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Thank god (Or the devil) for Hells Headbangers. The label has been fighting the good fight for underground metal for a number of years, and each release they put out is generally awesome. However, with Fit For Fight by Witch Cross, it appears that the label has truly outdone themselves.

Corrosion Of Conformity are pretty much considered by almost anybody into metal a “classic” band. Most metal heads (and even many non-metalheads) can name a few COC albums and/or songs that they enjoy. Though the band has been around since the 80s, most people are familiar with them solely for their output with Pepper Keenan. As a result much of their earlier material is unknown to the masses.

The 3-Disc deluxe reissue of Death’s landmark, genre-defining album, Spiritual Healing is currently streaming online – listen LISTEN BELOW! Originally released in 1990, Spiritual Healing marked a new turn in the Death discography, one which ushered in cleaner production, a new level of boundary pushing musicianship and songwriting skills that were previously unimaginable from a metal band.

The next chapter in Relapse’s Death reissue campaign is the landmark, genre-defining album ‘Spiritual Healing’. Originally released in 1990, ‘Spiritual Healing’ marked a new turn in the Death discography, one which ushered in cleaner production, a new level of boundary pushing musicianship and songwriting skills that were previously unimaginable from a metal band. ‘Spiritual Healing’ sets the standard for riffs, insane time changes and of course mainman Chuck Schuldiner’s masterful guitar solos.

The Ghost of Heritage is a re-release of Winterfylleth’s debut album which originally came out a few years ago. Besides being remastered, the album also features two new tracks that were not on the original release. Now, as someone who had never heard the album before, I can’t tell original purchasers whether or not a re-purchase is necessary, but I can say to those of you who who haven’t that it is definitly worth buying.

Back in 1993 Neurosis released their then fourth studio album Enemy Of The Sun. In 1999 the same CD got re-released. I’m guessing since the album is so great, the band once again decided to re-re-release it in 2010. To have been released 3 times, this record must good as shit, right?