Fans of good, honest music look no further than As You Please, the new album from indie-rock quintet Citizen. Read our review here...
Overall, if you are a fan of the beauty that Circa Survive is able to deliver rather than their more heated states, then this will be a welcome addition to your rotation
New Toronto outfit Chris just released their first EP. Comprised of members from infamous Canadian bands La Luna and Animal Faces, the EP is a major departure for all members involved.
In turn, this release is for already-established fans of the Flat Duo Jets who ought to love every second of it.
If you are looking for something with teeth this may not be for you. It's not a classic, nor is it terrible; it just is.
The unrelenting blake hole majesty of Primitive Man's long-awaited new album 'Caustic' is heaviness beyond simple measure; we attempt to explain why, and why it should be heard.
Razor-sharp riffs slice furiously through the mix providing the perfect recipe for stirring the swirling, sweaty masses in a pit.
Across four lengthy tracks Dreadnought takes you on a voyage to the unknown and back. It’s at once calm, relaxing and insane.
Have the Astroid Boys managed to capture their explosive live show onto record? Read our review of Broke here...
Never the types of pioneers to merely rest on legacy, Satyricon emerges once again to offer an intimate and bold new work to the world with Deep Calleth Upon Deep.
A welcome recap of an important formative work of a highly influential act, we look at how 'The Word As Law' set Neurosis' sonic ripples into motion decades afterward.
Truth be told, Lanterns comes across as really quite generic in its sound and, after several listens through, I still struggle to pick anything that stands out from the crowd.
This album is an instant classic, and if you don't think so, you are fake fucking news. Go pick this up and just enjoy it.
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.
Makeout, fresh off their year of touring with the likes of Blink-182 and Naked and Famous, have released their debut full-length after successfully signing to Rise Records.
On XII, Hexis show a bit more of the swirling, dark complexity that they showcased earlier in the year with Tando Ashnti.
Manson has returned with an album that is going to put him back on the proverbial map.
Most Best-Of compilations tend to be a cash-grabbing marketing vehicle of old classics with a token new song to market as a single. Best Of Feeder happens to be an excellent nine song new album with 41 bonus old songs thrown in there for good measure - and it's totally worth the money it will cost you.
The classic and occult metal vibes are strong with North Carolina's Demon Eye; as they tantalize and rock with their second full-length album Prophecies and Lies.
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.