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Destroy Destroy Destroy: Devour the Power
Destroy Destroy Destroy is a band that just has one of those names that make you look twice. With a name like that, what will this band sound like? Surely with song titles like “Ripped Apart By The Juggernaut Of Fornication” cannot be all that serious a band. Is this just another 3 Inches Of Blood clone? While the band may not take themselves serious, this hybrid act of power metal mixed with breakdowns, is a good listen for the Dungeons & Dragons player in all of us.

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Destroy Destroy Destroy: Battle Sluts
Destroy Destroy Destroy have changed musical gears with their latest release, Battle Sluts. The band, originally playing a mixture of power metal and hardcore, have decided to spend more time on the power metal side of their music, but was this a good move for the band?

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Abominant: Ungodly
Ungodly by Abominant is not the kind of album you would expect from a death metal band. What could very well pass for melodic death metal by today’s standards, this release is one of those hidden death metal gems that you probably never heard of before due to the label, Deathgasm Records. So, just how brightly does it shine?

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Necrodeath: Mater of All Evil
Born in the late eighties and broken up by the start of the nineties, Necrodeath have returned about ten years later with the album Mater Of All Evil. While the album name and artwork makes this album look and sound cheesy as all hell, the very first few seconds of this release are enough to make you shut the hell up. With a release that came out of nowhere, let us welcome back Necrodeath with open arms.

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Dungeon: A Rise to Power

The Australian power metal band Dungeon have released their second full length studio album. It seems lately a lot of bands in this style have started to sound the same. Given Dungeon‘s previous album, will A Rise To Power deliver for the starved masses?
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One of the most hyped death metal acts thusfar for 2008, Hail Of Bullets brings us their debut full length album, …Of Frost And War. This supergroup’s album is a conceptual one revolving around the German – Soviet war of 1941-1945, which clearly works with the title and fits perfectly with death metal. Was it worth the wait?