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On their new Sludgelord Records release, Ocean is More Ancient Than The Mountains, Chicago’s Plague of Carcosa delve deeper into the dark minds of Lo…
By on Jul 20, 2019
“Sage,” featuring Elijah Badua, is as much a meditative experience as an organic celebration and a welcome addition to the eclectic Beats Antique lib…
By on Jul 19, 2019
It was a great celebration of female contributions to modern music July 14th at Budweiser Stage in Toronto with Ann and Nancy Wilson's Heart bringing…
By on Jul 18, 2019
By exposing her hurt, Kristin Hayter aka Lingua Ignota reassures others who have similarly suffered. Out via Profound Lore Records on July 19th, her…
By on Jul 17, 2019
J. Cole’s Dreamville collective is back with another installment in their “Revenge” series, having dropped the phenomenal and groundbreaking record, Re…
By on Jul 16, 2019
Recordead Live - Sextourism in Z7 (AFM Records) is the heralded arrival of Lordi’s live show in record form, and, although the album may not be the be…
By on Jul 15, 2019
In the late ‘70s, REO Speedwagon were the crowned “Kings of American Hard Rock.” And no other record found in their impressive catalog screams that p…
By on Jul 14, 2019
The 25th Anniversary version of Vans Warped Tour was something unique. Handfuls of bands took to four stages under the summer heat on one of the nast…
By on Jul 13, 2019
Out July 12th via Metal Blade, Batushka’s Hospodi is a really dark and zealous foray into deep religious territory, complete with mountains of riffs…
By on Jul 12, 2019
Out July 12th via Relapse Records, Admission is the Torche album that will finally get a criminally underrated band the recognition they sorely deser…
By on Jul 11, 2019
Due July 26th via Relapse Records, Austin, Texas noise rockers Cherubs return with Immaculada High, an album which holds some of the trio’s most pote…
By on Jul 11, 2019
French metal titans Gojira, still supporting 2016’s Roadrunner release Magma, tore apart the UK on their recent tour with Rolo Tomassi, and we were t…
By on Jul 10, 2019
Running Out of Time Doing Nothing by The Meads of Asphodel is a deeply personal album, full of opinions with a strong introspective slant and influenc…
By on Jul 10, 2019

The second full-length solo project from Norway’s Abbath, Outstrider (Season of Mist), is a shining example of what black ‘n roll should be: a balance…

By on Jul 09, 2019
The landmark Kinks album, Low Budget, buzzed with crisp, relevant social commentary when it was released forty years ago this week via Arista Records
By on Jul 07, 2019
Sabaton’s new Nuclear Blast-released album, The Great War, manages to deliver as an intriguing and well-composed record that will surely delight battl…
By on Jul 05, 2019
Twenty years ago Electric Frankenstein released How To Make A Monster. Relieving the record through the lens of the 20th anniversary edition (Victory…
By on Jul 04, 2019
3Teeth’s Metawar (Century Media) tells of a band grown comfortable in their technical abilities as the they comfortably mesh the traditional industrial…
By on Jul 03, 2019
UK rock trio, Jack Rabbit Slams, like to pack their songs full of catchy riffs as you can hear on their new single "Crackerjack" so we spoke to the b…
By on Jul 02, 2019
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

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