ALL Reviews

With this 20th anniversary reissue via Napalm Records, Rebel Extravaganza has finally been given the time and care it craved, and Satyricon earn more…
By on Dec 24, 2019
Blackberry Smoke has built a cult following, and with Homecoming: Live in Atlanta (3 Legged Records) there’s no lack of butt shaking, pot smoking and…
By on Dec 21, 2019
In their impressive debut via Transcending Obscurity Records, the Portuguese atmospheric death/doom outfit OAK have shown their worth and then some.…
By on Dec 20, 2019
Svarttjern remain dedicated to True Norwegian Black Metal and, if anything, are even more steadfast in their delivery of fast, heavy paeans to ancient…
By on Dec 20, 2019
The 1987 film reinterpretation of the 1979 classic gothic horror novel, Flowers in the Attic, has met mixed reviews over time: from praise for its cr…
By on Dec 18, 2019
Polish black metal legends Arkona have been infecting underground airwaves with frigid, uncompromising evil across six full-length albums, culminatin…
By on Dec 18, 2019
Out now on Cleopatra Entertainment, Humble Pie’s three-disc rerelease, The Life and Times of Steve Marriott, is a combination of some strong parts bu…
By on Dec 17, 2019
Hard-hitting rock veterans "DEMONS" return with Kiss Off, an album that demonstrates the band further earning their keep, even if they don’t owe anyo…
By on Dec 17, 2019
The Comforting Grip of Misery is dark, poignant, yet also in the context of atmospheric black metal/DSBM, beautiful. With this record, it’s clear And…
By on Dec 16, 2019
Stone Sour are a modern hard rock success story and, with Hello, You Bastards: Live In Reno (Cooking Vinyl), they show that they are always a force to…
By on Dec 13, 2019
New on Redefining Darkness Productions, Saprophytic Divinations by Colorado-based Helleborus is a gorgeously constructed, polished production contain…
By on Dec 13, 2019
Riptide Music Festival was back for another year of fun in the sun in Fort Lauderdale, thanks to 104.3 The Shark. Featuring The Killers, Switchfoot, a…
By on Dec 11, 2019
Ministry’s Prescripture: The Visual History (Melodic Virtue) is a beautifully designed, fully authorized visual history of the career of a brilliant ba…
By on Dec 06, 2019
From The Grave (Victory Records) is a fresh burst of metallic, infinitely New York hardcore with esoteric flair that will knock you off your seat and…
By on Dec 06, 2019
The reissue of Stab Wounds by Germany's Dark Fortress is not only a worthy addition to any black metal library, this remastered version is a great ex…
By on Dec 05, 2019
Tiger Army returned to the UK after a three-year hiatus to the joy of fans old and new. Along for the ride was the Finish post-punk outfit Grave Pleas…
By on Dec 05, 2019
Exploring uncharted waters while remaining true to their original sound, Caronte has delivered an excellent doom metal album in Wolves of Thelema (Vá…
By on Dec 05, 2019
All This For Nothing has made a passionate album with Reverence; a collection of special music made by special musicians who deserve all the love comi…
By on Dec 05, 2019
Ford v Ferrari - out November 15th via 20th Century Fox and starring Christian Bale and Matt Damon - is so much more than a sports flick about winning…
By on Dec 04, 2019
L’héritage du monde, the debut album on Sepulchral Productions from Quebec’s Trépas, is an exhausting experience, but one that invokes sense memory be…
By on Dec 04, 2019

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