ALL Reviews

If you’re searching for a metal album this year that marches to its own d-beat and kicks ass on every level, look no further than Old Star (Peacevill…
By on Jun 10, 2019
An amazing 15 years after its initial U.S. release (June 15, 2004, via Island), Hot Fuss, the debut slab from Vegas-bred rock darlings, The Killers,…
By on Jun 09, 2019
Out June 14th via Abraxan Hymns, Baroness’ Gold & Grey is a staggering effort by a band that simply refuses to give up and seeks to both progress and s…
By on Jun 07, 2019
Europe is pretty spoiled for extreme music festivals these days, but don’t let SYLAK Open Air slip under your radar. This small, friendly and eclecti…
By on Jun 07, 2019
Out now via Season of Mist, GastiR - Ghosts Invited shows a mellower, gentler Gaahl compared to previous work. But don’t let this never seen side foo…
By on Jun 07, 2019
Heavy is the currency of the future, and MTXS are gonna be rich. Check out Ache, the most intense thing to come out of England since the Poll Tax.
By on Jun 04, 2019
Celebrating its 25th anniversary this week (June 7, 1994), Stone Temple Pilot’s sophomore set, Purple, remains an important, fresh and vibrant record…
By on Jun 02, 2019
Featuring Twenty One Pilots, Tame Impala Logic and a whole comedy stage, this year’s edition of Boston Calling Music Festival delivered a mostly enjoy…
By on Jun 01, 2019
Due June 7th via Listenable Records, Bury The Pain is a solid, enjoyable thrash album that should ensure Xentrix a warm welcome back to festival stag…
By on Jun 01, 2019
Drone is a genre that requires patience, so set yourself down on the porch, get the speakers going, and let the sunset wash over you with Earth’s Full…
By on May 31, 2019
L.A.’s Pete Wilde dropped his debut album, Sugar & Smoke, on April 5th via 88 Jump and now joins us for an incredible guest blog wherein he reminds us…
By on May 31, 2019
Combichrist deal with staples in the industrial thematic library, confronting inner demons, politics, nihilism and dystopia, in their signature electr…
By on May 31, 2019
Ryan Meyers, the mind behind the emo/punk band Figure Eight, gives us a track-by-track look deep into the new record Any Given Flower, along with an e…
By on May 30, 2019
Seemannsgarn (AFM Records), Tanzwut’s eleventh album in twenty years, follows a similar formula to the Neue Deutsche Härte-meets-metal-meets-medieval-…
By on May 30, 2019
South African rockers Deity’s Muse raise a new level of proggy goodness with their latest EP, Lungs Full; it’s bloody marvelous!
By on May 29, 2019
Minneapolis metalcore quartet Odds of an Afterthought give a track-by-track rundown of their triumphant five song EP, Through Eyes of Change.
By on May 29, 2019
As part of our TOP 10 series, cover band Handsome Young Ladies runs down their 10 most impactful cover songs, including Nirvana,
By on May 28, 2019
Cages (New Age Records) packs a lot of brilliant, inspiring stuff into only thirteen minutes. Redbait is a profoundly important band, deep in the tren…
By on May 28, 2019
Portugese rockers Pântano lend vocalist Nuno Rodrigues for a Guest Blog to dish on the band’s video for “Solitude.”
By on May 27, 2019
With GastiR - Ghosts Invited (Season of Mist), Ghaals WYRD is breaking rules and stepping past what is currently termed “post black metal” to create…
By on May 27, 2019

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