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Unearth - The Oncoming Storm
Review by Arnold Hablewitz
In sharp contrast to the dying nu-metal genre, the metalcore scene tends to have an approach that focuses less on radio-happy hitmakers and more on unrelentingly heavy, death metal-influenced, and in some cases, superbly-gifted musicianship.
Union - The Blue Room
Review by Brian Angotti
The Blue Room, the follow up album from Union, is an exceptional piece of work. This album shows the growth and maturity in the band, both musically and lyrically.
Ureas - The Black Heart Album
Review by Gary Hill
This album is not for everyone. That’s for sure.

Usurper - Twilight Dominion
Review by Mike Korn
No one can deny there's a certain amount of cheesiness in heavy metal. That's part of its charm.

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