The Bronx have given not only punk rock but the rock scene as a whole a massive shot in the arm with their new album V.
A follow-up to 2015’s The Mindsweep, The Spark launches Shikari even further into uncharted territory--an appeal to the ears and hearts of would-be mainstream listeners.
Mesmur’s second full-length record, S, takes you on a dark journey through the madness of the cosmos.
Taped on February 2, 1994, the two-disc set features a combination of live performances, conversation, and traditional interviewing.
Genkaku is the second full-length by duo Low Flying Hawks, and it's a brilliant followup for a band that is already turning heads with its grim take on an already grim genre.
Torenritual takes you on a sojourn to the macabre, guiding you through decrepit graveyards and into the tombs of demons all whilst ripping your head off with its intense brutality.
All told, SOiL’s Scream: The Essentials is a decent compilation album with twenty of the band’s best tracks together in a nice package.
The Finnish folk metal masters are back with Two Paths, an album full of power, awesome riffs, and incredible musicianship but lacking in originality.
Oraculum's latest EP Always Higher is a decent slice of death metal. For more info, read our review!
These guys are more than just your average cover band, they are solid musicians.
The fact that Lionize can produce songs that fuse genres as well as tell some thought-provoking stories is a winning combination.
Stray From The Path have made it incredibly clear they are not here to play games on Only Death Is Real--a blistering, ten-track socio-political manifesto that slams and shreds from start to finish.
With All Their Might is a brutal, exciting record that uses brute force to keep your head banging for over eight mighty tracks.
It's been a while since we've heard an album that deserves less attention, but we think we've found it. Check out our review inside to know why you should curve this album.
German Quintet Formerly known as 'Burning Down Alaska' reinvent themselves under the name 'Alazka', debuting with the stunning album 'Pheonix' Out Sept 1st on Sharptone Records
If you’re after something dark and unnervingly evil, then Crawl’s latest offering, This Sad Cadav’r, could be for you.
From the old faithful to newcomers alike, Incantation’s latest depraved offering is sure to satisfy and secure it’s place in the collections of serious extreme metalheads worldwide.
Overall, there’s quite a bit of promise demonstrated, but also lots of room for growth, which is bodes encouragingly well for the future.
Is there life after Dethklok? You better believe it, as Brendan Small once again takes us into space and beyond with his long-awaited Galaktikon II: Become The Storm.
This is music history. It's Motorhead history, it's rock n' roll history, it's the musical thread that ties the Sex Pistols and Judas Priest together.