Ever wondered about the best-ever recipe for fluffy, buttery pancakes? Well, thanks to the brass-rock septet Stacked Like Pancakes, we’ve got the answer right here!
Ritualistic and far from deplorably simple, Vacvvm presents a new high for Balmog’s body of work.
Every dedicated metalhead is familiar with keyboard intros and interludes. After 20 minutes of blast beats and heavy riffage comes a minute long synth melody, conjuring images of foggy hills and grey skies. Enter, Dungeon Synth!
Orphaned Land and In Vain are the highlights from from an evening showcasing bands not afraid to span many diverse genres within metal.
We ranked Motionless in White’s six releases from worst to best, along with a short commentary, noteworthy tracks and more.
In 2013, Fort Rock was born in Fort Myers, FL: a city where live music is scarce and big names rarely visit.
Kicking off its second album with a song called “Dice Throwers and Rock n’ Rollers” almost has the band daring skeptics and critics to come at them (bro).
Our “Women of Rock” series continues thanks to Parisian-born musician Marie Seyrat, and one half of LA-based alt-folk duo Freedom Fry, who shares five “Women of Rock” that she's totally grooving on.
With Beloved Antichrist, Therion combines its penchant for classical music with its metal identity, with mixed results.
A very strong debut, and far greater than the sum of its influences, Glitter and Spit shows definitively that The Pearl Harts have a seriously good future ahead of them.
These Italians have no problem revealing to the world that what they do is little more than a re-hash of days gone by.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #4 features Corrosion of Conformity.
Kent bruisers Feed The Rhino have been quiet of late but, now, early on in 2018, they’re back with a bang.
Bringing the fire and fury of the Middle East, Ziggurat’s debut Ritual Miasmaa swirling and pummeling affair worthy of the ear.
As far as I am concerned, you cannot go wrong with Cause For Conflict, it is a classic banger that has gotten a bit of a face lift with amazing results.
TARLD’s third album does take blatant steps towards a more palpable and populist sound. However, there’s still a connection to punk rock’s rebellious underbelly which has the propensity to get lost behind the finely tuned sonics.
Bands like Necrophobic are putting every ounce of their black-hearted energy into truly hellish albums like Mark Of The Necrogram.
As a release on its own, The Crimson Idol still stands the test of time just as well as when it first came out 26 years ago, and has not aged a day in its composition and production – it's still a sure-fire hit.
If you’re into abrasive, groove-filled heavy metal then Final Drive may just be your favourite new band.