Category: FEEDING FRENZY – REVIEWS

Flotsam & Jetsam – Blood In The Water (album)

Flotsam & Jetsam - Blood In The Water

Flotsam & Jetsam – Blood In The Water (album) Release date: 04th June 2021||Genre: Thrash metal||Label: AFM Ok, hands up. I am a massive Flotsam & Jetsam fan, so there was almost no chance I wasn’t going to love this. They are one of my all time top bands. I…

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Against Evil – End Of The Line (album)

Against Evil - End Of The Line

Against Evil – End Of The Line (album) Release date: 14th May 2021||Genre: Old school/thrash||Label: Doc Gator Records (Europe)/Self released (ROW) Against Evil deliver 100% old school, 80s metal, warts, hair and all. While it’s something we’ve certainly heard before, there’s just a feel to this sound which always grabs…

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Feeding Frenzy 01||04||21

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Feeding Frenzy 01||04||21 Welcome to Slow Dragon Music‘s review Feeding Frenzy, where we scoop up all the runaways who thought they’d made it under our watchful eye. ***we like to arrange our meals in alphabetical order***  Depths Of Hatred – Inheritance (album)   Mixing chuggy -core rhythms with creeping melodies,…

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Mara – Djävulstoner (album)

Mara - Djävulstoner

Mara – Djävulstoner (album) Release date: 23rd April 2021||Genre: Gothic black metal||Label: Wormholedeath This Mara, from Gothenburg (not to be confused with others of the same name, for example those from Gävleborgs län or Gävle), have conjured up their own strange brew. A sombre heath of blackened, gothic metal provides…

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Solar Sons – Chameleon (album)

Solar Sons – Chameleon (album) Release date: 16th April 2021||Genre: Prog/Classic metal||Label: Self released When it comes to Scottish metal, there are very few bands who nail genuine prog, and possibly none who do so as fluently as Solar Sons. They are rather prolific as well, with Chameleon being their…

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Wratheon – Black Thrash Mass (EP)

Wratheon - Black Thrash Mass

Wratheon – Black Thrash Mass (EP) Release date: 26th March 2021||Genre: Black/thrash metal||Label: Self released An amalgam of black metal and thrash, Black Thrash Mass does exactly what it sounds like it should. Shooting straight down the middle, between the two genres, it temporarily stumbles into melo-death territory every now…

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Monarch – Future Shock (album)

Monarch - Future Shock

Monarch – Future Shock (album) Release date: 16th April 2021||Genre: Thrash/metal||Label: Self released The first notes into Monarch’s upcoming album, Future Shock, really smack a sort of Bill & Ted soundtrack feel into your face. That’s not a dis. Both those OSTs have received many spins over the years. However,…

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Terrorential – Visions (album)

Terrorential - Visions

Terrorential – Visions (album) Release date: 15th March 2021||Genre: Thrash/death||Label: Self released Immediately, and undeniably, Iron Maiden worship is hot on display from the very start of this album. Twiddling and galloping its way through the first track, it is entirely impossible to ignore. It never truly leaves, either, but,…

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Feed Them Death – Negative (album)

Feed Them Death - Negative

Feed Them Death – Negative (album) Release date: 07th May 2021||Genre: Avant garde extreme metal||Label: Brucia Records Aside from its incredibly strange jazz moments, much of Negative is a full assault of fairly dyed-in-the-wool, tremolo death metal. This is an odd combination, but they are described as “avant garde”, so…

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1782 – From The Graveyard (album)

1782 - From The Graveyard

1782 – From The Graveyard (album) Release date: 26th March 2021||Genre: Occult doom||Label: Heavy Psych Sounds The cover art of 1782‘s second album kinda gives the game away. From the first track proper – The Chosen One – a wall of darkly psychedelic fuzz hits the listener, dropping them feet…

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