Even thirty years into their career, German thrashers Kreator are still banging out vicious, top quality thrash. Read our review of their fourteenth offering.
AFI are a band who, throughout their career have constantly evolved their sound. Back with their tenth studio album, read our review to see what we thought about their long-awaited return.
This Double CD and DVD combo gets the Accept fan up close and personal with the band.
Reminiscent of bands like Pierce the Veil or Sleeping With Sirens, Youth In Revolt's The Broken’s sound sits precariously between pop-punk and hardcore, with high-pitched, melodic vocals coupled with harsh screaming and epic breakdowns.
The album is a deep wash of emotions and guitar-riddled anthems, an album that is both wounded and sure-footed in its song-craft.
Forever will knock you over, mosh on you, then briefly pick you up to hug and weep with you before doing it all over again.
WSTR's first full-length release, Red, Green, or Inbetween, is everything you’d expect from a pop-punk quartet, with lyrics largely fueled by a breakup.
With As Was, Black Anvil have continued to open up the scope of their black metal craft and emerged triumphant. A high bar they’ve set for themselves, but they have certainly worked for it.
The Sadies' Northern Passages is a strong new release that remains highly reminiscent of The Sadies’ classic sound.
Find out what ebbs and flows with Endless Floods latest audio journey II, out on Breathe Plastic, and Dry Cough and Fvtvrecordings
Titled Songs of Darkness and Despair, this six-song EP is something far greater than a mere novelty act or vanity project from either individual.
Priest has always been a bravura live band, and this 20 song live performance easily justifies the purchase of this set.
Longtime Brazilian metal legends give up a solid album with Machine Messiah, showcasing new directions and old nods for their 14th studio release.
It is American Doom in all its glory, a sort of spooky fuck you to the present, and a loud homage to what is the past.
The Japanese pop-rock sensation ONE OK ROCK is back with their latest album, Ambitions. This album boasts guest vocals from Alex Garskath (of All Time Low) and Australian rock band (read: boy band) 5 Seconds of Summer. Read more here...
Vessels stays true to Starset's unique brand of hard rock, brooding and melodic like a cybernetic Breaking Benjamin, but it also showcases a band pushing itself into new territory.
Even before pressing play, it is apparent that From Rise To Ruin will be a dark and menacing experience from the artwork alone.
Though formulaic, "okay." is a fun, catchy album. You're gonna love it. Read our review of the new album from UK pop-punk band As It Is inside...
Echolocation feels like there’s an overall cohesion to the songs - like it was written and sequenced to be an actual album and not just a collection of esoteric jams.
Trent Reznor is back so time to turn it up and listen to one of our generations most eclectic and interesting artists while you read our review here...