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Episode 18ft:Corrupted Fate is now up

Metal Asylum Episode 18
On this episode we are joined by Nottingham's Corrupted Fate
to talk about their up coming EP and what the plans are for the future.
we also talk about  the Tim Lambesis situation and the Heavy Metal University course.
We also have music from Headsic {Gothenburg,Sweden} ,Eviscerate Carnage
and Inherit the Stars.

This weeks homework was Havok - Time Is Up {submitted by nick}

Havok - Time is Up. Listen to the full album here

Episode 13 ft Taz from Awooga/West st live now up

Hey Guys n Gals so we know its late but we've been a busy lately but any way Episode 13 is now up so go give it a listen and let us know what you think,all feedback is greatly received.

Metal Asylum Episode 13
Hey Guys n Gals we are back after the xmas/new years break any way
We have a new host in the form of Duayne (Deformation of Man) Also
Taz from Awooga/West st live droped by to talk about upcoming gigs and the scene
in general,We also have songs from C F Bundy,Awooga,Or Die Trying and Sanity Obscure (from Singapore)

Never Cry Wolf Farewell Show / Malevolence / In Arms / Rough Justice

Editors note:  This is the first of many of reviews from Dan Gilbert, if you want to get involved send us a message via this site, facebook or whichever way you prefer!

Rough Justice

My expectations for this band started high and as expected they delivered exactly as i thought they would.  Rough Justice gave a powerful performance which within moments of the opening song had the crowd moving in constant motion i can't say much more about them as this was the first time i have seen them but will hopefully be seeing them again in the new year and recommend anyone who's into Hatebreed sort of bands to check these guys out you won't be disappointed.

Rough Justice on Facebook

In Arms 

From the moment these guys hit the stage In Arms took the job at hand playing the majority of there EP as expected they delivered there unique melodic instrumentals and heartfelt vocals which had people singing along with every word frontman Ross O'Donnell was producing. Closing with the genius song that is 'Amber' Malevolence's Alex Taylor stepped up to take his position on guest vocals sending the atmosphere through the roof. If your a fan of Landscapes and Miles Away then you wouldn't be disappointed in seeing these guys. Next gig is on the 12th of january supporting A Season Of Secrets at corporation mainstage.

In Arms on Facebook


After frontman Alex Taylor's appearance in the previous set the atmosphere in the crowd can only be described as 'nuclear' taking to the stage with there 'Go hard or go home' attitude and opening with there newest track sent the crowd into a pitting frenzy. Playing there well known tracks had the crowd once again singing along with every word. Closing there set with there powerhouse tune 'Wraith' for me personally were the best band of the night so i highly recommend you check these guys out.

Malevolence on Facebook

Never Cry Wolf

Funnily enough this was my first and last NCW gig after hearing a lot of there stuff on youtube i knew exactly what was to come from these guys and they delivered it getting the crowd involved with every song they played. My personal favourites of the night had to be the heart melting lyrics of 'For Rose' and the roar of the crowd to 'Beacons'. After 4 years on the scene the guys went out on a high i suggest keeping an eye out as a few of the members should be appearing as part of a new project in 2013

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