Metal Blade/Riot

Armored Saint - La Raza (Metal Blade/Riot)

'LA's Headbangingest band' return to the fray with the first product in a decade.
Release Date: 
8 Mar 2010 - 11:30pm

Armored Saint – the unluckiest band in the history of metal?

Valkyrja - Contamination (Metal Blade/Riot)

They may not be spectacularly well known in the black metal scene, but this album could be set to change things for Valkyrja.

I cannot tell a lie: this album scared me.

Aeternam - Disciples Of The Unseen (Metal Blade/Riot)

This is a decent debut from Canada's latest death metal export, but enough with the sodding cymbals.

The opening moments of Disciples Of The Unseen from this Quebec City quintet transport the listener into an odd mix of the hostel in, um, Hostel, and a Turkish bazaar.

Barn Burner - Bangers (Metal Blade/Riot)

Plucky Canadian quartet release an excellent debut in the face of possible apathy...

Charred Walls of the Damned - Self-titled (Metal Blade/Riot)

Metal's newest 'Supergroup' struggles with the idea that less is more.

Of course, were this project in any way the beneficiary of correct nomenclature it would be c

As I Lay Dying - Australian Tour, March 2010

One of most influential bands to break out of the underground metal scene in recent years, San Diego quintet As I Lay Dying return to Australia to deliver another massive knockout blow!
Tour Dates: 
28/03/2010 - 01/04/2010

 

 

 

 

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Six Feet Under - Graveyard Classics 3 (Metal Blade/Riot)

Chris Barnes and co put down the bong for just long enough to throw out another volume of fun covers.

Six Feet Under is nothing if not predictable – but I strongly suspect that’s much of their appeal.

The Red Chord - Fed Through The Teeth Machine (Metal Blade/Riot)

Being one of the earlier innovators of the deathcore genre, The Red Chord's latest effort Fed Through The Teeth Machine is a heavy assault on the ears: one that does not let go from beginning to end.

Deathcore. That word can either make or break a band for some metalheads, depending on which side of the fence they would sit: they either love it or despise it.

Eryn Non Dae - Hydra Lernaia (Metal Blade/Riot)

What do you get if you put Neurosis on stage with an epileptic and a cheese eating surrender monkey? No, it's not a sick, tasteless joke... it's Eryn Non Dae! Read on mes amis...

 

Razor of Occam - Homage to Martyrs (Metal Blade/Riot)

Razor Of Occam's debut album is furious cheese saturation for those trying times.

Razor of Occam, former Aussies hailing from the City of Churches (Adelaide), now residing in Britain, fina