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Sent: 14 September 2012 17:24

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Soon the new Azure Agony album


Azure Agony with their new album "India" give us again an hour of dreamy progressive metal music.
The album will be out on October 26 and offers a surprise to all the Azure Agony fans: the band added the missing piece to its line-up with the singer Federico Ahrens, so Azure Agony added soaring vocal melodies to the wonderful prog metal of the previous album "Beyond Belief", as well as various inserts from special instruments like cello, accordion and chapman stick, for a result that will not disappoint the expectations.

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OsseltioN: album out soon


OsseltioN and SG Records are glad to announce the next release of the band's debut album. "Last Words" will be out on next October 12.

OsseltioN plays, by they own definition "Extreme Deformed Metal", a mixture of Death, Thrash, Techno Death and Electro. 


Reviews and interviews

Voices From Room Zero

My Darkest Side - Voices From Room Zero
Eraskor (85/100)
Lords Of Metal (81/100)
True Metal (75/100)

Yesterday... Now...
Tomorrow... Ever

With All The Rage - Yesterday... Now... Tomorrow... Ever
Italia Di Metallo (9/10)
Metal Wave (72/100)
Hard Sounds (7/10)

Addicted To Decadence

Naughty Whisper - Addicted To Decadence
Metal Wave (82/100)
Lords Of Metal (80/100)
Italia Di Metallo (7.5/10)
Pavillon 666 (7/10) 

Beyond The Nightfall

Metaphysics - Beyond The Nightfall
Italia Di Metallo (7.5/10)
The Pit (7.5/10)
Raw & Wild (7/10)
Lords Of Metal (66/100)

One More Breath

Subliminal Fear - One More Breath
iThink Magazine
Italia Di Metallo (7/10)
The Rocktologist (14/20)
Lords Of Metal (65/100)


Night Club

Ibridoma - Night Club
Hard Sounds (75/100) interview
Entrate Parallele (7+)
Horns Up (6.5/10)
KD Cobian

Digging Past Sounds

Antagonism - Digging Past Sounds
Hard Sounds (75/100)
True Metal interview

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