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DREAM THEATER - Images and Words Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Awake Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Train of Thought Progressive Metal | review permalink
THE BLACK MAGES - The Black Mages: Battle Music of Final Fantasy Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Metropolis, Part 2: Scenes From a Memory Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence Progressive Metal | review permalink
STUCK MOJO - Declaration of a Headhunter Alternative Metal | review permalink
ANDROMEDA - Extension of the Wish Progressive Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - ...And Justice for All Thrash Metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - Twilight In Olympus Progressive Metal | review permalink
FATES WARNING - A Pleasant Shade Of Gray Progressive Metal | review permalink
RAMMSTEIN - Mutter Industrial Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - The Wake Of Magellan Progressive Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Poets And Madmen Progressive Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Risk Hard Rock | review permalink
METALLICA - Metallica Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
CONSORTIUM PROJECT - Consortium Project Progressive Metal | review permalink
SONATA ARCTICA - Ecliptica Power Metal | review permalink
KISS - Destroyer Hard Rock | review permalink
H-BLOCKX - Time to Move Alternative Metal | review permalink
FOZZY - Do You Wanna Start a War Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
PLATITUDE - Silence Speaks Power Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Ride the Lightning Thrash Metal | review permalink
STUCK MOJO - Pigwalk Alternative Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - When Dream and Day Unite Progressive Metal | review permalink
SAINT ASONIA - Saint Asonia Alternative Metal | review permalink
CHRIS CAFFERY - Faces Power Metal | review permalink
RED CIRCUIT - Homeland Progressive Metal | review permalink
RED CIRCUIT - Trance State Progressive Metal | review permalink
CRIMSON GLORY - Transcendence US Power Metal | review permalink
WINGDOM - Reality Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - A Change of Seasons Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Falling Into Infinity Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Octavarium Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Systematic Chaos Progressive Metal | review permalink
RAMMSTEIN - Sehnsucht Industrial Metal | review permalink
STUCK MOJO - Rising Alternative Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Master of Puppets Thrash Metal | review permalink
ICED EARTH - Iced Earth US Power Metal | review permalink
ICED EARTH - Night of the Stormrider US Power Metal | review permalink
SHADOW GALLERY - Tyranny Progressive Metal | review permalink
ANDROMEDA - II = I Progressive Metal | review permalink
ANDROMEDA - Chimera Progressive Metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - A Twist in the Myth Power Metal | review permalink
DREAMSCAPE - Revoiced Progressive Metal | review permalink
STUCK MOJO - Southern Born Killers Alternative Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Load Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Death Magnetic Thrash Metal | review permalink
STUCK MOJO - Here Come the Infidels Alternative Metal | review permalink
FOZZY - Happenstance Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - The Divine Wings Of Tragedy Progressive Metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - V: The New Mythology Suite Progressive Metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - The Odyssey Progressive Metal | review permalink
EVERGREY - Recreation Day Progressive Metal | review permalink
EVERGREY - The Inner Circle Progressive Metal | review permalink
FATES WARNING - Parallels Progressive Metal | review permalink
FOZZY - Chasing the Grail Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Black Clouds & Silver Linings Progressive Metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - Paradise Lost Progressive Metal | review permalink
JOHN ARCH - A Twist of Fate Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - A Dramatic Turn of Events Progressive Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - S&M Symphonic Metal | review permalink
CRIMSON GLORY - Astronomica Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
BEYOND TWILIGHT - The Devil's Hall of Fame Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - When Dream And Day Reunite Progressive Metal | review permalink
TRANSATLANTIC - SMPTe Non-Metal | review permalink
CHRIS CAFFERY - W.A.R.P.E.D. Power Metal | review permalink
DOMINICI - O3: A Trilogy, Part 2 Progressive Metal | review permalink
SHADOW GALLERY - Legacy Progressive Metal | review permalink
IRON MAIDEN - Powerslave NWoBHM | review permalink
THOUGHT CHAMBER - Angular Perceptions Progressive Metal | review permalink
OSI - Office Of Strategic Influence Progressive Metal | review permalink
IRON MAIDEN - Best Of The Beast Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT - Liquid Tension Experiment 2 Progressive Metal | review permalink
ETERNITY X - The Edge Progressive Metal | review permalink
FATES WARNING - Inside Out Progressive Metal | review permalink
RUSH - Moving Pictures Hard Rock | review permalink
PRIMUS - Tales From the Punchbowl Funk Metal | review permalink
FATES WARNING - Disconnected Progressive Metal | review permalink
ICYCORE - Wetwired Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Live Scenes From New York Progressive Metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - Prelude To The Millennium - Essentials Of Symphony - Progressive Metal | review permalink
SHADOW GALLERY - Room V Progressive Metal | review permalink
RUSH - Grace Under Pressure Non-Metal | review permalink
DREAMS OF SANITY - The Game Gothic Metal | review permalink
TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA - The Lost Christmas Eve Symphonic Metal | review permalink
ANDROMEDA - Manifest Tyranny Progressive Metal | review permalink
DOMINICI - O3: A Trilogy, Part 3 Progressive Metal | review permalink
SICK SPEED - The Way I Am Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
CLAWFINGER - Deaf Dumb Blind Alternative Metal | review permalink
F5 - A Drug for All Seasons Alternative Metal | review permalink
FOZZY - Sin and Bones Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Rust in Peace Thrash Metal | review permalink
STATIC-X - Machine Industrial Metal | review permalink
MULLMUZZLER - Keep It to Yourself Progressive Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Sirens US Power Metal | review permalink
STUCK MOJO - Snappin' Necks Alternative Metal | review permalink
LINKIN PARK - Hybrid Theory Nu Metal | review permalink
PLATITUDE - Secrets of Life Power Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Kill 'em All Thrash Metal | review permalink
IRON SAVIOR - Iron Savior Power Metal | review permalink
JAMES LABRIE - Elements of Persuasion Progressive Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - The $5.98 E.P.: Garage Days Re-Revisited Thrash Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - ReLoad Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SYSTEM OF A DOWN - System of a Down Alternative Metal | review permalink
SHADOW GALLERY - Shadow Gallery Progressive Metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - Symphony X Progressive Metal | review permalink
SHADOW GALLERY - Carved In Stone Progressive Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Peace Sells... But Who's Buying? Thrash Metal | review permalink
MAGNUM - Kingdom Of Madness Hard Rock | review permalink
RAMMSTEIN - Herzeleid Industrial Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Power Of The Night Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Handful Of Rain Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
DREAMSCAPE - Very Progressive Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - St. Anger Thrash Metal | review permalink
MACHINE HEAD - Burn My Eyes Groove Metal | review permalink
PANTERA - Cowboys From Hell Groove Metal | review permalink
FOZZY - Fozzy Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
IRON MAIDEN - Iron Maiden NWoBHM | review permalink
IRON MAIDEN - The Number Of The Beast NWoBHM | review permalink
ATMOSFEAR - Inside The Atmosfear Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Master Of Puppets Thrash Metal | review permalink
SYMPHONY X - The Damnation Game Progressive Metal | review permalink
STUCK MOJO - The Great Revival Alternative Metal | review permalink
CRIMSON GLORY - Strange And Beautiful Hard Rock | review permalink
JOHN PETRUCCI - Suspended Animation Progressive Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Hall Of The Mountain King Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
FOZZY - All That Remains Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
IRON MAIDEN - Piece Of Mind NWoBHM | review permalink
RUSH - Rush Hard Rock | review permalink
LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT - Liquid Tension Experiment Progressive Metal | review permalink
NEAL MORSE - God Won't Give Up Non-Metal | review permalink
MULLMUZZLER - MullMuzzler 2 Progressive Metal | review permalink
KAMELOT - Eternity Power Metal | review permalink
ENCHANT - A Blueprint Of The World Metal Related | review permalink
CONCEPTION - Parallel Minds Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Live at the Marquee Progressive Metal | review permalink
ANGUISH - Symmetry Progressive Metal | review permalink
DALI'S DILEMMA - Manifesto For Futurism Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAMS OF SANITY - Masquerade Gothic Metal | review permalink
TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA - Christmas Eve and Other Stories Symphonic Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Once in a LIVEtime Progressive Metal | review permalink
IRON MAIDEN - Edward The Great Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
ANDROMEDA - The Immunity Zone Progressive Metal | review permalink
THE BLACK MAGES - The Black Mages II: The Skies Above Progressive Metal | review permalink
KAMELOT - Siége Perilous Power Metal | review permalink
KING CRIMSON - Discipline Non-Metal | review permalink
7 MONTHS - 7 Months Progressive Metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - Battalions of Fear Speed Metal | review permalink
DRAGONFORCE - Valley of the Damned Power Metal | review permalink
DEEP PURPLE - Shades Of Deep Purple Proto-Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Awake Demos 1994 Progressive Metal | review permalink
STATIC-X - Wisconsin Death Trip Industrial Metal | review permalink
PAGAN'S MIND - Infinity Divine Progressive Metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - Follow the Blind Speed Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Train Of Thought Instrumental Demos 2003 Progressive Metal | review permalink
DISTURBED - The Sickness Nu Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - Hollow Years Metal Related | review permalink
METALLICA - The Unnamed Feeling E.P. Thrash Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - Fright Night Power Metal | review permalink
CRIMSON GLORY - Crimson Glory US Power Metal | review permalink
BLACK SABBATH - Black Sabbath Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
PRIMUS - Frizzle Fry Funk Metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Creeping Death / Jump in the Fire EP Thrash Metal | review permalink
DEVIN TOWNSEND - Terria Progressive Metal | review permalink
OPETH - Blackwater Park Progressive Metal | review permalink
ADRENALINE MOB - Adrenaline Mob Groove Metal | review permalink
CONCEPTION - The Last Sunset Progressive Metal | review permalink
DEREK SHERINIAN - Black Utopia Progressive Metal | review permalink
ETERNITY X - Zodiac Progressive Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - The Dungeons Are Calling US Power Metal | review permalink
SAVATAGE - Fight For The Rock Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
BLIND GUARDIAN - Tales From the Twilight World Power Metal | review permalink
DREAMSCAPE - Trance-Like State Progressive Metal | review permalink
QUEENSRŸCHE - Queensrÿche Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
IRON MAIDEN - Killers NWoBHM | review permalink
FATES WARNING - Night On Bröcken Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
TO/DIE/FOR - All Eternity Gothic Metal | review permalink
DREAMS OF SANITY - Komödia Gothic Metal | review permalink
ATOMIC ROOSTER - Space Cowboy Hard Rock | review permalink
ETERNITY X - Mind Games Progressive Metal | review permalink
DREAM THEATER - The Majesty Demos 1985 - 1986 Progressive Metal | review permalink
KAMELOT - Dominion Power Metal | review permalink
PRIMUS - Sailing the Seas of Cheese Funk Metal | review permalink
ELEGY - Lost Progressive Metal | review permalink
STRATOVARIUS - II Power Metal | review permalink
IVORY TOWER - Ivory Tower Power Metal | review permalink
ENCHANT - Wounded Metal Related | review permalink
MAGNUM - Magnum II Hard Rock | review permalink
MEGADETH - So Far, So Good... So What! Thrash Metal | review permalink
MEGADETH - Killing Is My Business... And Business Is Good! Thrash Metal | review permalink
MESHUGGAH - Catch Thirtythree Progressive Metal | review permalink
BLACK SABBATH - Paranoid Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
METALLICA - Until It Sleeps Traditional heavy metal | review permalink
LIQUID TENSION EXPERIMENT - Spontaneous Combustion (as Liquid Trio Experiment) Non-Metal | review permalink

Metal Genre Nb. Rated Avg. rating
1 Progressive Metal 82 3.57
2 Traditional heavy metal 22 3.05
3 Power Metal 15 2.93
4 Thrash Metal 14 3.07
5 Alternative Metal 12 3.83
6 Hard Rock 8 3.13
7 US Power Metal 6 3.17
8 NWoBHM 5 3.00
9 Industrial Metal 5 3.60
10 Non-Metal 5 3.00
11 Gothic Metal 4 2.75
12 Groove Metal 3 2.67
13 Funk Metal 3 2.67
14 Metal Related 3 2.33
15 Symphonic Metal 3 3.67
16 Speed Metal 2 2.00
17 Nu Metal 2 2.50
18 Proto-Metal 1 2.00

Latest Albums Reviews

STATIC-X Machine

Album · 2001 · Industrial Metal
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2001 was the year nu metal fully conquered the world, pushing heavier music to the mainstream and reaching all new heights of popularity. Sadly though, it was a fad that wouldn't last, and any band looking to make an impact had to strike while the iron was hot. For every Disturbed, there was a dozen Spineshank's, for every Korn, there were multiple Adema's. With a cult following building since their 1999 debut, it was now-or-never for Static-X. Go hard or go home.

Which brings us to 'Machine'.

A huge step up from its predecessor, Wayne Static and his ragtag misfits are back with this crushingly brutal yet innocently simplistic assault on the senses. 14 year-old me had never heard anything so aggressive, and to this day, it still amazes me how an album so stripped bare can be so heavy. Sure, it's overproduced to hell and back, with various electronic tracks and effects giving the album such a massive and fat sound, but the compositions themselves are all very laid back, with basic arrangements, no overly complex passages, and barely more than three or four chords in any one song.

It's a classic case of "less is more". And in a case of great timing, the album was released during nu metal's heyday, ensuring it would appeal to a new generation of young metal fans that were introduced to the genre by bands such as Linkin Park and Limp Bizkit.

Overall, 'Machine' is an incredibly polished release, with a great sound and some infectious tracks. In particular, 'Otsego Undead', 'Structural Defect', '...In a Bag', 'Machine', and the two hit singles 'Cold' and 'Black and White', are all standout moments that helped firmly establish Static-X as one of the bands that would outlast the nu metal fad, and more importantly, one of the heaviest bands from my childhood.

MEGADETH Rust in Peace

Album · 1990 · Thrash Metal
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Ushering in what would become Megadeth's "golden era", 1990's 'Rust in Peace' was the album where all the pieces fit together perfectly. Dave Mustaine was sober (again... for now...), a new line-up was in place that was superior to any that had come before (and probably after...), and the music was a perfect bookend to the thrash metal scene that was on its last legs (for the time being...).

1988's 'So Far, So Good... So What!', with only a couple of notable songs and pretty rough production, was a bit of a disappointment, and with mainstream success on the horizon, it was time for the band to get their act together. With another new line-up change (their third over four albums), main man Mustaine and bassist David Ellefson were joined by drummer Nick Menza and guitar virtuoso Marty Friedman. And the difference is noticeable immediately.

'Rust in Peace' sees the band really step up the intensity and precision in their playing, with some of their most technical and relentless compositions. The chemistry between Mustaine and Friedman is incredible, with both men given ample time to shine, though it's Friedman's exotic guitar licks and ripping solos that truly raise the game for Megadeth. A much-improved production means that every note is crisp and clear, and with the 80's thrash boom coming to an end, this would at least ensure the subgenre would go out with a bang!

However, transcending the thrash genre and often cited as one of the best metal albums of all time, period, this is where I feel 'Rust...' tends to become slightly mired by hyperbole. Don't get me wrong, 'Holy Wars... The Punishment Due', 'Hanger 18', 'Tornado of Souls' and 'Rust in Peace... Polaris' are all absolute classics. And that's an understatement. These are truly some of metals finest and most endearing pieces, having stood the test of time and still being as impactful today as they were in 1990. But let's be honest with ourselves here... 'Five Magics'... 'Poison Was the Cure', even 'Dawn Patrol', which serves as a breather from the barrage of headbanging mayhem, are all fairly average tracks, and while they're not awful, they're not all that memorable, either.

This doesn't take much away from 'Rust in Peace', though. It's status as a classic metal album is fully warranted, and while I may not rate it as highly as most others, there's no denying that this is Megadeth's best, most beloved and most innovative work.

MEGADETH So Far, So Good... So What!

Album · 1988 · Thrash Metal
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Young, brash, and pumped full of drugs, 1988's 'So Far, So Good... So What!' saw Megadeth continue along the path they'd started upon with 1986's 'Peace Sells... But Who's Buying?". While it originally seemed like the band had cleaned up their act and become more driven and focused, the reality was that a bigger album budget just meant more money to spend on drugs and alcohol.

Unfortunately, 'So Far, So Good...' doesn't quite live up to the standards set by its predecessor. The production is arguably weaker and the writing has clearly taken a backseat to drug-taking, as, while there's a few hits here that belong on any Megadeth compilation release, the overall quality of the songs is definitely a step down than previously.

As before, the music is fast and intense, accompanying lyrics riddled with hatred and spite. Thrash metal was in full swing in 1988 and this album goes to show why Megadeth were one of the top bands of their time. Dave Mustaine's vocals are seething with bitterness and sincerity, though lack the polish that they had on 'Peace Sells'. But his signature "snarl" is in full effect, and gives the music the rawness it needs.

One notable significance of this release is that we see the first of many (and I mean many) major line-up changes. With guitarist Jeff Young and drummer Chuck Behler replacing Chris Poland and Gar Samuelson respectively. Both would be ejected from the band soon enough, with neither man having any particular impact.

While songs like 'In My Darkest Hour', 'Hook in Mouth', 'Set the World Afire' and a cover of the Sex Pistols classic 'Anarchy in the U.K.' prevent this album from being a complete loss, as a whole it just seems like a pretty passable release, especially when compared to the bulk of the bands later releases.

FOZZY Sin and Bones

Album · 2012 · Traditional heavy metal
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'Sin and Bones', released in 2012, was a huge breakthrough for American metal group Fozzy. While 2010's 'Chasing the Grail' came out to mostly rave reviews from critics, it flopped commercially, likely due to the fact that most people still couldn't take a band fronted by professional wrestler Chris Jericho seriously. However, relentless touring and an energetic live show helped the band endear to new fans, and so with 'Sin and Bones', an album brimming with anthems that were tailor-made for a live setting, did they really start to gain credibility as a legit band.

Either that, or they're like the annoying gnat of the rock world that just won't go away. But all that persistence was starting to pay off.

With a slick production and some of Rich Ward's most accessible guitar riffs (including one of the most killer tones in rock music today!), 'Sin and Bones' sees Fozzy ease up on the full-blown metal elements of their sound, and instead focus on the sleazy rock 'n' roll vibe. It sounds like it shouldn't work, but it totally suits them, especially when compared to the overall image and showmanship of the band.

Vocalist Chris Jericho (THE Chris Jericho... you stupid idiot!), shows that he is more than just a professional wrestler, but indeed a kickass front man! His vocals are incredible, and while he may struggle with them a bit when performing live, he more than makes up for it in energy, enthusiasm and showmanship.

'Spider in My Mouth', 'Blood Happens', 'Inside My Head', 'She's My Addiction' and the hit single 'Sandpaper' are all Fozzy classics that show a band who are constantly evolving and changing, yet never straying too far from the very essence that makes them who they are.

Indeed, Fozzy are huge rock stars!

F5 A Drug for All Seasons

Album · 2005 · Alternative Metal
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F5 were one of many bands that popped up around that transitional period after the nu metal fad had died and everyone was trying to ditch the label and fit in with the "old school" approach that was back in fashion. Or simply put... nu metal bands were now calling themselves "alternative metal".

Still, this is an all-round good effort. They have the contemporary sound nailed perfectly, with enough melody and groove to appeal to fans of modern metal, yet with the guitar chops to please fans of older, riff-based bands. The melodic vocals suit the music perfectly, making for some catchy, inoffensive and totally unashamed metal listening.

While my interest in the band was somewhat piqued by vocalist Dale Steele, whom I was familiar with after his work on Sick Speed's 'The Way I Am' (I won't hold it against you if you've never heard of them), it was mainly bassist David Ellefson, a founding member of Megadeth, who gave this band instant credibility. However, his later return to the band he helped form would pretty much ensure that F5 would forever be nothing more than "that band Ellefson was in while he wasn't a member of Megadeth".

Standout tracks include 'Faded', 'Dissidence', 'Hold Me Down', 'Bleeding', 'Fall to Me', the title track 'A Drug For All Seasons', and an interesting cover of Eddie Brickell & New Bohemians' 'What I Am'. The album itself is fairly short, consisting of twelve tracks with a total duration of 36 minutes, leaving barely any time for any lapses in quality. It rocks from start to finish. Short, simple and effective.

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  • Posted 16 days ago in Powder (nu metal band)
    Underrated band, underrated subgenre. Let's be having them, shall we? (I'm happy to add them and fill in details, so long as it's alright to do so). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgVsk5BP26Ehttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJkHXTHWyyk martindavey872017-11-01 13:58:22
  • Posted 34 days ago in Do i have a problem?
    I rarely buy CD's brand new as it's too costly. I did pick up Fozzy's new album today though, which came out yesterday. I think it may be the only 2017 album I bought this year, and at £10, was the most expensive CD I bought. 
  • Posted 34 days ago in Do i have a problem?
    Bought seven CD's today. Fucks sake. 

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