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Shred

  1. London, UK
  1. collection 13
  2. following 4
  1. Pacific Myth (Official Release)
    by Protest the Hero
    00:00/00:00
    Harbinger Harbinger
  2. Kezia (Remaster)
    by Protest the Hero
    00:00/00:00
    The Divine Suicide of K The Divine Suicide of K
  3. Volition (Instrumental)
    by Protest the Hero
    00:00/00:00
    Clarity (Instrumental) Clarity (Instrumental)
  4. Cataract
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
  5. A Calculated Use of Sound
    by Protest the Hero
    00:00/00:00
    These Colours Don't Run These Colours Don't Run
  6. The Malkuth Grimoire
    by Alkaloid
    00:00/00:00
    Carbon Phrases Carbon Phrases
  7. Cold Water
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
  8. Tidal
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
  9. Ragged Tooth
    by Protest the Hero
    subscriber exclusive
  10. Truth Knowledge Vision
    by Torrential Downpour
    00:00/00:00
    Satan, Whatever... Satan, Whatever...
  11. Haunt - Full Release
    by Raiju
    00:00/00:00
    The Kool-Aid The Kool-Aid
    Protest/Periphery-a-likes but they do the absolute best job at it. Also considering neither of those two released (full) albums in 2014, Haunt is the perfect tide-over until a couple weeks time.

    I always hope bands like these pick up and earn recognition enough to do this as a career! Good luck folks.
    (time of writing 06/01/2015)
  12. Red Giant
    by Barrows
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    Black Hole Black Hole
    Red Giant sounds exactly how you'd assume it would. Every star has a story and this album is as convincing as it gets in terms of what that story is in audio (or more specifically instrumental metal) form.

    It's never boring, appropriately heavy and a single-session listen that deserves your time. Grabbit!
  13. Song of the Crippled Bull
    by Black Crown Initiate
    00:00/00:00
    Stench of the Iron Age Stench of the Iron Age
    The concept and coherence of this EP far surpasses anything their full album offered. The album is good, but I felt it was more of a showcase than anything particularly ambitious.

    This EP is one of my favourite death releases and it has everything to do with how memorable its theme and journey is.

    If I was allowed to be selfish and pick what they attempt for their second LP, it'd be to recapture what makes this EP so good and do it errr... biggerer and betterer