Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Heavy Metal Tuesday - April 19, 2011

A couple of interesting releases top the list of new albums hitting the streets this week. Enjoy.

The Best of Week 16, 2011:

Cruachan: Blood on the Black Robe
(Candlelight)
Irish folk/black metallers Cruachan return with Blood on the Black Robe, their sixth studio album. This one marks a return to the more aggressive, raw black metal that defined the band's earliest work, though folk melodies and traditional instrumentation abound. Read the Harvest Moon Music review.

Taletellers: Radicalizer
(Metalville)
Straight-up heavy rock is what Germany's Taletellers is all about. Their third release, Radicalizer is a solid album that will appeal to fans of Dio, Accept, Judas Priest, and the like. Not groundbreaking, but immensely enjoyable.






And now the rest:
Blut Aus Nord: 777 Sect(s) [ black metal ]
Cynthesis: DeEvolution [ prog metal ]
Duff McKagan's Loaded: Taking [ hard rock ]
Graveyard: Hisingen Blues [ stoner rock ]
Haeresiarchs of Dis: In Obsecration of the Seven Darks [ black metal ]
The New Black: II: Better In Black [ hard rock ]
Sylosis: Edge Of The Earth [ technical death metal ]
Symfonia: In Paradisum [ power metal ]
Winds Of Plague: Against The World [ deathcore ]

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