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Primal Fear - Metal Is Forever: The Very Best of Primal FearThat comparative rarity, a contemporary metal band whose influences all predate the Metallica/Pantera axis, Primal Fear play defiantly old-school 1980s power metal with echoes of Judas Priest, the Scorpions and Dio, among others.£9.13From GermanyFree P&P
Psycroptic - Ob(servant)If one wants to complain that Psycroptic's work is excessively violent, excessively harsh or excessively brutal, he/she is certainly entitled to that opinion; extreme metal isn't everyone's cup of tea, and if it did become ultra-mainstream, a lot of extreme metal musicians would be very unhappy because they thrive on their cult appeal and their way-outside-the-mainstream status.£9.83From GermanyFree P&P
Artillery - Through the Years AUTOGRAPHED limited edition boxset thrash metalExtremely rare Artillery boxset containing their first four albums. Number 1206. Signed by the current lineup of the band at the Onslaught/Artillery concert in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England on July 16th, 2014. Some dings to the outer sleeve, inner sleeve, booklet pages and CDs are all in near mint condition. Please see pictures for conditions of the signatures. Thanks for looking!£100.00Available for Best Offeror Best Offer£3.50 postage
Samael - Solar SoulWith their seventh long-player, 2007's Solar Soul, the Swiss quartet appeared to be striving to achieve some kind of historical balance between all of these disparate styles. In short, there's no simple solution for Samael's ongoing dilemma because the greater part of their fan base will never fully embrace the group's distancing from core black metal values.£9.98From GermanyFree P&P
Augury - Fragmentary EvidenceDevoted death metal fans have long known Quebec as a bubbling cauldron of awesome progressive death metal bands. Well, add Augury to that impressive roster. These guys (formerly guys and girl, though vocalist Arianne Fleury departed between 2004's Concealed and this release) make up one of the most astonishing prog-death bands on the planet, and Fragmentary Evidence is one of the best metal albums of 2009.
Candlemass - CandlemassHaving clarified this, possibly the most surprising thing about this long-awaited comeback is that despite its eponymous simplicity and white-cover starkness, Candlemass aspires to far more than the mere rekindling of a very successful formula; it represents the work of a band intent on moving inexorably forward.£10.89From GermanyFree P&P
Voivod - Katorz2005 was a rough year for one of metal's most respected bands, Voivod, as their co-founding member, Piggy, passed away at the age of 45. But before his death, the guitarist laid down a multitude of completed parts for songs the group was in the midst of working on.£9.05From GermanyFree P&P
Benediction - Grind BastardBenediction - Grind Bastard 7:22. The aptly-titled Grind Bastard is arguably Benediction's most relentless and grueling record since their debut Subconcious Terror. The beneficiary of sharply improved production, this fifth full-length is a pressure-cooker of anger and aggression, topped off by menacing covers of Judas Priest's "Electric Eye" and Twisted Sister's "Destroyer.".
Pungent Stench - AmpeautyAnd humor, as it were, may well be Ampeauty's strongest suit throughout, as the band proceeds to drown such doomy death metal workouts as "Lynndie (She-Wolf of Abu Ghraib)," "Same Shit -- Different Asshole" and the hysterical "Got M.I.L.F." Far from an easy gimmick, however, those lyrics merely enrich an already plentiful collection of diverse arrangements and strong riffs.£10.36From GermanyFree P&P2 watching2 watching
Mnemic - Mechanical Spin PhenomenaMnemic - Mechanical Spin Phenomenon 4:58. Mnemic - Liquid 4:42. Mnemic - Blood Stained 6:20. Mnemic - Ghost 5:35. Mnemic - DB'XX'D 7:59. Mnemic - Tattoos 6:36. Mnemic - Naked and the Dead 5:31. Mnemic - Closed Eyes 4:48.
Voivod - InfiniPossibly more so than any other prior Voivod release, 2009's Infini is all about their late guitarist (and co-founding member), Piggy. And musically, Infini really is a tribute of sorts to Voivod's fallen guitarist, as his playing propels many of the songs throughout the album.
Godgory - ResurrectionGodgory's first American release and third overall, Resurrection has a good grasp of the so-called "symphonic" death metal style, alternating fiercely intense metal riffs with atmospheric goth-style passages and spooky horror film backdrops.£10.11From GermanyFree P&P
Arsis - We Are the NightmareAnd Arsis, for all their thrashy, bombastic intensity, are relatively melodic -- not ultra-melodic, but relatively melodic. That brings us to the blackened part, which has a lot to do with lead singer James Malone's extreme vocals.£10.36From GermanyFree P&P
Benediction - Killing MusicFew English bands have a better claim on the title KILLING MUSIC. Benediction was at ground zero of death metal’s ascension, even counting Napalm Death’s Mark “Barney” Greenway as a member at one time, and the band’s long discography is a virtual tour of the genre’s hallmarks.
Sinister - AfterburnerThe Beatles never reunited; nor did LaBelle (Patti LaBelle's vocal trio with Nona Hendryx and Sarah Dash). But on the other hand, Blondie reunited 16 years after their breakup. So if the hardcore fans of a disbanded group are hoping for a reunion, they might get their wish or they might not.£9.06From GermanyFree P&P
Mnemic - Audio Injected SoulFear Factory is inevitably the band that comes to mind about 30 seconds into Mnemic's second album, 2004's The Audio Injected Soul. Pummeling death metal riffs, start-stop arrangements, double kick-drums, and both hardcore barks and clean vocal harmonies are all spun together through a dizzying maelstrom of technology, and, really, all the listener can do is hang on for dear life.£12.58From GermanyFree P&P