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Kataklysm - Shadows And Dust
Review by Mike Korn
Sometimes it takes a while to get it right. Montreal's Kataklysm has been prowling around the death metal underground for more than ten years and with their latest effort "Shadows and Dust", all the pieces seem to have fallen in place.
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King Diamond - Abigail
Review by Gary Hill
No one writes scary concept albums like King Diamond - no one. This disc is one of the spookiest lyrical excursions you will ever encounter.
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King Diamond - Them
Review by Gary Hill
King Diamond has a way of making albums that are really great horror stories set to song. Them is one of the best of those.
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Kittie - Oracle
Review by Mike Korn
The lethal young ladies of Kittie show that they are going to be around for a while with their second album "Oracle". When their debut "Spit" came out, they were looked on by many as a novelty act, like a metal version of The Runaways.
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Kittie - Until The End
Review by Gary Hill
I have to admit I've never really listened to Kittie before. I saw them once at Ozzfest, and based on that performance I had decided that they were not all that much.
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Korn - Issues
Review by Gary Hill
Korn is certainly a band that has not been lacking in the media coverage department. Many times this causes the more serious listener to overlook them.
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Kreator - Violent Revolution
Review by Mike Korn
There's little doubt that the 1980's were the Golden Age of Heavy Metal. Since that era, many newer bands having been trying to reach the standard of excellence the forefathers of the 80's did.
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Krokus - Stampede LP
Review by Gary Hill
This double disc set (on colored vinyl) is a reissue of the Stampede album by Krokus. 

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Kyrbgrinder - Chronicles of a Dark Machine
Review by G. W. Hill

This is a power trio from the UK.


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