ALL Reviews

True North (Century Media) is a far different beast to its predecessor, Winter Thrice; a fresh recollection of Borknagar’s early days, coming across a…
By on Oct 02, 2019
Out October 13th via H42 Records, English post-rock outfit Sons of Alpha Centauri flex their collaborative muscles on Buried Memories, partnering wit…
By on Oct 01, 2019
Post Malone’s newest album, Hollywood’s Bleeding (out September 6th via Republic Records), is a pop-centric, yet wholly original release epitomizing o…
By on Sep 30, 2019
Out October 4th on Agonia Records, Garden Of Storms is In Mourning’s finest album to date and is top-tier melodeath which should boost the bad to the…
By on Sep 30, 2019
Released 35 years ago this week (10.1.84) via Blackheart/MCA Records, Glorious Results of a Misspent Youth remains an essential title in Joan Jett’s
By on Sep 29, 2019
Morsifire, aka Andrew Seely, combines rap, hip-hop, and rock on the intensely personal track “77 Skeletons,” a tune which deals with the artist’s inte…
By on Sep 28, 2019
Out now via Metal Blade Records, DragonForce’s new album Extreme Power Metal is excessive, bold, huge, and lives up to its name.
By on Sep 27, 2019
The 50th anniversary re-release of The Beatles iconic Abbey Road album effectively showcases the band at the height of their powers, while also givin…
By on Sep 26, 2019
Riot Fest returned once again this year to sunny and spacious Douglas Park in Chicago from September 13th to 15th. We outline virtually all the highli…
By on Sep 26, 2019
In Cauda Venenum (Nuclear Blast Records) is the most cohesive, solid album that Opeth have ever released, and easily the best of their modern era.
By on Sep 26, 2019
Meteahnă Timpurilor (Avantgarde Music), the first album from Romania’s Sur Austru, continues where the legendary Negură Bunget left off with a continu…
By on Sep 25, 2019
With their new and sixth album Earthandsky (Rise RecordsOf Mice & Men hold fast to their roots while simultaneously soaring to new heights.
By on Sep 25, 2019
On their beautiful third album Rooh, aswekeepsearching help define India as a prime new arena for post-rock.
By on Sep 24, 2019
The Infernal Pathway (Season of Mist) is easily 1349’s most complex record yet, but the Norwegian quartet’s iconoclastic virulence is in no way dimini…
By on Sep 23, 2019
40 years following its initial release in September 1979 via Sire Records, the Ramones-led Rock ‘N’ Roll High School motion picture soundtrack album…
By on Sep 22, 2019
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
Season two of Netflix’s Mindhunter brings audiences face to face with some of America’s most notorious serial killers in this piercing procedural dram…
By on Sep 17, 2019

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