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Overkill
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CD Reviews
Immortalis
Review by Mike Korn
Overkill is the most consistent band in American heavy metal...by far. That goes without saying anymore, as the band has found the secret to releasing incredibly heavy and entertaining albums on a near clockwork basis.
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Ironbound
Review by Mike Korn
Overkill sure doesn't have anything left to prove to the metal world.

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Killbox 13
Review by Mike Korn
Whenever Overkill releases a new album, the public is bombarded by a series of clichés such as "Overkill avoids all trends with their tried and true metal", "Overkill is the Motorhead of American bands" and "Overkill follows their own path".

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The Wings of War
Review by Mike Korn

Here is the 19th album from Overkill, the closest thing heavy metal has to an atomic clock.


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White Devil Armory
Review by Mike Korn
To say that Overkill is on a roll would not be giving them the credit they are due.

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Concert Reviews
Overkill - Live in Chicago, April 2012
Review by Mike Heitzman

It’s never a disappointment when the Jersey White boys come to town.


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Interviews
Overkill
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with Blitz Ellsworth of Overkill From 2005
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Overkill
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with Overkill's Blitz Ellsworth From 2003
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Overkill
Interview by Mike Korn

Interview with Bobby Blitz of Overkill from 2017


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If you think Doro’s 20 year DVD was great, then her 25 Years in Rock  DVD must be recognized as phenomenal.


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Various Artists - Live at Wacken 2012 DVD
Review by G. W. Hill

Whenever I see one of these sets – they have the Wacken Festival every year and always release it for video later – I am amazed at the range of sounds presented.


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Various Artists - Twisted Forever...A Tribute to Twisted Sister
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Twisted Sister was one of my favorite "hair" bands from the 80's. Despite the fact that I loathed most of the glammy commercial metal at that time, there was something fun about these goofy looking New Yorkers that appealed to me.
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