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  1. Prologue: Omega
    by Poseidon
    Omega Omega
  2. Born Of A Cancerous Womb
    by Cancerous Womb
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    Father's Toy Father's Toy
    More shocking than the lyrics is the ability of this album to barrel beyond the often monotonous brutality of modern death without adopting the more-technical-than-thou approach. Even when no one’s head is on course with the wall, Born of a Cancerous Womb is easily pummelling its way to the top of my most on:
  3. Metal, Fire and Ice
    by Metalian
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    Metal Fire and Ice Metal Fire and Ice
  4. The Siege of Jerusalem
    by Stone Dagger
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    The Siege of Jerusalem The Siege of Jerusalem
  5. Demo
    by Rogue Planet
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    Heat Death Heat Death
  6. Antioch
    by Antioch
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    Inquisition Inquisition
  7. The End (Demo)
    by Regulus
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    Witch Hunt Witch Hunt
    'The End,' begins with droning fuzz before the pins-and-needles static of Witch Hunt bursts into life and speeds-off, rough and fuzzy, like five o’clock shadow...except, it's five a.m., you’re red around the eyes, and haven’t slept for on:
  8. Summoning Sickness Demo
    by Warlok
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    Night Rider Night Rider
    A steel-plated demo of classic, heavy metal. Harmonic vocals, razor-sharp guitars and pulsating rhythm, worthy of the 80s on:
  9. Regulus EP
    by Regulus
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    Regulus Regulus
    Gruff vocals
    overlay driven, grooving and weighty riffs which combine meandering melody with forward momentum - you know you’re on to a winner when you find yourself sitting at the kitchen table, lips pursed doing the side-to-side head bob. Fans of riffs and spliffs need to get on this, on:
    by Bathsheba
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    The Sleepless Gods The Sleepless Gods
    The doom riffs! The malevolent licks! Those sinister, yet siren vocals –
    this is scarily good. Occult, female fronted doom, on:
  11. When The World Turns Black E.P
    by Accelerator
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    When The World Turns Black When The World Turns Black
    You want your thrash fast, ferocious and square in the face? Well here it is. A little bitta Kreator with a whole lotta on: