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Martina Edoff - Unity
Review by G. W. Hill

Although I’d consider this a metal release, it’s more inline with the mainstream, pop oriented end of that spectrum.


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Electric Wizard - Dopethrone
Review by Mike Korn
There are certain records that stand out as archetypes in their genre. Bruce Springsteen's "Born to Run" epitomizes American rock and roll.
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Electric Wizard - Let Us Prey
Review by Mike Korn
I don't really know what to make of these doleful Englishmen, but I do know that they have created some of the most depressing, suffocating shrouds of sonic gloom that have ever been spewed forth from the hands of man. "Doom metal" is a fairly close approximation, but "psychedelic torture" or "drug drone" would be equally appropriate.
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Electric Wizard - Time to Die
Review by Gary Hill
I am a big fan of Electric Wizard. You pretty much know what you are going to get with this band, but each album is a little different.

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Engine - Engine
Review by Vivian Lee
Fates Warning vocalist Ray Alder decided to use the interim between albums to cut his first solo release entitled Engine. Alder had to look no further than Fates Warning's most recent touring lineup.
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Engorged - Engorged
Review by Mike Korn
I haven't had this much fun since I put those kittens in a blender a few years back! I'd never heard of Engorged before this CD, but this bunch of West Coast sickos have put the "fun" back in death metal in a big way.
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Entombed - Uprising
Review by Mike Korn
Over 10 years ago, Sweden's Entombed blasted onto the underground metal scene with "Left Hand Path", an album which is still the heaviest death metal album ever released. The disc unleashed the floodgates of Swedish death metal, a subgenre unto itself.
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Europe - Live at Sweden Rock
Review by Gary Hill
I reviewed the DVD of this in the last issue of Music Street Journal.

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Evergrey - In Search of Truth
Review by Gary Hill
The truth is out there. Everygrey's new album does have strong X Files leanings.
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Every Time I Die - Hot Damn!
Review by Josh Turner
By my own definition, music must contain melody and rhythm. The pace flutters while different elements work in tandem.
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Evil United - Honored by Fire
Review by Gary Hill
Based in Texas, these guys create some seriously extreme metal. This really rocks.

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Ewigkeit - Radio Ixtlan
Review by Mike Korn
Here's a fascinating excursion into both the inner and outer limits of music. The inner limits, because Ewigkeit is completely the creation of one man, James Fogerty, known as "Mr. Fog".
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Exodus - Tempo of the Damned
Review by Mike Korn
Ancient forces of evil are stirring in the deep places of the Earth. The long slumber of the elder giants is over and now they rise once again, preparing to crush all in their path.
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