ALL Album Review

The verdict is in — for those who crave the sonic crunch, Absolute (Rise Records), the latest from Kublai Khan TX is an “absolute” slam dunk.
By on Sep 20, 2019
Kadavar’s latest offering, For The Dead Travel Fast (Nuclear Blast Records) is the Halloween record to top them all; it is music that will thrill and…
By on Sep 19, 2019
Out September 20th via Metal Blade Records, A Dawn To Fear by Cult of Luna commands your focus and repays you with one of the most immersive and rewa…
By on Sep 18, 2019
ISON has easily produced the celestial ambient, post-rock album of 2019 with Inner – Space (Avantgarde Music), an astral journey that begs to be grasp…
By on Sep 17, 2019
England’s Winterfylleth present their first live album, The Siege of Mercia, on Candlelight Records and its success lies in its careful curation as a…
By on Sep 17, 2019
Released 40 years ago this week (September 17, 1979) via Columbia Records, Judas Priest’s breakthrough live album, Unleashed In The East has stood th…
By on Sep 15, 2019
Dismal Spells from the Dragonrealm by Finland’s Druadan Forest isn’t black metal, isn’t goth or darkwave, and most definitely isn’t your average ambie…
By on Sep 13, 2019
Tool are back with another complex and thought-provoking masterpiece, Fear Inoculum (RCA Records) and, in true Tool fashion, it will take hold of you…
By on Sep 12, 2019
The Cancer Sucks, Hardcore Doesn’t compilation is a storm in a bottle, and the fact that it helps support a cause on its own terms doesn’t hurt eithe…
By on Sep 12, 2019
Visceral Disgorge’s Slithering Evisceration (Agonia Records) is half an hour of whipping frenzy and furious savagery, snarling with hunger. Bascially,…
By on Sep 11, 2019
Iggy Pop’s newest record, Free (September 6, 2019, Caroline International/Loma Vista), has the aging rocker finding new corners of the musical univers…
By on Sep 09, 2019
Sleeker and sexier than previous Aerosmith efforts, Pump was crisp, concise and 100% fat-free. Three decades following its initial September 1989 rel…
By on Sep 08, 2019
In more ways than one, Charlie Cawood’s second solo album, Blurring into Motion (Bad Elephant Music), is a charming and engaging trip through contemp…
By on Sep 07, 2019
There are few doom metal albums that will be able to top Crypt Sermon’s The Ruins Of Fading Light (Dark Descent Records) in 2019. For fans of all thin…
By on Sep 06, 2019
Out September 6th via Iron Bonehead, Transfixion of Spirits, from Portugal’s Black Cilice, is a densely packed, visceral gut punch of longer form bla…
By on Sep 05, 2019
Voice of Opprobrium by Runespell on Iron Bonehead is a shining example of Australia’s burgeoning black metal scene and, while not the most novel album…
By on Sep 04, 2019
Cinematic instrumental band We Lost The Sea create an evocative apocalyptic landscape in their forthcoming release Triumph and Disaster, out October…
By on Sep 03, 2019
Released via Capitol Records 35 years ago this week (September 3, 1984), Iron Maiden’s fifth studio set, Powerslave, remains a fan favorite and conti…
By on Sep 01, 2019
When We Are Forgotten (Napalm Records) represents a honing of Imperium Dekadenz’ craft: atmospheric black metal that marries the emotional response of…
By on Aug 30, 2019
Margaret Chardiet returns yet again under Pharmakon, with another visceral sonic attack on the senses. Continuing to improve and refine her sound, Dev…
By on Aug 29, 2019

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