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Interview With Joakim Brodén Of Sabaton

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Paladin – Ascension It’s always mind-blowing and immensely satisfying when a brand new act emerges out of nowhere to kick everyone’s ass. On their debut release, Atlanta’s Paladin unleash a total barrage of shred-tastic power metal anthems laced with a …

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The post TMO Albums Of The Month – May 2019 appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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When I look at the lineups for upcoming shows, I tend to put them into three distinct categories: Those that assert themselves as a must-see, those I would really like to see, and those I can safely ignore either because …

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The post Heroes to U.S. North American Tour 4/20/19 appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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Eluveitie – Ategnatos Eluveitie have hit their peak in their eighth record, Ategnatos. It’s fantastically fluid for such a diverse folk metal album, and, while it retains the trademark Eluveitie sound, it’s a distinct experience from most of their other …

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The post TMO Albums Of The Month – April 2019 appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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        In light of recent research, another artifact has surfaced in Metal Archeology. Coming again from the UK, from Glasgow this time, it is the blackened death metal duo that is “Horoma Exordium”. For those of you …

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The post Metal Archeology – Horoma Exordium appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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Ty Morn – Istor Whenever the word ‘epic’ is used in conjunction with a heavy metal band, a lot of people immediately associate the word ‘cheesy’ with it. Enter British newcomers Ty Morn and their debut Istor, which profoundly negates …

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The post TMO Albums Of The Month – March 2019 appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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With the sheer amount of metal bands out there, it is easy to get swept away by the flood of releases every month and miss some of the true gemstones. The Metal Observer will help you dig up these gemstones …

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At approximately 60 novels, countless short-stories and a few works of non-fiction here and there, Stephen King is one of the most prolific authors of our age. The sheer amount of his works adapted to film and TV outshines any …

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The post TMOx10: Stephen King Metal appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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Overkill – The Wings Of Warby Larry Best Very few things in life are constant and eternal. There’s death, corruption, taxes, re-runs of Friends – and Overkill. They are probably my favourite band of all time, and thus I should be incredibly …

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The post TMO Albums Of The Month – February 2019 appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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It’s always cool, I think, to watch a directorial debut. To see the burgeoning talents of those who may be, shall we say, cinematically inclined is always kind of exciting, because if it goes over well, it could lead to …

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The post ‘DATE FROM HELL’ Short Film Review – A Metal Observer Special Report appeared first on The Metal Observer.

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