Musical insanity aside, this will have a home with many who worship at the altar of ‘post-Human’ Death, Ulcerate, Artificial Brain, Immolation and others of supreme extreme excellence.
Serious business for the bunch known as Moonbow, as their latest War Bear comes at you for both the good times and the summertime blues.
Extreme tour grind machine Full Of Hell bring forth a concentrated grinding blast of near-perfection for their latest long anticipated masterwork Trumpeting Ecstacy.
The ultra-cool psyche-out styles of Detroit's latest hard rockers Ecstatic Vision, keep it warm and loose on their second sonic trip, Raw Rock Fury.
The sound of true epic battlefield doom turn your cranks? Good, because Coltsblood is here to conquer, and nothing less is adequate.
Maryland doom legends The Obsessed show with ease, why they are just as heavy today as ever, with their new one for Relapse Records in Sacred.
Touted as 'what if Sabbath played afrobeat?', the ultra-fuzzy and danceable Here Lies Man comes forth to bring the party and real rhythm back to rock.
One of the earliest of Canadian thrash pioneers, recalls some of their greatest earlier battles in Build Your Weapons: The Very Best of The Noise Years 1986-1988.
After 3 years and a quiet revamping of personnel, California dark rock charmers Ides Of Gemini flourish with their latest entitled opus (and homage to) in Women'
The inexplicable feeling of eternal sadness and the quest for meaning, the euphoria of existence: Ghost Bath gives up way more than just fanfare on their Nuclear Blast debut.
Want to know if a band can pull off a classic feel and sound, while feeling totally current or new at the same time? Then let me tell you about Sweden's Vampire and their latest in 'With Primeval Force'.
The lost sons of Classic British Heavy Metal royalty return to prowl, as Tygers of Pan Tang strike with their self-titled!
A quick check on the road with DevilDriver's Mike Spreitzer, to see where the band is at these days, in support of their latest Napalm Records release, Trust No One.
Been about four years, but Isolator should give Hamden's hard rocking soulful crew Curse The Son all the juice they need to conquer the road.
We shudder from the mystique and powerful pieces on Zeal & Ardor's dark release Devil Is Fine, and attempt to describe it's brilliance.
The perpetual noise machine Mantar looks to keep you in sway and check, with their latest three-punch combo The Spell. Here's what we're feeling about it.
No doubt the one that they've been waiting for, Warbringer's fifth release (first for Napalm Records) is a blurring and progressively-frenetic masterpiece according to us here.
Florida sludge rockers Hollow Leg, spotlight their new line-up and give up a strong current taster in their Murder EP. Out now, see what's said about the quartet's latest.
Death metal masters Obituary remind the people why they've endured and still stand tall, with the release of their 10th self-titled album.
Japan's Earthists come out showing the world what 'naturecore' style is about in their debut album 'Dreamscape'. here