- 1VoivodThe Wake'The Wake' is an absolute beast of an album. If I had to quickly sum it up, I would say that it sounds like a mix between 'Target Earth' and 'Nothingface', with a few surprises thrown in.2RevocationThe Outer OnesThe Outer Ones is the seventh studio album by American technical death metal band Revocation, released on September 28, 2018 via Metal Blade3Dead Letter CircusS/TThis EP is the first release by Australian alternative rock band Dead Letter Circus4Slash w/Myles KennedyLiving the DreamSLASH FT. MYLES KENNEDY & THE CONSPIRATORS will release their new album titled LIVING THE DREAM on September 21 via SLASH’s own label Snakepit Records, in partnership with Roadrunner Records.5VodunAscendAmidst the rushing screams of Mother Earth; the pounding drums of Ouidah; the markets of Lo?mé and the open heart of Erzulie, there exists VODUN6Black Book LodgeSteeple And SpireDrawing comparisons to both Mastodon and Muse…7IskaldInnhøstingaAvailable August 31st in Europe and September 7th in North America via Indie Recordings.8Dee SniderFor The Love of MetalThere's no latter day Twisted Sister slapstick humor or poppy entertainment pandering in 'Metal'. It's hefty, confrontational, and a return to his earlier 80s street sound.9Shotgun RodeoBy Hook or By CrookYeah!! Awesome band!10CirclesThe Last OneAvailable August 31st via Season of Mist in Europe and North America and Wildthing Records in Australia.HONORABLE MENTION!
- 11RiversideWasteland“Wasteland” will be released via their longtime label partner InsideOutMusic on September 28th, 201812Death SSRock N Roll ArmageddonThe mid-paced metal incorporates horror themes with a plethora of backing keyboards and tight production.13Steve 'n' SeagullsGrainsvilleSteve 'n' Seagulls is a Finnish band playing bluegrass versions of classic rock tracks14Nihil EyesBlack PathIt is very clear that this band grew up on UK death acts like Bolt Thrower and old Paradise Lost and also were big fans of Carcass and Napalm Death
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