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Angellore – Rien Ne Devait Mourir

After three years of intensive work, French romantic doom metal masters ANGELLORE are now ready to lift the veil on their new magnum opus, Rien Ne Devait Mourir (nothing was meant to die). Composed of eight epic, well-varied songs for a full hour of enchanting music, this third album imposes itself as the darkest, most symphonic and ambitious work of the band to date.

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Somaesthesia – Recidivist

Recidivist explores the idea of repeat offenders – but in a deeper sense, the traps we can fall into where we find ourselves repeating negative behaviours, emotions and actions. Sonically and compositionally, Recidivist is built on hard edged, crushing cyclic riffs backed with dense double-kick drums, churning bass and aggressive vocals. At their heaviest moments, Somaesthesia beat you down with tight, complex repeated rhythms, yet there is also a dark and foreboding atmosphere that haunts these crushing tracks. Musically and lyrically, Somaesthesia have created a dark and dynamic EP that explores the depths of the human psyche.

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Jason Kui – Naka

Guitar maestro, Jason Kui, returns with ​Naka​ – his second studio album comprising of a diverse and exciting collection of songs that show off his eclectic prowess. His travels as a sought-after session musician have inspired his writing process for ​Naka​ and his broader musical journey.

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Anvil – Legal At Last

ANVIL recorded the new disc at Soundlodge studios in Rhauderfehn in the northwest of Germany. Speaking about the LP’s musical direction, Reiner told The Metal Voice: “It’s just a continuation of what we’ve been doing for the last four or five years, really. Some very powerful riffs. It’s gonna be more smashing, crushing ANVIL.”

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