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{Staff listed in alphabetical order by last name}
 

 

JEFF DE LOS SANTOSJeff
 
1. Promise Land: Harmony in Ruins
 
2. Veni Domine: Light
 
3. Pÿlon: Homo Homini Lupus
 
4. Harmony: Theatre of Redemption
 
5. Teramaze: Esoteric Symbolism

 

DALE HUFFMANDaleH
 
1. Promise Land: Harmony In Ruins
 
2. Northern Flame: Glimpse Of Hope
 
3. Saint: Broad is the Gate
 
4. Letter 7: Trust
 
5. Four Star Revival: Knights of the Revival

 

SIETO KOOIJKERSieto
 
1. The Choir: Shadow Weaver
 
2. Michael Sweet: I’m Not Your Suicide
 
3. Wovenhand: Refractory Obdurate
 
4. Harmony: Theatre Of Redemption
 
5. Veni Domine: Light

 

TOM METCALFTomM
 
1. Memphis May Fire: Unconditional
 
2. For Today: Fight the Silence
 
3. Demon Hunter: Extremist
 
4. Fit For a King: Slave to Nothing
 
5. Texas in July: Blood Work

 

ERIC STROTHEREricS
 
1. Promise Land: Harmony in Ruins
 
2. Teramaze: Esoteric Symbolism
 
3. Demon Hunter: Extremist
 
4. Saint: Broad is the Gate
 
5. Harmony: Theatre of Redemption

 

 

 

 

Album Reviews

Album Review | Taking the Head of Goliath : ST

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Taking the Head of Goliath : ST Reviewed by: Eric Strother   One of the most anticipated albums of 2018 for death metal fans has been the debut from Taking the Head of Goliath. I think it is safe to say your patience has been amply rewarded by this album. This is one of
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Album Review | Dreaded Dale: Wayward EP

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Dreaded Dale: Wayward EP Reviewed by: Tom Metcalf   Roaring out of the Southlands Dreaded Dale is an American Southern-core band, which formed March 24, 2018. Mixing faith with metal, Dreaded Dale has set out to bring Christ to a generation that has all but given up on
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Album Review | Grave Robber: Escaping the Grave

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Grave Robber: Escaping the Grave Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Grave Robber is Escaping the Grave after seven years. Well, there was the Straight to Hell EP back in 2014, but this is their first full-length album since 2011’s incredible You’re All Gonna Die. There’
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Album Review | Hand of Fire: Nuclear Sunrise

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Hand of Fire: Nuclear Sunrise Reviewed by: Eric Strother   Hand of Fire’s debut album, Nuclear Sunrise, is the album fans of old school Bay Area thrash are looking for. Crunching guitars, aggressive vocals, thunderous and driving drums, and a solid bassline are the be
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