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Zeistencroix - Gemini
Review by Gary Hill
If you just listen to the opener and stop there, you might not think these guys are metal. That song lands more in the electronic techno end of the spectrum.

Zero Hour - The Towers of Avarice
Review by Arnold Hablewitz
This band is a rare breed. Many progressive metal bands tread water closer to the progressive side of things and therefore tend to forget about the heaviness that is supposed to be present in their respective genre.
Rob Zombie - Past, Present and Future
Review by Patrick Hennen
All right now all you spoooooooky kiddies. Sit down now around the campfire and sharpen your implements of destruction while I tell you all about this fine work from everyone's favorite musician turned director, turned cartoonist, turned director again and uh….
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