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Jeff de los Santos
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Taker – It Is Finished Album Review
August 25th, 2014
Taker: It Is Finished Reviewed by: Jeff de los Santos   Taker was a band out of Virginia that never did a full length before they split up.  Their original
Eric Strother
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Album Review: The Choir- Shadow Weaver
May 2nd, 2014
The Choir: Shadow Weaver Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Of all the non-metal releases expected for 2014 the one I was most anticipating has been Shadow Weaver by The Choir,
Tom Metcalf
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Album Review: Barren Cross – Birth Pangs
April 14th, 2014
Barren Cross: Birth Pangs Reviewed by: Tom Metcalf   What can I say?  What a GREAT Live Album!  I truthfully have never been fond of Live albums.  For me, I
Tom Metcalf
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Album Review: Saving Grace – The Urgency
March 18th, 2014
Saving Grace: “The Urgency” Reviewed by: Tom Metcalf   Saving Grace is a band that was started in 2005 in the small country of New Zealand. The band started from
Sieto Kooijker
Ambassadors Of Shalom
Album Review: Ambassadors Of Shalom – Abdicate Self
March 17th, 2014
Ambassadors Of Shalom – Abdicate Self Reviewed by: Sieto Kooijker   Ambassadors Of Shalom are an up-and-coming three piece band from Manchester, England. The band was formed in January 2012
Tom Metcalf
Apocalyptic Visions of Divine Terror. Album Review
Album Review: ForChristSake- Apocalyptic Visions of Divine Terror
February 10th, 2014
ForChristSake: Apocalyptic Visions of Divine Terror Reviewed by: Tom Metcalf   ForChristSake is a ‘Unblack’ band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, with a line-up that consists of Ignatios on drums/ vocals,
Eric Strother
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Album Review: Hortor – Dios de Dioses
January 17th, 2014
Hortor: Dios de Dioses Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Hortor is a band I had heard of but never actually heard until I was asked to write this review of
Jeff de los Santos
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Album Review: Stryper – No More Hell To Pay
January 14th, 2014
Stryper: No More Hell to Pay Reviewed by: Jeff de los Santos   Not long after releasing Second Coming which was an album where they re-recorded several of their songs