ALL Reviews

Released via High Roller Records on February 28th, Slaves Of Time is Stallion’s finest album thus far, and one of the strongest retro metal records h…
By on Feb 27, 2020
Out February 28th via Nuclear Blast Records, anyone with a passing fondness for rock or metal from the ‘70s or ‘80s should check out Aeromantic, the…
By on Feb 26, 2020
Telemark (Candlelight Records) is Ihsahn’s personal love letter to his roots, geographically and musically: five tracks that blend black metal, avant-…
By on Feb 26, 2020
Cathartic and beautifully pastoral, Bloem—set for release via Eisenwald—is the excellent third album from Dutch black metal group Fluisteraars.
By on Feb 25, 2020
On February 22, 2020, progressive metal masters Dream Theater put on a spectacular show at London’s Hammersmith Apollo showcasing Distance Over Time
By on Feb 24, 2020
Playful and energetic, yet buzzy and frenetic: Best Understood by Children and Animals, the latest offering from UK/German post-rock trio Parachute F…
By on Feb 24, 2020
Released on February 24, 1975, via Swan Song Records, Physical Graffiti, the sixth studio set from Led Zeppelin, marked the apex of the band’s impres…
By on Feb 23, 2020
Birds of Prey (Warner Bros. Pictures) is an absolute riot of a film, presenting an adrenaline-packed antidote to the setting superhero fatigue.
By on Feb 22, 2020
An album that satisfies the needs of black, death and progressive audiences, with a clear and intellectual concept that is somehow still a joy to lis…
By on Feb 20, 2020
Out February 1st via Heavy Psych Sounds, Fuck It is classic Mondo Generator with all the proverbial bells and whistles, and then some.
By on Feb 19, 2020
The next big name in French extreme metal should be Svart Crown, given the dazzling display of blackened death songwriting they deliver on their fift…
By on Feb 19, 2020
As evidenced by House Of Thieves, the latest EP by The Outlines, in the same vein as contemporaries like Fizzy Blood, this UK trio is maintaining a l…
By on Feb 18, 2020
Californian black-metaller turned folk star, Avi Kaplan drops his infectious and affectionate new EP, I’ll Get By, February 28th via Fantasy Records.…
By on Feb 18, 2020
Tales to Horrify (Pulverised Records) may entirely fail to horrify its intended target audience, but in doing so makes a bold statement regarding Oppo…
By on Feb 17, 2020
Nashville’s country-rockers, The Cadillac Three deliver their familiar brand of down-home, backwoods rock n’ roll with their newest album, Country Fu…
By on Feb 17, 2020
Released via Epic Records forty years ago this week (February 14, 1980), Heart’s fifth album, Bébé le Strange, was an instant Top Ten smash. It remai…
By on Feb 16, 2020
“Blood,” he first single from Kid Be Kid’s upcoming EP on Springstoff, Lovely Genders, is a bizarre, yet highly original blend of jazz, soul and beat…
By on Feb 12, 2020
Rian Johnson’s Knives Out (Lionsgate) is witty, sharp, and with more laugh-out-loud moments than you would otherwise expect from a whodunnit. It is als…
By on Feb 12, 2020
Ever been to a gig where you didn’t feel safe nor know a soul? Going Off would be playing that show. Listen to this Manchester-bred hardcore crew’s s…
By on Feb 11, 2020
Viva The Underdogs (Epitaph Records) captures Aussie metal titans Parkway Drive as they continue their meteoric rise to becoming one of the biggest mo…
By on Feb 11, 2020

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