Due via Frontiers Music, the latest slab from Quiet Riot, One Night In Milan, delivers a satisfying dose of aural adrenaline for those who still crave “the noize.”
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.
As a stoner fanboy, Seasons ticks a lot of bell-bottom boxes, but the delicate chaos makes for an uneven listen. That said, Ruff Majik are a easily on of the top bands in the country that are worth watching as they grow into a monster.
“Industrial came about because a bunch of British avant-garde artists got tired of strictly doing street performance and wanted to start a band.” So begins our latest installment of A Ridiculously Short History of...; this time around, INDUSTRIAL!
Out now via Steamhammer, Partisan demonstrates that Sodom have got through what could have been a risky period, emerging in fine form and with fire in their hearts.
A fitting celebration of twenty years in the music industry, 'Twenty' is a suitably nostalgic trip for fans of emo kings Taking Back Sunday while, at the same time, setting things up nicely for the future.
Flotsam and Jetsam, always on the cusp of thrash greatness, pair up AFM Records and deliver The End of Chaos, an exceptional album that’s their best to date when it comes to technical prowess.
Thirteen albums into their career and, following the tragic death of frontman Brett Hoffmann, death metal stalwarts Malevolent Creation regrouped and have returned with The 13th Beast, their most savage offering to date.
Viewed holistically, Nyctophilia’s Ad Mortem Et Tenebrae is an enjoyable black metal listen, but not a memorable one, despite its authentic efforts at second-wave mimicry.
Instrumental jam band Lotus lent us two of their members to list the six most influential songs and albums that helped inspire their newest record, Frames Per Second.
From the multi-talented Noctis comes Nachteule’s new release, Bergdorf, via Wolfspell Records. A beautifully atmospheric journey which requests to be savoured with your full attention.
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.
To give you something extremely exclusive, and unique to only industrial metal band Porn, the French musicians listed their Top 10 most controversial, or racy, music videos from artists they love.
Mixing hip-hop, punk, metal and lashings of unbridled vitriol, Strength In Numb333rs, the debut album from Fever 333 is exactly the kind of album that sums up the unrest drenching America. Read our thoughts on one of the most exciting albums of the year.
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.
Set It Off are dropping their Fearless Records debut, Midnight, on February 1st, and we have the band’s vocalist, Cody Carson, joining us to list his Top 5 most anticipated video games of 2019.
In a special guest blog, Californian rockers The Silent Comedy offer an inside look at the photography and packaging included with the masterful piece of artistic creation that is their new record, Enemies Multiply.
On their second full-length, Earthbeat, due via Tenacity Music, Switzerland’s Colossus Fall successfully manage to combine progressive metal’s discordant experimentalism and sludge’s filthy riffs with the infectious, driving urgency of hardcore.
Penny Marshallwas a champion for equal rights not to mention an amazing artist; showcasing a wide array of colors in her palette. Take your pick of some of the greatest comedies and dramas of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, she directed them all!
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.