Moretta’s self-released album, What’s Left Means Nothing, shows promise, but the clean vocals could prove a sticking point.
Definitely a record listeners will discover new elements on with every spin.
If you want to know what's going on with Zero Days... well, it's a definitive Prong album out on Steamhammer and there are ample reasons to hear it.
Northern Irish punk rock pioneers celebrate their 40th anniversary with a live album release of their annual St. Patrick's Day gig at the famous Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow -- and it rocks.
If Hikari was a sushi roll, your head would explode. I’ll just leave it at that.
Prologue may only feature four tracks, but like the seas, this is a record that proves dangerous, powerful and calm.
Starting with an honest-to-God kick in the face, "Seizure and Desist" is a snapshot of what the band is all about. It's fast, aggressive, and doesn't sacrifice melody for brutality.
Croydon three-piece bring riffs the size of elephants on their new album Live & Learn. Read our review of their new offering here...
With Chaos & Bliss, The One Hundred have produced a record that provides an excellent soundtrack for the current mood. Read our review here...
Is Livid's first full-length record worth a buy? Find out in our review.
The latest effort from Portugal. The Man is a hit and miss affair where, for the most part, the hits far outweigh the misses.
From EP releases to their debut album proper for Holy Roar Records, Wren show a powerful hand for post-metal and the like with the noteworthy and moving Auburn Rule.
This EP is a different and welcome batch of songs by El Ten Eleven that sees them trying something new with success, while still remaining true to their sound.
Much like a Broadway musical or opera, there’s something theatrical about Vanish’s upcoming release From Sheep To Wolves.
A new EP from WA metal-twisters He Whose Ox Is Gored, is always a bright shiny (and very loud) ball that begs you to play with it; so we did, happily.
This band wants the big time bad, and trust me, they have the goods to just take it from who or whomever.
From top to bottom, Death is a great addition to the band's staggering discography.
Dream Alive is a great, fun record that will likely stand as one of the best of its genre at the end of the year.
Long-time Florida power duo Guillermo and Arturo (aka Cave of Swimmers) are back laying down the metal while shining like their new single's namesake The Sun.
It may only be two tracks, but these are two of the best extreme metal tracks you'll hear this year.