The second EP from the New Hampshire duo shows the act demonstrating a clear progression. Check out our full review inside for the full picture.
If there is such a thing as singer/songwriter exploration within the genre of electronic EDM music - Offworld is a prime example of how to do it successfully.
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.
Given the strength of every single song on Royal Blood's debut, expectations surrounding their second album were high... and unfortunately, it didn’t quite meet them.
The magnificent doom caravan known as Avatarium is back with a breath of fresh metal air in 'Hurricanes and Halos'; after all, all classics start somewhere!
Fresno doom rockers Beastmaker have a hefty album out to throw up the horns to in 'Inside The Skull'. Naturally, we take a look to see what the fuss is (rightly) about.
Four classic thrash albums from the Kreator back catalogue get the reissue treatment and sound as neck-snappingly vicious as they did first time around.
Seriously though, this is about as good of a collection of edgy rock and roll songs as you can get from one of the early influencers in the glam punk world.
This is some seriously down-tuned, crushing industrial-tinged metal that shakes your bones, rattles your skull, and commands your undivided attention.
For fans new and old, Rise Against has, once again, given us the perfect material for sticking it to the man.
Slime And Punishment is, on the whole, a consistent and solid Municipal Waste album.
Crippled Earn is an adrenaline shot of quality hardcore punk.
Revelation doesn't do much to add to deathcore's sound, but does it need to?
With their 9th album (and first with Cadence Records), the Headstones have gradually solidified themselves as a permanent presence in the Canadian rock music landscape.
They mix the Ramones with Blondie, but will Are You Listening?, the debut album from all-girl rockers The Franklys grab your attention? Read our review here...
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.
The early punk thrash fury of 'RRROOOAAARRR", that was Voivod's seminal follow-up to their now legendary debut 'War and Pain', gets the reissue treatment and goodies that it deserves after 3 decades of influence courtesy of BMG.
One of Voivod's all-time fan favorites finally sees the reissue light, courtesy of BMG; and Voivod's Killing Technology is still very much as awesome as when it first hit the scene 30 odd years ago.
Thanks to BMG, the ultimate sci-fi thrash classic in Dimension Hatross sees the light of day again, as Voivod's masterpiece originally by NOISE Records gets a great reissue treatment.
The bar for extreme metal in Poland has been set ridiculously high so how does this offering from death metal heavyweights H.A.T.E. hold up? Read our review to see...