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Andrew Sifari

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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From Dr. Dre to Dio, John Coltrane to Joe Satriani, Spawn of Possession to Social Distortion... Great music is great music.
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  1. Starving Out the Light
    by Black Fast
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    Colony Collapse Colony Collapse
    Forward-thinking Thrash that never forgets its roots. This is killer stuff, esp. for those who tire of the retro-Thrash movement's unrelenting Exodus worship
  2. Sentient
    by Nucleus
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    Cube Cube
    Sentient is a captivating slab of old-school flavored Death Metal, extremely well written, a dizzying and unsettling run through a maze right out of your worst nightmares. Awesome stuff \m/
  3. HOCHELAGA
    by DOPETHRONE
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    RIFF DEALER RIFF DEALER
    These guys are true "Riff Dealers." Heavy blues that grind and writhe. Hard to get any Doom-ier than this.
  4. Out of the Garden
    by Crypt Sermon
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    The Master's Bouquet The Master's Bouquet
    If Dio fronted Candlemass, it would have probably sounded a little like this. Crypt Sermon bring the goods with this spellbinding and powerful Doom Metal masterpiece.
  5. Dead Revolution
    by Hammers Of Misfortune
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    The Precipice (Waiting for the Crash...) The Precipice (Waiting for the Crash...)
    It's fun, its energetic, its challenging. It's everything Rock/Metal ought to be. Couldn't recommend "Dead Revolution" more highly.
  6. Disposal Of The Dead // Dharmata
    by Defeated Sanity
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    Into The Soil Into The Soil
    Defeated Sanity's trademark brutality is delightfully sinister, while the Max Phelps-fronted second half of the album is dizzying, classic-sounding Prog/Tech Death at its best. Awesome release.

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