Skeletal Remains has not only crafted their best release yet, but also what is thus far 2018’s best death metal full-length.
If you’re a fan of later era Varukers and skate punk groups such as 7 Seconds and No Mercy, this album is for you!
Nordicity is a pleasant, inoffensive but ultimately forgettable listen and does not really impact Divine Realm’s catalogue of prior releases favourably.
Patriarchs of Evil, Varathron’s latest full-length album, is another great release from the legendary black metal band.
One particularly striking debut for 2018 is that of NY's Aux Era and their simultaneously intriguing mix of heavy and ambient.
It is apparent that Queasy have found their sound and are capitalising off their strengths. Their latest single, “Fed To The Wolves”, pushes the guys in that same direction.
London, Ontario-based pop punk quartet Never Betters share a track-by-track of their recent Guns + Roses’ Roses split with Grievances.
This record is a mixed bag; when the band sticks to the uptempo hard rockers they are in top form, but the three or so AOR tunes don’t do much for the record’s overall vibe.
Folk music speaks to the primal creature within us. Ulvesang’s new album The Hunt speaks of our interaction with nature, and how we should think about the ways in which we live within it.
Containing veterans of the UK death metal scene – including Bolt Thrower and Benediction – Memoriam is a band that move forward with a confidence and driven nature that is admirable as seen on The Silent Vigil.
Twingiant return with a re-issue of Mass Driver after last year's awesome Blood Feud. It's low and slow, but is it as good an accompaniment to any barbecue?
By the end of the documentary each artist and the cause of their untimely death sparks an undeniable connection.
The sudden arrival of The Fever 333 and our current political climate seem to go hand in hand. These three music veterans are playing socially-charged music at a time when audiences are looking for a way to vent their social frustrations.
The single is a catchy, '70s vibe rocker with no bells and whistles, nor gimmicks. Just some kids writing a quality rock tune.
If you are a fan of Myles Kennedy’s vocal talents and have a desire to see where his songwriting has taken him in the country and folk realm, Damian Fitzgerald strongly recommends Year of the Tiger.
Martydöd’s “War of Worlds” single sunk its hooks into us and continues to doll out goosebumps on every subsequent listen. Here’s why we think it’s the best song of 2018.
This album starts out with the brutally heavy title track, “Imparables”, and the crushing aural punishment doesn’t let up for the next five songs.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #6 features Arch Enemy.
Korrupt is aggressive and vibrant hardcore from Kristiansand, and their songs can be seen as a form of revolt towards the world - as found on Preachers and Creatures.
Noise metal legends Will Haven breathe entirely new life into their sound with sixth full-length album Muerte.