ALL Reviews

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
With over 50 bands performing at Louder Than Life, Louisville, Kentucky’s premiere metal and hard rock festival, we’ve curated a list of 10 acts to d…
By on Sep 02, 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
If UK black metal built around the sparing, yet tasteful application of keyboards over fairly complex guitar passages with occasional clean, operatic…
By on Aug 28, 2019
Due September 27th via Tenacity Music, Voice of Ruin’s Acheron has an anthemic feel throughout. This is a big album that deserves international recogn…
By on Aug 27, 2019
Kali Yuga Crown (Werewolf Records), from Australia’s Advent Sorrow, combines misanthropic fury and crushing despair in guitar-led compositions topped…
By on Aug 26, 2019
Although Pat Benatar’s status as a trailblazing music icon is cemented, 40 years later, a compelling case can be made for her debut set, In the Heat…
By on Aug 25, 2019
Melodeath kings Insomnium have unveiled a poignant music video for instant anthem “Valediction,” a new single and first preview of the band’s forthco…
By on Aug 24, 2019
Melodic death metallers In Mourning have unleashed a “Black Storm” with their atmospheric new track and, if it’s any indication of the overall qualit…
By on Aug 23, 2019
Taking over the Golden Gate Park for the 12th year, Outside Lands transformed the park’s peaceful escape from busy city life to a bustling space full…
By on Aug 23, 2019
Most things just die in the deserts of Arizona…however, with Awakening, the new album due August 23rd via Metal Blade Records, Sacred Reich has found…
By on Aug 22, 2019
Russian atmospheric black metal two-piece Grima evoke the Siberian winter at every turn on Will of the Primordial, their latest record on Naturmacht…
By on Aug 21, 2019
Chicago noise collective, meth. have returned with their new album Mother of Red Light (Prosthetic Records), and it is insane! If you don’t finish yo…
By on Aug 20, 2019
While blackcore may not be a thing, American deathcore outfit Carnifex definitely hint at the potential of the genre’s existence on World War X, thei…
By on Aug 19, 2019
An homage to his native Detriot, Alice Cooper’s newest EP Breadcrumbs - out September 13th via earMUSIC - is a rockin’ testament to his enduring love…
By on Aug 19, 2019
Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time...In Hollywood - starring Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio and Margot Robbie - is out now via Columbia Pictures, and although…
By on Aug 16, 2019
Out August 16th via Epitaph Records, Off With Their Heads’ Be Good is not only the band's finest work to date but also one of the best albums the punk…
By on Aug 15, 2019
Saying goodbye to the Vans Warped Tour after 25 years is hard, but Founder Kevin Lyman sent fans out in a phenomenal way. Catherine Patchell looks at…
By on Aug 14, 2019

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