Mors Subita execute everything one would expect of melodic death metal to a world-class standard.
Loads of potential here and I am definitely looking forward to a full-length release from this band.
"We're going back to speed rock with this, that's the plan" exclaims Against The Grain drummer, Rob Nowak, about their fourth LP, Cheated Death, in 2017.
Harm's Way's new studio recording is Posthuman: a sonically devastating collection of metallic hardcore songs with refined industrial elements.
Eye Of The Destroyer's latest EP, Starved and Hanging, is full of brutality, but devoid of much substance.
Two tracks into Currents and it’s already clear that In Vain have matched their previous album, and prior strongest effort, 2013’s Ænigma.
A short but sweet single, now you know about them but still need to hear them.
It’s almost like [b.abuse] approach writing music like a rioting mob approaches a smash and grab; no one’s really thinking about what they actually need, everyone just grabs whatever’s within arms reach because it’s there and free.
Designed to Disappear, for all the lineup alterations the band has made and the impact they’ve had, is the sound of a band in transition.
Nothing can prepare you for what comes screaming towards you at 100 mph with Scaphism’s Unutterable Horrors.
Somewhere between Municipal Waste, Infest, and Nausea, Dead End is a sure fire blend of bloody grind and gruesome crust.
Want heavy helpings of mid-tempo moshing and blasting black metal? Look no further than Lord of Pagathorn's latest full-length album, Daimono Philia, released by Woodcut Records.
Culture II just might be able to challenge the popularity of Culture I with its diversity of well-designed beats.
Toronto/South African artist Zaki Ibrahim delivers on the promise of her 2012 Polaris Prize short-listed debut with a strong collection of retro-style songs.
If you are a fan of well-produced, ass kicking rock and roll than Viva La Rock is for you.
Doom Side of the Moon are back with an Encore, and better than before.
Post-metal visionaries A Light Within are signalling the conclusion of their three-part conceptual body of work with the release of Epilogue.
Abigor's Höllenzwang is a harrowing journey of a record - running the gamut from frostbitten graveside dirges to blistering calls to war.
Pacifisticuffs is a phenomenally creative record, albeit a bit obscure but with playing that will absolutely blow your mind; this is one talented group of musicians.
Machine Head's Catharsis takes a while to grow - not least because it's a lengthy slab - but it's worth the patience.