The original lycanthropunks have returned to deliver their ninth full-length, a blistering delivery of ten tracks that will have you howling at the moon. Check out the details inside.
No, not the celebrity rag: it's the Austin-based quartet with their first full-length for your listening pleasure. Check out how their snotty art noise stacks up.
Watch as Lance Marwood attempts to describe an entire subgenre of heavy music using less than 300 words (or, the equivalent of three breaths). This time around... DOOM!
The Washington, D.C.-based outfit Pain Tank unleashed a tidal wave of fury a month ago. Now the question is, is it any good? Well, yeah, but let us tell you about it, click to see more.
This Austin outfit are delivering chaos and anger wherever they set foot. Can you dig it? Jump in to find out more.
Pickering's own gang of four just put out another EP for the third March in a row. Come check out our review inside.
Just in time for summer, here's some miserable stoner sludge that somehow also manages to be incredibly vibrant. Enjoy you sad bastards.
Sewer Rats play to their namesake, delivering the type of blitzed-out, vile sludge metal you could expect from a band that is able to deliver both harsh and hectic tunes.
Ever wanted a grunge band that sounded like they did black magic and screamed as loud and violently as the demons they summoned? Then this is the band for you, kid.
With a pastiche of influences and straddling various genres, this amalgamation of college-turned-indie-turned-alt rock band from Greece are setting up to take lives on their third album.
Die Hexe wowed us with their debut EP, combining black metal with 90's screamo and good old fashioned hardcore. So how does their sophomore effort stack up? Read the review to find out.
You like fast youth crew hardcore? Well you might dig this then. Check out our review inside.
It's not often we get a board game review, and we're excited for the opportunity! Check out our full, first board game review for the new music-based party game, Spontuneous.
This Is Endless have released an expanded version of their EP Inherit The Sun and you should definitely check out our review to see what we think.
This Canadian hardcore is the type of heaviness that should become more prevalent, as it's been in short supply lately. It's noise-influenced spazz-y hardcore that deserves more recognition from people lucky enough to be hearing it.
Sick Of It All felt like marking their 30th anniversary as a band by releasing a five-song EP of new material. And only our review will be able to describe how badass it is!
Putting two great rock bands on a split together always makes sense, even when it is a two-track instrumental. Check out our review to understand what we mean.
The Mansters is fresh off of a 3-year hiatus and looking to raise levels with their first full length. See our review inside for more.
Toronto does many things well, and 80's inspired noise rock is just one more to add to the list with this new killer single from three-piece Lampshades. Check out our review for our review.
An excellent re-issue of an album that deserves far more recognition than it gets today. Check out our full review for how damn heavy this album is.