ALL Reviews

Finland's Aethyrick offers up a ritualistic atmospheric black metal outing on Gnosis (The Sinister Flame), their second full-length, that is such a b…
By on Jan 23, 2020
The obsessive Mortiis fanbase will most probably find much to enjoy on Spirit Of Rebellion, and there are genuine fragments of inspired dungeon synth…
By on Jan 22, 2020
From the mind of The Safdie Brothers and starring Adam Sandler, Uncut Gems is a powerful, adrenaline pumping crime-thriller that is not for the faint…
By on Jan 22, 2020
Cult video status is something earned, not freely given - and Arrow Video’s Blu-ray re-release of Irvin Berwick’s Hitchhike to Hell unfortunately does…
By on Jan 21, 2020
Released officially via Real (UK) and Sire Records (US) 40 years ago this month, Pretenders, the debut record from The Pretenders was a brutal slab.…
By on Jan 19, 2020
The gorgeous restoration of 1987’s Paul Verhoeven classic, Robocop, by Arrow Video is money well spent in any format - “I’d buy that for a dollar!”
By on Jan 17, 2020
Anti-Flag return with their twelfth studio album, 20/20 Vision, out January 17th on Spinefarm Records, and it’s a politically-charged, raw and unapolo…
By on Jan 17, 2020
The latest offering fromm Sons Of Apollo, MMXX (Inside Out Music/Sony), is a fine example of what happens when you get five prog giants in a room and…
By on Jan 16, 2020
Norwegian loop-rocking Aiming for Enrike just delivered their new album, Music for Working Out (January 10, 2020, on Pekula Records) and it’s an exot…
By on Jan 15, 2020
Wormhole’s The Weakest Among Us (Lacerated Enemy Records) is an attack on the senses that, whilst not breaking any boundaries, still swings like an ang…
By on Jan 14, 2020
Permanent Waves (Mercury), was an important, transitional Rush record when it was released 40 years ago this week (January 14, 1980) — a platinum-sell…
By on Jan 12, 2020
Angelo G. Spenillo’s I Am A Professional Metalhead: How Heavy Metal Guided My Career Journey will make a worthy addition to any headbanger’s bookshelf.…
By on Jan 10, 2020
Haunt are a band to watch closely, and (Shadow Kingdom Records), one of the first trad metal releases of the year, looks to remain one of the top alb…
By on Jan 09, 2020
The Thelema-inspired doom of Caronte, with Schammasch’s ritualistic blackened death, rounded off by the no-nonsense black metal assault of Enthroned:…
By on Jan 09, 2020
Cleveland, Ohio’s Midnight step into the sophisticated-yet-gritty realms of death metal with their upcoming release, Rebirth by Blasphemy, out Januar…
By on Jan 08, 2020
With this 20th anniversary reissue via Napalm Records, Rebel Extravaganza has finally been given the time and care it craved, and Satyricon earn more…
By on Dec 24, 2019
Blackberry Smoke has built a cult following, and with Homecoming: Live in Atlanta (3 Legged Records) there’s no lack of butt shaking, pot smoking and…
By on Dec 21, 2019
In their impressive debut via Transcending Obscurity Records, the Portuguese atmospheric death/doom outfit OAK have shown their worth and then some.…
By on Dec 20, 2019
Svarttjern remain dedicated to True Norwegian Black Metal and, if anything, are even more steadfast in their delivery of fast, heavy paeans to ancient…
By on Dec 20, 2019
The 1987 film reinterpretation of the 1979 classic gothic horror novel, Flowers in the Attic, has met mixed reviews over time: from praise for its cr…
By on Dec 18, 2019

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