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Given the less than compelling content seeping into the hard rock scene at the time, DIO’s The Last in Line was the right record at the right time whe…
By on Jun 30, 2019
Less an album than a magical ceremony, Heilung’s Futha, released on Season of Mist, is an evocative work that speaks to the subconscious far more than…
By on Jun 28, 2019
Out via Lacerated Enemy Records, South Africa’s Vulvodynia unleash 35 minutes of deathcore-leaning slamming, sonic brutality with Mob Justice.
By on Jun 28, 2019
(Hed) PE have come quite far since the early 2000s, allowing their music to breathe and evolve along the way. Out now via Suburban Noize Records / Pav…
By on Jun 27, 2019
Toy Story 4 makes a lot of great points about the current state of modern film. It’s a summer movie for anyone looking ahead, not behind them, for the…
By on Jun 26, 2019
The new EP Hostile by Calgary-based metalcore sextet Widmore keeps ticking all the boxes; If you like clean singing with your screaming, get into thi…
By on Jun 25, 2019
Pretties for You, the debut record from the legendary band Alice Cooper, is as “weird” today as when it first was released 50 years ago this week (Jun…
By on Jun 23, 2019
In its ninth year as a weekend rock festival, Welcome to Rockville has become recognized for its impressive lineup of bands, particularly headlining…
By on Jun 22, 2019
Help Me, I’m Alive, the new album from Hearken, is due on June 27th and, from start to finish, is carefully considered, skilfully presented, and very…
By on Jun 22, 2019
Norwegian melodic death metallers Haunted by Silhouettes drop a hard-hitting preview of their forthcoming album The Last Day on Earth (Rob Mules Reco…
By on Jun 21, 2019
Hollywood Vampires have gone beyond the covers and delivered a kick-ass album with their earMUSIC-released Rise. Supergroups have a habit of falling…
By on Jun 20, 2019
After four long years, X Ambassadors have returned with their latest album, Orion, via KIDinaKORNER and Interscope, and, despite a few instances of h…
By on Jun 20, 2019
The organisers of the Belgian black metal festival, Thronefest, may not invite or even encourage media attention, but they most definitely deserve it…
By on Jun 19, 2019
A Throne of Ash (Season of MistThis Gift Is A Curse.
By on Jun 19, 2019
Out now via Hyra Head, Cave In’s Final Transmission really reaches its stride when it steps out of the comforts of structure and expectation and veers…
By on Jun 19, 2019
Auric Gates of Veles, the latest album by Poland’s Hate for Metal Blade, delivers quality mid-tempo blackened death metal, with a focus on atmosphere…
By on Jun 18, 2019
Incredibly, on Steel Casket, Primitive Man have created something that is even more caustic than their debut and something that taps into a primal fe…
By on Jun 17, 2019
It was precisely the right record at precisely the right time. Released June 20th, 1989, the smash album from Faith No More, The Real Thing, still bi…
By on Jun 16, 2019
The Suns of Perdition I: War, Horrid War completely redefines Panzerfaust as game-changers in contemporary black metal with an album that combines com…
By on Jun 14, 2019
Out now via Third Man Records, recent The Raconteurs single “Help Me Stranger” opens like you are listening to an old blues 45 stuck in a groove form…
By on Jun 13, 2019

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