Whitechapel’s newest effort, The Valley - via Metal Blade Records - is a solid album from a band that not only melts faces, but continues to evolve and stay relevant.
Out January 25th on Century Media, Swallow the Sun’s new album, When A Shadow Is Forced Into The Light, is a mournful, emotional journey of epic proportions.
Soilwork’s newest entry in their catalogue of unique death metal, Verkligheten - out January 11th on Nuclear Blast - is yet another solid outing that’s well worth checking out.
Heavy Duty: Days and Nights in Judas Priest is a decent read with a lovely overview of the early history of a legendary heavy metal band.
Songs for the Dead Live, out January 25, 2019 on Metal Blade Records, is the ultimate treat for King Diamond fans and an absolute must-have. Do not miss this one!
Trollwar’s Oath of the Storm proudly waves the folk-metal banner and suggests this band is destined for truly great things.
Extinction(s), out November 23rd via Century Media, is the seventh studio album from metal heavyweights Unearth, and it proves, once again, that the group is still a force to be reckoned with.
Challenging metalcore convention, Silent Planet and Solid State Records combine for the group’s heavy-yet-complex third album, When the End Began.
Michael Hebb’s Let’s Talk About Death (Over Dinner), published on October 2nd by Da Capo Lifelong Books, is a great read with lots of practical information about a taboo subject, and it is sure to leave readers with much to think about.
Revocation dropped their newest release, The Outer Ones, September 28th on Metal Blade Records, and it’s a phenomenal, massive slab of metal destined to exceed even the wildest of expectations.
Shadow Work, out October 26th on Century Media, is a beautiful swan song from the amazing, classically-trained operatic voice of the late Warren Dale.
Courtesy of Nuclear Blast, Ritual, the eleventh studio record from metal legends Soulfly, is a solid, grooving record that incorporates everything we have come to expect from this great band.
The Tasmanian devils, Psycroptic, are back with a new molten slab of technical death metal - As the Kingdom Drowns, out November 9th on Prosthetic Records - that is guaranteed to melt your face, make your ears bleed, and have you begging for more.
Rocking since the ‘80s glam metal scenes, Electric Boys are set to release their solid, catchy album, The Ghose Ward Diaries, November 23rd through Mighty Music.
Korpiklaani released their thirteenth(!) studio album, Kulkija, September 7th on Nuclear Blast, and the mature, introspective release suggests a creative and musical growth from these Finnish folk metal legends.
Full Circle: The Birth, Death & Rebirth of Circle of Dust, out September 21st courtesy of FixT and Celldweller Productions, takes viewers on an in-depth journey into the highly influential industrial metal act Circle of Dust.
Chicago’s The Skull is releasing their sophomore album, The Endless Road Turns Dark, via Tee Pee Records on September 7th and it’s a doom metal treat sure to please fans of all ages.
Since 1993, Cleveland, Ohio group Mushroomhead have been bringing their hybrid theatrical brand of metal to the masses, and their newest DVD release Volume III is a must-have for fans of the band and/or any general fans of horror and aggressive music.
New Gods, out September 7th on The End Records, is the newest release from Canadian trio Cauldron, and it’s another solid entry in their catalogue of straightforward, unpretentious classic heavy metal.
Japanese dance/metalcore act Crossfaith dive into their usual EDM/metalcore blend with their fifth album, “Ex Machina“ and, while occasionally on-point, the album suffers overall from too many forgettable moments.