The eleven tracks on Bloodlust have more anger, vitriol, and raw power than most of Ice-T's metal peers can muster on their best day.
Homebound, a pop-punk quartet from Farnham, England, has just released their third EP The Mould You Build Yourself Around February 10th via Rude Records. But does Homebound set themselves apart from the plethora of other UK pop-punk acts?
Arch Enemy revisit their stunning performance from Wacken in 2016 with this live album set. Check out our review here...
The Darkhorse have produced the kind of metal album that will keep the neighbours awake for a week. Read our review of The Carcass Of The Sun Will Sleep here...
Move over Rage Against the Machine, go home Prophets of Rage, BackWordz is King now! Read our review of Veracity here...
Dutch bruisers The Charm The Fury return with a new album and a shift in direction to a grittier metallic sound. Read our review here...
Behemoth's Nergal swaps Satan and hell for acoustic guitars and blues rhythms. Read our review of his current project's debut album right here...
Japan's Earthists come out showing the world what 'naturecore' style is about in their debut album 'Dreamscape'. here
Old school death metal veterans Memoriam sound off and prepare for campaigning, with the heavy homage salvo in 'For The Fallen'.
There may be a fine line between cohesive and redundant and it's up to individual fans of the band to decide where Animositisomina falls.
Cult of Eibon does its own take on first wave black metal on Lycan Twilight Sorcery. There’s elements of old thrash metal, old school heavy metal, NWOBHM, all while vocalist Porphyrion howls and screeches in the iconic black metal style.
Pickering's own gang of four just put out another EP for the third March in a row. Come check out our review inside.
With new bandmates, a new home and a newly focused ferocity, Emmure's return album, Look At Yourself, is an album that will slay the doubters.
The modern trash tour-de-force takes their latest album for a rocket ride through our dystopian modern day with Conformicide.
Original Swedish death masters Evocation reveal The Shadow Archetype, to welcome in a new era for themselves and claim their rightful stance.
The Great Collapse is riddled with stark social commentary and observations of the world today – violent, angry, fragmented.
Another UK metalcore band attempt to stand up to the American big-hitters but have Our Hollow Our Home got what it takes? Read our review of Hartsick here...
Kaptur is a new band that has a great understanding of balance and beat, I commend the versatility on Go to Waste.
Our Undivided Attention displays Benchmarks' clear talent as musicians. I, for one, am excited to see how their career progresses with their interesting take on alt-rock.
Jagged Vision show how they drop hardcore for the modern day out of Stavanger, and a more textured weave you won't find than their recent offering Death Is This World.