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.
Simply put, the series kicked off a boom in realistic, modern yakuza -- the Japanese mafia equivalent -- films within Japan.
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.
Not only is Tchami's Revelations EP suitable for the club life vibe, it also enforces the fact there is much more to his music than just a future house sensibility.
The new full-length by Pittsburgh-brewed Save Us From The Archon is an instrumental tour de force that knocks the listener on their ass before it soothes.
What Jericho is preaching often includes his shortcomings, emphasizing the mistakes he had made on the journey to get to where he is now.
The track serves up a pretty diligent grunge revival recipe, albeit this time around straying into more post-grunge territory which is uncharacteristic for the band.
Outsider sounds brighter, more energized and covers a broader spectrum of sound.
All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell is destined to satisfy long-time fans and promises to catapult PVRIS to a new level of stardom.
Renaissance in Extremis is a fine progressive metal album full of outstanding riffs, quieter moments and plenty of destruction.
Crammed full of feel-good tunes (a lot of which are about drinking), this release will uplift even the most miserable individual.
While Re-Animator has received the deluxe re-issue treatment before, this edition from Arrow Films features a lot of impressive bonus features.
Robert Pollard's ability to churn out music may be admirable and for the most part, How Do You Spell Heaven is a solid release.
With nothing but hype and praise surrounding this talented musician, we were able to get a glimpse into what impacts his cinematic songwriting with this exclusive list of Boy Epic's TOP 10 favourite movies!
If you are in dire need of a great Sunday drive but have nothing interesting to listen to, "Lonely Together" is your solution.
Surfer Blood's show on August 16th at the Hard Luck Bar was the act of a well-coordinated band who knows how to have a good time in an intimate venue.
Hard-hitting, groove-filled three-piece Puppet Kings are set to release their new EP, Very Cool & Groovy, on September 1 and, ahead of the release, the band have given us an exclusive track-by-track rundown.