ALL Album Review

Disharmony take us on a trip down Hellenic Black metal memory lane on Messe de Minuit, their latest album on Iron Bonehead: but while the key arrangem…
By on Nov 21, 2019
Out November 8th via Eagle Rock Entertainment, The Rolling Stones have hit pay dirt once again with Bridges to Buenos Aires, a live release from thei…
By on Nov 20, 2019
Raised Fist delivered Anthems on November 15th via Epitaph, and the strong album is full of catchy riffs and sing-along lyrics; they promised anthems,…
By on Nov 19, 2019
In 1969, few American rock acts were exploding like Creedence Clearwater Revival. To commemorate this momentous 50th anniversary, Craft Recordings ha…
By on Nov 17, 2019
Out November 15th via Century Media Records, Swedish metalheads Tribulation have created a live document that will stand the test of time with Alive…
By on Nov 14, 2019
Promising to deliver exactly what you would expect from Quiet Riot, the band’s latest Frontiers Music s.r.l. record, Hollywood Cowboys, scratches tha…
By on Nov 12, 2019
After 15 years, Tsunami Bomb are well and truly back with The Spine That Binds (Alternative Tentacles), an album that proves the band are still capab…
By on Nov 11, 2019
Released 25 years ago this week (November 8, 1994), via Mercury Records, Cinderella’s fourth studio set, Still Climbing, remains an impressive piece…
By on Nov 10, 2019
Neil Young & Crazy Horse are back with their newest record, Colorado - out October 25th via Reprise Records - and it’s a solid mix of good ol’ knee sla…
By on Nov 08, 2019
Zakk Wylde’s Pride & Glory side project is reliving their glory days with a deluxe reissue of their self-titled album, out October 25th on eOne Music, t…
By on Nov 07, 2019
Hamilton, Ontario’s metalcore dynamos Counterparts just dropped their newest record, Nothing Left to Love, on November 1st via Pure Noise Records, an…
By on Nov 06, 2019
Florida’s self-described “psychedelic island-fusion jam band,” Lights Out Project, scores big with their debut record, Reverse The System - an impres…
By on Nov 04, 2019
Out via Season Of Mist, Nug So Vile is simply another fantastic death metal album from Cannabis Corpse that will raise your horns, and the THC level…
By on Nov 04, 2019
25 years following its November 1, 1994 release via DGC Records, Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged in New York remains an important, timeless record that points…
By on Nov 03, 2019
Out via I, Voidhanger Records, Midnight Odyssey’s Biolume Part 1 - In Tartarean Chains is a mammoth undertaking by a master of the art of one-man blac…
By on Nov 02, 2019
Angel Witch’s new Metal Blade Records release, Angel Of Light, is the true return of a band that many might have overlooked over the years, but this a…
By on Nov 02, 2019
25 years following its initial Atlantic Records release, the motion picture soundtrack to The Crow stands tall, apart from the film, as a timeless, a…
By on Oct 31, 2019
The Black Consecration, the fifth full-length from Spain’s Noctem, hammers home the perfect black metal argument for Art Gates Records: death, darknes…
By on Oct 31, 2019
Unus (Season of Mist), the sixth full-length album by Canadian group Necronomicon is a powerful piece of Lovecraftian death metal, but its impact is l…
By on Oct 31, 2019
Anti-fascist black metal is a growing genre, and Liverpool’s Dawn Ray’d are leading the charge. Their second album, Behold Sedition Plainsong (Prosth…
By on Oct 30, 2019

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