Get ready for a cool, psychedelic experience from Arcadian Child this May with the re-release of their debut album, Afterglow, on Rogue Wave Records.
Clearly, Wolvhammer are already building a name for themselves by being as reliable as some of the most respected names in metal.
Everything Sexorcism has to offer is exactly what a seasoned Lordi fan has come to expect from the Finnish monsters, but did they go too far with their sexually-deviant subject matter?
Adding some introspective ingredients to spice up his artistry, Royce Da 5’9” has created what could potentially be one of the strongest hip-hop releases to date, with Book of Ryan.
Today, this record is likely to be well-received considering the overall growth of the heavy music scene throughout the years.
Despite moments of repetition and filler scattered throughout Evil Upheaval, Depravity’s latest is a snarling beast of a death metal record.
Given today's politically fraught times, there couldn't be a better voice for the masses than Frank Turner. Check out our review of his new album Be More Kind here...
Australian metal band Parkway Drive have a new video for "Prey" for you from their latest and sixth studio record Reverence.
The album is challenging to sit through in one go – and not in an intentionally challenging manner as is often the case with extreme acts. It does not inspire multiple listens.
Creepiest Creep is pure adrenaline, a shot in the arm that is indicative of The Dahmers’ brand of consistently thrashy, horror-obsessed garage punk.
If you are listening to extreme metal for the sake of sheer brutality and fierceness, not necessarily production or quality, then this might be up your alley.
Musically, this album is a mess, but it’s an intriguing mess at that. Post Malone has somehow managed to create a listenable recording with way more sounds and songs than before.
The new CD/DVD/Blu-ray, Live In Overhausen, is everything an Overkill fan -- and fan of thrash metal for that matter -- would want to hear.
After a short hiatus, Birmingham quartet layover. is back, armed with five well-produced tracks set for release via Fox Records.
Neil Young’s inaugural performance at the Roxy Theatre in L.A. in September of 1973 is a similarly exuberant, whiskey-soaked, and macabre performance of a legendary album.
Overall, Occulta religiO is a good album for an update in a style long-forgotten, but fans of modern black metal will perhaps look elsewhere for inspiration.
Dylan Carlson's first solo album after 30 years in pioneers Earth, Conquistador, is steeped in the western mythologies of the Americas. Cinematic, ambient, droning and achingly beautiful guitar playing awaits.
Husk is a nasty, dark record that should entertain fans of the bleak, nightmarish side of extreme metal but it is unfortunately held back by repetition.
Bringing together a collection of amazingly-talented musicians such as Elvis Costello, Brad Paisley, Rosanne Cash and the late Chris Cornell, in Forever Words, John Carter Cash has produced a touching tribute to his father Johnny Cash.
Alpha & Omega, the new offering from Western Canadian melodic death metal act, Cruentis, is a tour-de-force journey through many different forms of extreme metal, juxtaposed with lots of slower, ethereal piano and orchestral highlights that transport the listener through a wide range of emotions and feelings.