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Posted on February 12, 2008

Roadrunner will be releasing a batch of 13 titles available at mid-price from April 21st. Among them is the remainder of the Fear Factory catalogue (including the classic ‘Demanufacture’), the first 2 Coal Chamber albums plus the 2 recent Derrick Green-fronted Sepultura albums. The full list is as follows: Fear Factory ‘Digimortal’ U.K. Top 30 album and last studio album from the Gods of ‘Cyber-Metal’, including ‘Linchpin’ & ‘Invisible Wounds’. í¢ä‰åñThere is no whiff of compromise about this album, only a confident sense of progress.í¢ä‰åŒ – Kerrang! KKKK Fear Factory ‘Obsolete’ U.S. Gold & U.K. Top 20 album including ‘Resurrection’, ‘Descent’ & ‘Edgecrusher’. í¢ä‰åñOne of the best Metal albums for a very long time.í¢ä‰åŒ í¢ä‰åäóì Metal Hammer 10/10 Fear Factory ‘Demanufacture’ Cast-iron classic debut and U.K. Top 30 album including ‘Replica’, ‘Self-Bias Resistor’ & ‘Demanufacture’. í¢ä‰åñThis album will raise the standards of extreme Metal worldwide.í¢ä‰åŒ í¢ä‰åäóì Kerrang! KKKKK Amen ‘Amen (UK Edition)’ CD Colossal 5K-rated Punk Metal debut, produced by Ross Robinson and featuring ‘Coma America’ & ‘Down Human’. Includes 4 bonus tracks from the ‘Coma America’ EP. í¢ä‰åñThe sound of Punk Rock kicking, crawling and tearing it’s way into the Millenniumí¢ä‰åŒ – Kerrang! KKKK Coal Chamber ‘Coal Chamber’ CD Classic U.S. Gold debut from L.A. “Spookycore” quartet and one of the instigators of the ‘Nu-Metal’,including ‘Loco’, ‘Sway’ & ‘Big Truck’ í¢ä‰åñThe hottest, most knickers-in-a-twist new Metal band in at least a thousand yearsí¢ä‰åŒ – Kerrang KKKKK Coal Chamber ‘Chamber Music’ CD Underrated, experimental 2nd album including ‘Notion’, ‘Shock The Monkey’ (feat Ozzy Osbourne) & ‘Tyler’s Song’. í¢ä‰åñAs the title suggests, this album sees the quartet striking out on their own and carving their own unique nicheí¢ä‰åŒ í¢ä‰åäóì Kerrang! Misfits ‘Famous Monsters’ CD Latest studio release from the Kings of schlock horror punk, who have inspired everyone from Metallica to Marilyn Manson to Cradle Of Filth. Produced by Daniel Rey (Ramones) and featuring ‘Scream’ & ‘Fiend Club’ Misfits ‘Cuts From The Crypt’ 17-track collection of previously unreleased, rare & live tracks from 1995-2001. Features all of the legendary ‘Mars Attacks’ demos, plus covers of ‘Monster Mash’ & ‘Rise Above’ plus the ‘Scream’ video. Sepultura ‘Against’ CD Crushing 1998 U.K. Top 40 album and debut release with new singer Derrick Greene. Featuring ‘Choke’ & ‘Against. í¢ä‰åñA brilliant albumí¢ä‰åŒ í¢ä‰åäóì Kerrang! KKKKK Sepultura ‘Nation’ Blasting 2001 return-to-form for Brazil’s finest featuring guest appearances from Jello Biafra & Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed).Featuring ‘Sepulnation’ & ‘One Man Army’. í¢ä‰åñThe Boys from Brazil finally shake themselves free of Max’s legacy. Excellent stuffí¢ä‰åŒ – Kerrang! KKKK. Deicide ‘In Torment, In Hell’ CD Latest brutally black studio album from the Floridian Death Metal Gods, featuring ‘Christ Don’t Care’ & ‘In Torment, In Hell’. í¢ä‰åñStill one of the most destructive Death Metal bands aroundí¢ä‰åŒ í¢ä‰åäóì Metal Hammer Dry Kill Logic ‘The Darker Side Of Nonsense’ Crushing Pantera-meets- Machine Head debut from hotly-tipped NY foursome, last seen supporting Spineshank in the UK, includes ‘Nightmare’ & ‘Rot’. í¢ä‰åñIt has the raw feel of a debut but executed with the finesse and fury most bands take an age to build upí¢ä‰åŒ í¢ä‰åäóì Metal Hammer Anyone ‘Anyone’ CD Critically-acclaimed debut from Orange County maximum acid trio including ‘Don’t Wake Me’ & ‘Giving Thrills’. í¢ä‰åñMixing and matching the jerky nervousness of Jane’s Addiction with classic Pink Floyd-style atmosphericsí¢ä‰åŒ_the listener is spoilt for choiceí¢ä‰åŒ í¢ä‰åäóì Metal Hammer


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