In case you’re not patient and willing enough to listen to the ramblings of an emotionally confused metal-head, I’ll leave you with this SPOILER ALERT – Coming Home is dope... like really dope.
Not too techy, not too predictable – a musical Dorito of sorts with a mystery ingredient that you just can’t figure out, so you come back for more.
Their sound has always been pretty aggressive, maybe even dark at times, but this one is angry. I mean this album is pissed, making it one of my faves thus far.
Seventh Seal is a band with which you should familiarize yourself, if your interest is piqued by big guitars, manly, emotional vocals and metaphors.
While this type of mathrock/jazz fusion isn’t quite as technical, performance-wise, as one might hear from Animals as Leaders, for example, it’s still captivating, and I’d go so far as to say that it’s pretty catchy.
Crystal Lake is a dark French roast of a band, meaning the performance and production is very sharp and sleek, but their hardcore influence is very apparent in the way that they approach some of their riffing.
Growling, songs about being a bitch, nu-metal guitars, it could only be a new album from Attila. Read our review of Chaos here...
Over the course of their career Avenged Sevenfold have gone something a remarkable change in style. So, what does that mean for their new album The Stage? Read our review here to see what we think..
Some albums you just know are going to be good but, as is the case with This Light I Hold, Memphis May Fire have really upped their game. Read our review here...
Lifelines is the first hard rock record I’ve heard in a while that is single after single after single, meaning literally no filler or stale tracks.
Fit For A King’s last album, Slave To Nothing, was a burrito filled with fresh riffs, extra guac and awesome performances all-round, but their new album Deathgrip kicks it up a notch! I
By the sounds of their new self-titled album, Sumerian Records pulled off a decent move signing Bad Omens. Read our full review here...
From cover to cover, this album is a beast. There are no snooze tracks, and the pacing throughout the album is perfect.
If you don’t check out this album, you’re prolly off killing puppies. Staaaaph! In summation, this album is everything I love about rock/metal amalgamated into 13 tracks. "So … come and get it."
There are certain albums which require you to be in a particular frame of mind before you listen to them. This is one of them. Read our full review here...
I love the idea behind this; anything that can integrate my obsession of music into an otherwise lifeless routine is KEY (pun intended)!
I just finished giving Periphery III: Select Difficulty my first listen through, and my pants are heavy.
My favorite aspect of Trapt has always has been and always will be Chris Taylor Brown’s vocal timbre.
Rad riffs, prog undertones and a blast or two. The Dark Beyond basically rips...
Have Vampire's Everywhere got the mix of industrial and rock on their latest album Ritual. Read our review here...