ALL Reviews

Dune Rats have made another banger of a party album. Just lurking under the surface though, Hurry Up and Wait (BMG) is a record reflecting on where th…
By on Feb 03, 2020
The UK metal scene has sorely missed Sylosis these last five years, and Cycle Of Suffering, out February 7th on Nuclear Blast, marks a triumphant ret…
By on Feb 03, 2020
Released 40 years ago this week (Feb. 4, 1980) via Sire Records, End of the Century, the fifth studio album from the Ramones barely grazed the “Billb…
By on Feb 02, 2020
Under the glitter and the outrageous costumes, Germany’s punk rocking Eat Lipstick delivers a raucous, fun album with the thoroughly enjoyable New Wi…
By on Jan 31, 2020
While Porta Nigra’s overall style and back catalogue has them occupying a place in the black metal archives, this latest record, Schöpfungswut (Souls…
By on Jan 30, 2020
Twin Peaks set the standard for watercooler television when it originally aired almost 30 years ago. The show’s first season is arguably some of the b…
By on Jan 29, 2020
Take an uncompromising wall of guitar sound mixed over a tumult of ferocious drumming, mix in ritual magick and season with a touch of bodily discomf…
By on Jan 29, 2020
Miles Davis’ Music From and Inspired By ‘Birth Of The Cool’ (Legacy Recordings) is more than a mere soundtrack – it is a celebration of one of the grea…
By on Jan 28, 2020
A mixed bag of metal styles, from thrash to black-n-roll, on the Nijmegen leg of Abbath’s Outstrider (Season of Mist) tour with 1349, Vltimas and Nucl…
By on Jan 28, 2020
If you have never had the opportunity to catch Sloppy Seconds live, this Live - No Time For Tuning reissue via Failure Records & Tapes is close enough…
By on Jan 28, 2020
Recorded and produced at Easy Eye Studio in Nashville by Black Keys frontman Dan Auerbach, Marcus King’s latest release El Dorado (Fantasy Records) r…
By on Jan 27, 2020
One of the last great records of the arena rock era, Stick It to Ya, the debut album from Slaughter, was an instant smash when it was released via Ch…
By on Jan 26, 2020
France’s Necrowretch are at the absolute top of their death-metal game with their newest album, The Ones from Hell, out February 14th via Season of M…
By on Jan 24, 2020
Kirk Windstein’s Dream In Motion (eOne) is a timeless album from a man that isn’t afraid to put himself on full display for all to see, and will satisf…
By on Jan 23, 2020
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

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