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Take Over and Destroy - Endless Night
Review by Mike Heitzman
Take Over and Destroy (TOAD) hails from Tempe, Arizona and has put together this really classic sounding release that has essences of both old school metal blended with newer European black metal.

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Tang - Blood & Sand
Review by G. W. Hill

I like this disc quite a bit.


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Terror - One With The Underdogs
Review by Patrick Hennen
If I had to describe this disc in one word, I'd say… "Can't" In order for me to describe this I would say…. "Extremely energetic, explosive, violent, aggressive, and at times, just plain mean!"
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Theocracy - As the World Bleeds
Review by Gary Hill
These guys are a metal band from Georgia who sound more like a European epic metal band.

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Thine Eyes Bleed - In The Wake Of Separation
Review by Patrick Hennen
Well, well, well, if you were looking for metal to keep your neighbors awake, make your parents flip out, and give you permanent neck damage: this would be the disc to do it.
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Thor - Only the Strong: Deluxe Edition
Review by Gary Hill
I suppose the easiest comparison here would be to say that Thor is like Manowar.

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Thor - Unchained
Review by G. W. Hill

This vintage Thor album is getting the reissue treatment here.


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Thor - Metal Avenger
Review by G. W. Hill

The latest disc from Thor features a lot of exceptional guests.


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Throwdown - Vendetta
Review by Mike Korn

Throwdown play forceful, angry music that is quite basic on the surface, but which makes tremendous impact due to the conviction behind it. These guys realize that it is heart and conviction that make a hardcore band truly outstanding.


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Glenn Tipton - Baptizm of Fire
Review by Gary Hill
This first solo album by Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton is a fine piece of work. It takes the Priest sounds one expects to find here and updates them, bringing new angles and directions to them.

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Tokyo Blade - Knights of the Blade
Review by Gary Hill
This new four CD box set is a great way for people to get a quick education on the music of Tokyo Blade.

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Tool - Lateralus
Review by Gary Hill
Tool quite probably get lumped by many in the Nu-metal category. That fits to a degree, but as this album shows, the group are not good at being tied down to one musical label.

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Trail of Murder - Shades of Art
Review by Gary Hill
This is a pretty awesome metal album.

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Joe Lynn Turner - The Sessions
Review by G. W. Hill
This is essentially a compilation disc of cover tunes from Joe Lynn Turner.

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Twelfth Gate - Summoning
Review by Mike Korn
We are not very far into 2003 but we already have a candidate for album of the year. Twelfth Gate and their debut "Summoning" have burst out of nowhere (Chicago, actually) with a furious rush.

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Twisted Sister - Live at Wacken The Reunion
Review by Greg Olma
This CD/DVD set is real value for your money. The DVD is 105 minutes and contains their Wacken performance in 2003 along with a whole host of TV spots and behind the scenes footage.
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