Asking Alexandria's new self-titled album is the culmination of a decade’s worth of musical development, and it’s soooo legit.
If you're thinking of the Phoenix-based stoner-metal three-piece named Goya, you'd be sorely disappointed. Instead, this is UK-based post rock band GOYA, who's debut EP has been making a splash on this side of the Atlantic.
Christian hard rock band Project 86 have released their eighth full-length studio album to celebrate their twentieth anniversary together as a band.
No matter what the tempo though, Sweet’s vocals rise to the occasion and are the perfect complement to Lynch's riffing.
No Cross No Crown is an album I feel is the very best album Corrosion Of Conformity has EVER released. I'll even go so far as to say No Cross No Crown will go down as one of the best metal albums in 2018.
The latest Beach Boys release from Universal Music is Sunshine Tomorrow. If you are a Beach Boys completist, or are interested in their creative process, this is essential listening.
Heavy metal always will have it’s hungriest warriors show up when they are needed most in dire times, so say hello to the Vicious Breed in Lady Beast!
The Hour Be None is a decent record, helped by the countless quality riffs, atmospheric moments and general doom on show.
Both songs provide you with pure death metal bliss. They are monstrous tracks, full of power, depth and incredible musicianship. Engulf is the real deal!
If you ever thought your death metal needed more flamenco influences then Impureza’s La Caída De Tonatiuh is definitely for you.
Warning: Johnny Plague’s voice is massive. So, be careful trying to scream along with him. You’ll likely blow a hole in your throat.
I wrote all that nonsense just to say this: this band knows what’s up. If you have any respect for yourself, you’ll listen to it and smile, or smirk, depending on what kind of person you are.
In Flames have delivered a short, sweet and respectful tribute to some A-class musicians and it is well worth its short run time.
Samarkind’s debut record is short and sweet hard blues rock, with eight tracks that are all good fun, but it does little to stand out from the pack.
Evolve or Die is a quality heavy, chunky groove metal album along the lines of Lamb of God.
This 40th anniversary edition of A Farewell To Kings is the one that Rush die-hard fans have been waiting for.
Chaosvolution is an okay record built upon a solid enough foundation, but I wish Absalem embraced a darker, heavier sound.
At the very least, with Unleash, Mike Love shows that he is capable of making interesting artistic decisions, rather than just "playing the hits."
Albany-based hardcore band Downswing have released their latest EP through Rise Records, and it is a beast of a release, a teaser for things to come.
For Bell Witch there is no more important album in their career than Mirror Reaper, and no better reason to keep going as one of the leading lights in modern doom and extreme music in general.