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Weak Recap: Hello, we’re metal!

We’re one of the last of a dying breed. We’re the Albert Einstein of brutality, the William Shakespear of violence, the Arnold Schwarzenegger of funny, the Michael Jackson of metal. All these comparisons are way off though… because we’re better than those guys and we’re certainly better than anyone else out there, including you!

We’re so good, we’re interviewing each other. Who needs interviews with musicians, who have been interviewed already thousands of times? No one!

So, you want to know what happened this past week in metal? Make the jump, we’ll teach you a lesson.


Spotlight: Titans Eve, Yggdrasil, Wormrot

You don’t want to be in the spotlight when these guys above are after you but other people deserve to be in the spotlight and that’s why we’re reviewing albums by artists who contacted us via our ‘Your Band’ form. Are you in a band? Do you want to be featured on our site? Click the link and contact us.

Not all artists, featured in the spotlight category, contacted us themselves. Some albums were sent to us via their label or PR agents but that doesn’t lessen your chance. We don’t care who writes to us, we will listen to everything with an open ear. Sometimes even with two.

This week, one album was listenable, one album blew me away and one album surprised me. Make the jump to find out which of these statements fit which band.


Who wants free grind?

I may not be a huge fan of Wormrot or Grindcore in general but who could resist downloading an album for free and, on top of that, legally?

Apparently over the past weekend, Wormrot’s new album ‘Dirge,’ which is going to be released on May 3rd, leaked and naturally people started downloading it. Illegally. So Wormrot’s label Earache Records did the only right thing: they joined the people who are giving away the album for free and this time it’s legal. You can get the album here.

I’d download it myself but I already got it as a promo so I couldn’t care less (Yes, that’s the right way of saying it!).


Spotlight: Cauldron, Rival Sons, New Noise Attack

I know I plug it every week but for those of you who are knew to the site, we have a form for bands who would like to get their work reviewed here. Email us there, be patient and you might see your band on the next edition of Spotlight.

This week, just like last week, we’re going for already signed bands who either submitted the albums themselves or through their labels. Also, I’ll be reviewing Earache Records’ new sampler ‘New Noise Attack MMXI,’ that features some of their best bands. Check out this week’s Spotlight reviews after the jump.

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