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  • JORN - Heavy Rock Radio (Review)

    Jorn Heavy Rock Radio Frontiers Records http://www.frontiers.it Release date: June 3, 2016 Jorn Lande has one of the strongest voices in metal. Since the 1990s he has been an active part of the global scene, fronting melodic power metal icons...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/321-jorn-heavy-rock-radio-review
  • CANDIRIA - While They Were Sleeping (Review)

    name may be synonymous with bands like Sick of It all, Madball, and Merauder but they have always been a leader in pushing heavy music forward. Their combination of heavy elements with Hip Hop, Jazz, and Progressive has always stood out as one of the...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/367-candiria-while-they-were-sleeping-review
  • ANTHRAX - For All Kings (Review)

    Megaforce Records http://www.anthrax.com Release date: February 26, 2016 Anthrax has been a consistent force in the world of heavy music for over three decades. Their debut, Fistful of Metal , was unleashed in 1984, and the band has provided much of the...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/252-anthrax-for-all-kings-review
  • He is Legend - Few

    Legend Few Spinefarm Records Release Date: 4/28/17 www.SpinefarmRecords.com He is Legend is back with the followup to 2014’s Heavy Fruit . This time around, the boys have joined forces with Spinefarm Records and taken their trademark sound up a notch....

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/424-he-is-legend-few
  • TED KIRKPATRICK (Interview)

    end of their 2016 tour it’s hard to not look back and reminisce upon the enduring impact the band has had on the world of heavy music. Ted Kirkpatrick, known as the drummer and mastermind behind Tourniquet, did more than think about it. He has recently...

    http://1340mag.com/features/253-ted-kirkpatrick-interview
  • TED KIRKPATRICK - The Doom In Us All: A Tribute to Black Sabbath (Review)

    The chugging, distorted guitar riffs and dark lyrics that are the formula for a Black Sabbath song set the tone for all heavy metal to come. It’s hard to find a corner of the rock world that hasn’t been touched by the work of these forefathers of all...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/243-ted-kirkpatrick-the-doom-in-us-all-a-tribute-to-black-sabbath-review
  • KILLING JOKE - Pylon (Review)

    Date: October 23, 2015 Killing Joke are the godfathers of industrial music, and a huge influence on nearly all genres of heavy music. The dense aggression of their sound has inspired bands like Prong, Marilyn Manson, Nirvana, Ministry, Nine Inch Nails...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/91-killing-joke-pylon-review
  • GENTLEMANS PISTOLS - Hustler's Row (Review)

    Hustler’s Row Nuclear Blast Records http://gentlemanspistols.co.uk/ Release date: October 16, 2015 The last few years the heavy music landscape has been littered with the bodies of bands who have tried to revive the classic sounds of 70s rock. Some have...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/48-gentlemans-pistols-hustler-s-row-review
  • Prong- Zero Days

    While Prong’s entire catalog is classic, these guys have been on fire since Ruining Lives . If you love modern heavy music than Prong is the mother flippin’ blueprint. While I have loved the last couple of albums this is, quite honestly, Prong’s...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/440-prong-zero-days
  • Jeff1340's Album of the Year List

    masterpiece. I was wrong. FOR ALL KINGS is in my opinion definitely one of my top three Anthrax albums of all time. It’s heavy, It’s melodic and it’s good ole thrash metal at its best. 4. Testament - Brotherhood of the Snake - Nuclear Blast This album...

    http://1340mag.com/2-uncategorised/385-jeff1340-album-of-the-year-list
  • CELLDWELLER - End of an Empire (Review)

    After some introductory narration to set the stage, Klayton rips right into the electronic bounce of “New Elysium” and the heavy and melodic title track. The latter is certainly a highlight among highlights on the album as he navigates through a maze of...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/223-celldweller-end-of-an-empire-review
  • JANE GETTER PREMONITION - On (Review)

    Musically this falls somewhere between Prog Rock and Jazz. It’s very musical, seemingly freeform, but isn’t afraid to get heavy here and there, not entirely unlike a band like King Crimson or the lesser known Gentle Giant. Both come to mind fairly often...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/208-jane-getter-premonition-on-review
  • THE MALEDICT - Dread (Review)

    Dread Independent https://themaledict.bandcamp.com/ Release Date: December 15th, 2015 During my figurative travels as a heavy metal reviewer I am subjected…er… treated… to a number of different sounds. There’s the upbeat energy of power metal, the...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/201-the-maledict-dread-review
  • ADRENECHROME - Tales From Adrenechrome (Review)

    Adrenechrome alternately throws out bits of thrash, punk, and classic rock, with a ton of guts, swagger, and just plain heavy guitars. The result is seven spectacular songs that sucker punch you if you’re not prepared for what’s about to go down when...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/200-adrenechrome-tales-from-adrenechrome-review
  • HUNTRESS - Static (Review)

    Release Date: September 25, 2015 Huntress may seem like an overnight sensation, but anyone who has seen a heavy metal show in the last few years knows that they are the epitome of the term “Road Warriors.” They are everywhere: playing big stages, small...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/104-huntress-static-review
  • MODERN DAY OUTLAW - Day of Reckoning (Music Review)

    stuff, and is exploding out of Florida with their second release, Day of Reckoning . Don’t expect the expected. A love of heavy music is weaved into the obvious southern rock influences, bringing to mind prominent metal masters such as Pantera,...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/433-modern-day-outlaw-day-of-reckoning-music-review
  • JUDAS PRIEST - Turbo 30 (Review)

    Turbo 30 Columbia/Legacy Records http://smarturl.it/Turbo30RT?iqid=vevo Released Feb 3, 2017 When it comes to definitive heavy metal bands of all time there is no question that Judas Priest is certainly one of the greatest. Formed in 1969 these metal...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/436-judas-priest-turbo-30-review
  • THE BLACK CAPES - All These Monsters (Music Review)

    Alex S Wamp, appropriately found a home at Dark Tunes Music Group for their modern take on classic gothic metal. Drawing heavy influence from genre heavies like Type O Negative, fans of The 69 Eyes and Sisters Of Mercy will find these songs right up...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/434-the-black-capes-all-these-monsters-music-review
  • CYCLOCOSMIA - Immured (Review)

    years the varied subgenres of metal have come together, breaking scene taboos to create music that is as expressive as it is heavy. Cyclocosmia is a prime example of the power of crossing genre lines to create something outstanding. Immured , the duo’s...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/405-cyclocosmia-immured-review
  • SISTER - Stand Up, Forward, March! (Review)

    Forward, March! , makes it clear that Sister is an evolving force, coming out both heavier, and catchier than ever. Sister’s heavy as hell take on glam fits beside bands like their countrymen Crashdiet, but adds a level of aggression more akin to...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/402-sister-stand-up-forward-march-review

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