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Metal By Numbers 6/10: Ifs, buts, and crystal coconuts

Posted by on June 10, 2020

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   I am way more proud of that title than I should be. Apart from Alestorm, we’ve got not one, not two, but three different Def Leppard live releases on here. They’re technically bundled […]

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Metal By Numbers 5/27: Alexandria is burning down the house

Posted by on May 27, 2020

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   Hope you all enjoyed your Memorial Day Weekend. I live in Massachusetts, and it finally feels like someone flipped a switch and made it summertime outside. In turn, I had to flip […]

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Metal By Numbers 5/20: Your fake name is good enough for sales

Posted by on May 20, 2020

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   Do I have any Iron & Wine fans in the house who caught my reference in the article title? No? Ah, oh well then. There’s a handful of new albums on the charts […]

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Metal By Numbers 5/13: Killswitch Engage charts for charity

Posted by on May 13, 2020

  Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   Killswitch Engage is just one of many bands that were forced to cancel their touring plans in the wake of the pandemic. Now, as previously reported, they’ve released an EP where 100% […]

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Metal By Numbers 5/6: Dance to dead men

Posted by on May 6, 2020

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   There’s 17 albums on the debuts list this week, and a lot of them have gotten heaps of praise. A few of our contributors have written-up some reviews as well, including the new […]

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New & Noteworthy, January 31st – The Day That Never Comes

Posted by on January 31, 2012

In a declining recording industry, special editions, re-releases, and deluxe packages are now the norm rather than the exception to it. And on these expanded releases, more often than not, bonus tracks will appear, usually in the form of either cover songs or B-sides that didn’t make it onto the initial album. It’s rare to […]

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