Cannibal Corpse, ‘Red Before Black’ – Album Review

When Cannibal Corpse emerged in the late '80s, their music was some of the most extreme and brutal many people had ever heard, and they were pioneers in the death metal genre. Their graphic album covers and gory lyrics

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Butcher Babies, ‘Lilith’ – Album Review

L.A.'s Butcher Babies have always stood out from the crowd. While many bands have dual vocalists, it's usually metalcore groups with a singer and a screamer or symphonic or gothic metal bands featuring “beauty and the

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Fozzy – ‘Judas’ – Album Review

When Fozzy started nearly 20 years ago they played mostly cover songs and were seen by some as a vanity project for frontman Chris Jericho. As the years went on, they got rid of Jericho's Moongoose McQueen persona and

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Robert Plant, ‘Carry Fire’: Album Review

Nonesuch / Warner Bros. Ever since Robert Plant‘s creative renaissance paid off a decade ago with the Grammy-winning Raising Sand, rock’s original Golden God has restlessly continued on his path of musical

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Otherwise, ‘Sleeping Lions’ – Album Review

Century Media Records Las Vegas rockers Otherwise burst upon the scene with 2012’s True Love Never Dies, which spawned radio hits like “Soldiers.” 2014’s Peace at all Costs continued their momentum with

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Foo Fighters, ‘Concrete and Gold’ – Album Review

RCA/Roswell Records During the chorus to “Happy Ever After (Zero Hour),” Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl sings, “There ain’t no superheroes now.” In the grand scheme of things, he might be right; but when it

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