From the names to the beats, Genocity creates the sense of a sci-fi movie without the need for accompanying visuals.
Loathe's debut record is heavy, dark and very enjoyable. Read our review of their Sharptone Records debut here...
Having a built an impressive reputation as a rabid live act, can Canadians Sumo Cyco match that on their new album Opus Mar? Read our review to see what we thought.
No doubt the one that they've been waiting for, Warbringer's fifth release (first for Napalm Records) is a blurring and progressively-frenetic masterpiece according to us here.
Blending technical metal with brute heaviness, Peace In Our Time is eight tracks of intelligent, brutal, well-crafted, technical metal. Read our review here...
One of heavy music’s most influential artists of the past 20 years, Isis (the band), continue their ongoing series of live albums with Live VII 02.25.10.
A strange choice of reissue from the Feeder camp, so how does Renegades fair this time round? Read our review to find out what we thought...
Along with the reissued CD Digipak's for Animositisomina and Houses of the Molé, Sphinctour is a must-have album for any Ministry fan.
This Austin outfit are delivering chaos and anger wherever they set foot. Can you dig it? Jump in to find out more.
In case you’re not patient and willing enough to listen to the ramblings of an emotionally confused metal-head, I’ll leave you with this SPOILER ALERT – Coming Home is dope... like really dope.
Although the album provides a dreamy soundtrack to a rainy day—and even, in its best moments, approaches a universal melancholy—it doesn’t express anything that hasn’t been said before.
A short but sweet throwback to the progressive hard rock of the 1970s.
Florida sludge rockers Hollow Leg, spotlight their new line-up and give up a strong current taster in their Murder EP. Out now, see what's said about the quartet's latest.
Not too techy, not too predictable – a musical Dorito of sorts with a mystery ingredient that you just can’t figure out, so you come back for more.
The songs on Cold Blooded are catchy, with big choruses and fantastic guitar work that are sure to get your blood pumping and your adrenaline flowing.
The Lightbringer return with Heptanity, an album that struggles for consistency and staying power, but contains flashes of quality.
Sarcasm plays catchy, thrashy death metal that eludes genre tags that pertain to most Swedish death metal bands. Within the Sphere of Ethereal Minds is distinctly catchy, uptempo thrashing death metal that is exceptionally-written and well-played.
Death metal masters Obituary remind the people why they've endured and still stand tall, with the release of their 10th self-titled album.
There is no doubting the quality of London horror metallers She Must Burn but the question is do your need another band or album like Grimoire clogging up your hard drive?
Do yourself a favour and check out Daycare For Jedi’s This Is What You Get. You can thank me later.