Prepare to be blown away by Cavalera Conspiracy's latest, and perhaps greatest, record.
The Body Politic have some decent ideas, but they need to work on fitting them all together as a cohesive, enjoyable whole.
Catapult the Dead’s latest is a meaty offering of quality atmospheric doom.
Don’t let the quiet piano opener of “Suspended in Animation” fool you, Deity’s self-titled debut record is brutal, exciting and played at a blistering pace.
There’s nothing particularly mind-blowing here, but everything is delivered with an energy and passion that ensures you should have a good time with Irritation no matter your metal preferences.
Across four lengthy tracks Dreadnought takes you on a voyage to the unknown and back. It’s at once calm, relaxing and insane.
Imagine early Iron Maiden crossed with whatever it is the Goth kids listen to in South Park and you’ve got Lucifer’s Chalice's sound.
There are chunks of promise to be found in Antiversum’s black/death and doom stew, but they are surrounded by a disappointingly thin broth.
Mesmur’s second full-length record, S, takes you on a dark journey through the madness of the cosmos.
Torenritual takes you on a sojourn to the macabre, guiding you through decrepit graveyards and into the tombs of demons all whilst ripping your head off with its intense brutality.
All told, SOiL’s Scream: The Essentials is a decent compilation album with twenty of the band’s best tracks together in a nice package.
The Finnish folk metal masters are back with Two Paths, an album full of power, awesome riffs, and incredible musicianship but lacking in originality.
Oraculum's latest EP Always Higher is a decent slice of death metal. For more info, read our review!
With All Their Might is a brutal, exciting record that uses brute force to keep your head banging for over eight mighty tracks.
If you’re after something dark and unnervingly evil, then Crawl’s latest offering, This Sad Cadav’r, could be for you.
Renaissance in Extremis is a fine progressive metal album full of outstanding riffs, quieter moments and plenty of destruction.
Doom Side of the Moon is a fun take on one of the seminal rock records of all time, giving the whole thing a light doom feel.
Moretta’s self-released album, What’s Left Means Nothing, shows promise, but the clean vocals could prove a sticking point.
Prologue may only feature four tracks, but like the seas, this is a record that proves dangerous, powerful and calm.
From worst to best, we see how Madness, the new album from controversial metalcore masters All That Remains, stands up against the rest... See if you agree with us.