Revelation doesn't do much to add to deathcore's sound, but does it need to?
It's been a turbulent few weeks for the UK music world so it was a joy to see so many music fans enjoying the weather and an endless stream of punk, rock and hardcore as Slam Dunk returned for its 2017 event. We joined the masses in Leeds and you can read our review here...
Wonder Woman is a big, bold, and beautiful film bursting with both graceful light and intense darkness, but it is that duality that creates the never-ending battle between good and evil!
With their 9th album (and first with Cadence Records), the Headstones have gradually solidified themselves as a permanent presence in the Canadian rock music landscape.
They mix the Ramones with Blondie, but will Are You Listening?, the debut album from all-girl rockers The Franklys grab your attention? Read our review here...
Serious business for the bunch known as Moonbow, as their latest War Bear comes at you for both the good times and the summertime blues.
The early punk thrash fury of 'RRROOOAAARRR", that was Voivod's seminal follow-up to their now legendary debut 'War and Pain', gets the reissue treatment and goodies that it deserves after 3 decades of influence courtesy of BMG.
One of Voivod's all-time fan favorites finally sees the reissue light, courtesy of BMG; and Voivod's Killing Technology is still very much as awesome as when it first hit the scene 30 odd years ago.
Thanks to BMG, the ultimate sci-fi thrash classic in Dimension Hatross sees the light of day again, as Voivod's masterpiece originally by NOISE Records gets a great reissue treatment.
In our preview ahead of this year's Download Festival, we look at twelve bands you need to check out on the Dogtooth and Avalanche stages if you fancy discovering your new favourite band.
The bar for extreme metal in Poland has been set ridiculously high so how does this offering from death metal heavyweights H.A.T.E. hold up? Read our review to see...
After several days of torrential rain in Toronto, CBC Music Festival enjoyed a sunny, albeit cool day to kick off the summer music festival season.
Field Trip's Day Camp will once again offer a variety of programming perfectly suited to little ones that will also give their parents a chance to take a break from the 26 acts that will perform on two stages.
What do you get if you add Iron Maiden with doom? Well, judging by the new album from Below, the answer is something pretty awesome. Read our review here...
Alien: Covenant is the filmic equivalent of a greatest hits album made by someone with a flawed understanding of why fans love the band.
This weekend, buildings across Toronto are opening their doors to the public as part of Doors Open TO, giving them a sneak peek of the rarely seen corners of the cities' most captivating buildings.
Straddling the line between hard rock and metal, Through Fire's debut Breathe could be the start of a very healthy career. Read our review here...
War Machine is a movie made in a very modern sense in EVERY sense of the word. It’s a dramatic story for mature audiences that deals with everything from war, politics and economics, to sociology, culture and the media.
At the end of the day, The Evolution of a Cro-Magnon is a great read. It's not for the faint of heart, but it really takes the reader on a wild journey.
Many bands do something similar to what Volumes play but what is it that makes Different Animal stand out? Read our review to see...