Growling, songs about being a bitch, nu-metal guitars, it could only be a new album from Attila. Read our review of Chaos here...
Sick Of It All felt like marking their 30th anniversary as a band by releasing a five-song EP of new material. And only our review will be able to describe how badass it is!
Twenty years into their career and is their any sign of pop-punk favourites Bowling For Soup stepping outside their comfort zone? Read our review of their latest album here...
Is it black metal in the traditional Norwegian/Swedish sense? Not so much. I can tell you this; however, it’s a solid album and worth a half-hour of your time.
Putting two great rock bands on a split together always makes sense, even when it is a two-track instrumental. Check out our review to understand what we mean.
The Mansters is fresh off of a 3-year hiatus and looking to raise levels with their first full length. See our review inside for more.
An excellent re-issue of an album that deserves far more recognition than it gets today. Check out our full review for how damn heavy this album is.
Westing has been on a tear for the past year, releasing various splits and singles. This EP is their first as a full band, so how does it sound? Check out the review for more.
Pacific Myth has its flaws, but there are still plenty of things to appreciate here, and we have every reason to hope for more prog metal excellence in the future.
I’m just going to say it, this is one of my favorite death metal albums of the year and I’ve listened to a shit ton of death metal this year.
These Toronto natives are going places, in the same vein as Comeback Kid and Ignite, but with their own Toronto spin on the formula. Not bad for what the band bills as a "demo". Check out our review inside.
Not quite "as good as gold," but it’s still musical comfort food for big fans of pop punk.
Hellbent have released their third EP in as many years, and it's another whallop of intense hardcore and straightforward punk. Check out our review for the full scoop.
Devilment shows grand promise, with their new album II: The Mephisto Waltzes; balancing graceful and grinding, read more about it here.
It's been a long time since the Milktoast days of Helmet, and six years since their last release. So how does their latest release rank? Check out our review to find out.
Portland natives Dowager are seeking to stake their claim in the screamo scene with their debut EP "Title Track". Check out our review to see how they fared.
Homewrecker have been releasing consistently great material and touring with major bands for some time now, and this latest EP is an effort to showcase the kind of material the band's been working on. Check out our review for more.
If you’re curious about what Craig Owens has been up to as-of-late, oh BOY have I got the answer for you: after announcing the re-breakup of Chiodos (a shock to literally NO ONE), Owens is back with his newest project, badXchannels.
Any band that has the balls to pull off a cover of the Littlest Hobo needs your attention but, quirky covers aside, is their own material any good? Read our review of their new EP here...
Hellacious dark thrash/death legends Witchery, seek to assault after a long pause with this review of "In His Infernal Majesty's Service".