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Just a blog to post my reviews, and random blogs

  1. Metal World Order: Razor - Evil Invaders Review

    Metal World Order: Razor - Evil Invaders Review:


    Happy Friday, and today I want to review the album "Evil Invaders" by the classic, Canadian Thrash Metal band Razor. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching!
  2. Metal World Order: AC/DC - Fly On the Wall Review

    Metal World Order: AC/DC - Fly On the Wall Review:


    While yes not a metal band, today's album review is AC/DC's 1985 album "Fly on the Wall." Some people hate this album, critics thought it sucked, so I give my take on this album. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  3. Metal World Order: W.A.S.P - W.A.S.P Review

    Metal World Order: W.A.S.P - W.A.S.P Review:


    A lengthy review today, as I check out the first W.A.S.P album, along with the "Animal (Fuck Like A Beast) single. W.A.S.P is one of my favorite bands, and having covered The Crimson Idol in the past, I figured it was time to check out their first full length release. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  4. Metal World Order: Winters Bane - Heart Of A Killer Review

    Metal World Order: Winters Bane - Heart Of A Killer Review:


    Ending out the week of content with a brand new Metal World Order album review. This time I check out "Heart Of A Killer" by the U.S Power Metal band Winters Bane. This is the first album and it also features Tim "Ripper" Owens on vocals. Hope you enjoy. Thanks for watching.
  5. Metal World Order: AC/DC - Power Up Review

    by , 29th-November-2020 at 00:40 (Heavy Metal Gamer's Blog)
    Metal World Order: AC/DC - Power Up Review:


    2020 has been a very odd year but one of the bright moments? AC/DC releasing a brand new album titled Power Up. An album that is a tribute to the late Malcolm Young. Hope you enjoy this review. Thanks for watching.
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