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CD Reviews
Framing Armageddon: Something Wicked Part 1
Review by Gary Hill
The latest CD from Iced Earth is a stunning concept album. The focus is on an epic metal approach that is emotional, technical and powerful all at once.


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Horror Show
Review by Mike Korn
Heavy metal has always been fascinated with monsters and horror since the days of Black Sabbath. The macabre has always been a good match with a gloomy riff or tortured scream.

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The Crucible Of Man (Something Wicked Part II)
Review by Gary Hill
This disc is part two of the “Something Wicked” series. It’s a good disc that finds the band without Tim “Ripper” Owens.

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Concert Reviews
Iced Earth - Live in Chicago, Illinois, March 2018
Review by Kat Heitzman

This was the last stop of the Incorruptible World Tour, but you couldn’t tell they had just played 31 shows in about five weeks. Iced Earth played with the vigor and energy of a first night show!


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Beyond Fear
Review by Mike Korn
Interview with Tim "Ripper" Owens of Beyond Fear from 2006



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Judas Priest - 98 Live Meltdown
Review by Gary Hill
Containing live versions of Priest songs both classic and some more obscure, this disc is a very good representation of a live Priest show. Some of the cuts seem to suffer a little from the absence of Rob Halford.

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Beyond Fear - Beyond Fear
Review by Mike Korn
Nobody should doubt the heavy metal credentials of Tim "Ripper" Owens after hearing this recording. It's unlikely that 2006 will produce many records that are more pure metal than the debut of Owens' new band.
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Judas Priest - Demolition
Review by Gary Hill
This is the second studio album for Priest with new vocalist "Ripper" Owens. It really makes one wonder why they are still calling the group Judas Priest.
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Judas Priest - Live In Chicago, February, 2002
Review by Mike Korn
Should Judas Priest, quite possibly the purest heavy metal band on the planet, retire gracefully, or should they continue to make headbangers' necks sore into the new millennium?
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Judas Priest - Metalogy Box Set
Review by Gary Hill
Judas Priest fanatics rejoice, the band have released the ultimate collection chronicling their entire career in this box set. The four CD set is a lasting tribute to this incredible band, and quite a well-done package at that.
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Tim Ripper Owens - Play My Game
Review by Gary Hill

I like Tim Owens. The man has an incredible voice. I’m just not completely blown away by the music on this disc.


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Various Artists - Sin-Atra
Review by Gary Hill

Featuring hard rocking adaptations of Frank Sinatra songs, this is kind of a mixed bag.


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Various Artists - The Merciless Book of Metal Lists written by Howie Abrams and Sacha Jenkins
Review by G. W. Hill

I suppose how you feel about this book has a lot to do with how seriously you take it.


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Various Artists - We Wish You a Metal Christmas And a Headbanging New Year (2010 Edition)
Review by Gary Hill
This is a reissue of a CD I’ve already reviewed – with a few extra cuts.
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Various Artists - We Wish You a Metal Xmas...and a Headbanging New Year
Review by Gary Hill

So many times discs like this are really uneven. Well, that’s not the case here.


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