest achievements. But is it relevant and is it worth the effort? Yes; if you don't mind superfluous keyboards and some subpar vocal performances.

It’s like a revered artifact of Finnish metal that’s been dug out of the ground, painstakingly restored by eminent sonic scientists, groomed to meticulous perfection…and

Tearing Down the World - Schmier, Destruction and thrash metal

One of the figureheads of the Teutonic Thrash movement, Schmier has nothing but an unquenchable thirst for thrash metal that has fueled him for over 30 years on the road, as he explains.

Destruction has been thrashing for a very long time. Almost 30 years in fact.

Bullet – Highway Pirates

It’s back to the basics for Swedish metal heads Bullet with another lashing of AC/DC, Accept and Krokus inspired old school heavy rock.
Release Date: 
4 Feb 2011 (All day)

Seriously, I could just put the review I did for Bullet’s last Album Bite The Bullet here and it would still be relevant.

Scheepers - Scheepers (Frontiers/Riot)

One of metal's best voices returns with a massively impressive solo outing.
Release Date: 
17 Feb 2011 (All day)

Despite being rightfully known as one of the most powerful voices in modern metal, Germany&rs

Bullet – Bite The Bullet (Soundpollution/Riot)

These Swedish metalheads, who have obviously been brought up on a steady diet of AC/DC, Accept and Judas Priest, release an album that reeks of old school rock and more than a few stolen riffs.

From the opening track Pay The Price with its For Those About To Rock riffs and screeching Balls To The Wall feel you’ll think you’ve stumbled onto an unrelea