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2005. Words That Go Unspoken, Deeds That Go Undone

 is the fourth album by band Akercocke. This album is the first Akercocke release not to feature the original line-up of the band, with Matt Wilcock (ex-The Berzerker) instead of Paul Scanlan on guitar; though the majority of the material was co-written with Paul Scanlan before he was fired.

 is a master achievement that shows just what extreme metal is capable of when lyrical and conceptual intellectualism meet technical musical prowess. 

recommended to fans of blackened death, progressive, or any types of metal. The clean vocals are excellently done and the growls are done even better (Its hard to believe it’s the same person). The keyboard or synth sounds fit perfectly and don’t make the album sound artificial at absolutely any moments.The drumming is pretty complex and the guitar keeps churning out riff after skull crushing riff.

David Gray     Peter Theobalds     Jason Mendonça    Matt Wilcock

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metalkilltheking:

2005. ReliXIV 

is the thirteenth album by band Overkill, The reason the Roman numeral 14 is included in the title is because the band includes the Overkill EP in their lineup of studio albums, which would make this album the 14th by their chronology. It can also be because Overkill released the covers album Coverkill, which would have been their eleventh studio album. While this diction left it unclear how the title was to be pronounced, Blitz just mentioned it as “Relics” when announcing songs from the album on stage.

this is a good album, but I wouldn’t recommend it to a begginnning Overkill listener. If you like Overkill, deffinetly try it out.

Bobby Ellsworth “Blitz”   Dave Linsk   Derek Tailer   D.D. Verni    Tim Mallare 

metalkilltheking:

2005. Angel of Retribution

 is the fifteenth album by  band Judas Priest, It is the band’s first album since 1990’s Painkiller to feature the return of Rob Halford. The album debuted at #13 on the U.S. Billboard chart, which made it the second highest chart of a Judas Priest album (only before Nostradamus).   The album was produced by Roy Z, who co-wrote the song “Deal with the Devil”.

Within the album, nods to the sound of past albums and songs are found, as well as lyrics that apparently reference earlier songs. The song “Demonizer” references both “The Hellion” from Screaming for Vengeance as well as “Painkiller” from the eponymous album. “Hellrider” mentions the title track of Ram It Down, and “Tyrant” from Sad Wings of Destiny. “Eulogy” references “Stained Class” and “The Sentinel” from the albums Stained Class and Defenders of the Faith, respectively. Finally, “Worth Fighting For” acts as a sequel/prequel to “Desert Plains” from Point of Entry.

 Glenn and K.K are excelent, as usual. Very solid riffing and many good solos. This is what the duo of Tipton and Downing are famous for, and they don’t let their fans down. Scott Travis shows of some impressiv drumming skills, and Rob never seems to loose that high pitched voice of his. The production is amazing and there are no really weak tracks, so every song is solid in its own way and deserves a listen.

great masterpiece!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rob Halford    Glenn Tipton   K. K. Downing   Ian Hill    Scott Travis 

Judas Priest  - Hellrider
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Judas Priest 08 Hellrider

2005. Angel of Retribution

great song!!!

Judas Priest  - Revolution
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Judas Priest 03 Revolution

2005. Angel of Retribution

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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