ALL Reviews

25 years following its November 1, 1994 release via DGC Records, Nirvana’s MTV Unplugged in New York remains an important, timeless record that points…
By on Nov 03, 2019
Out via I, Voidhanger Records, Midnight Odyssey’s Biolume Part 1 - In Tartarean Chains is a mammoth undertaking by a master of the art of one-man blac…
By on Nov 02, 2019
Angel Witch’s new Metal Blade Records release, Angel Of Light, is the true return of a band that many might have overlooked over the years, but this a…
By on Nov 02, 2019
25 years following its initial Atlantic Records release, the motion picture soundtrack to The Crow stands tall, apart from the film, as a timeless, a…
By on Oct 31, 2019
The Black Consecration, the fifth full-length from Spain’s Noctem, hammers home the perfect black metal argument for Art Gates Records: death, darknes…
By on Oct 31, 2019
Unus (Season of Mist), the sixth full-length album by Canadian group Necronomicon is a powerful piece of Lovecraftian death metal, but its impact is l…
By on Oct 31, 2019
Anti-fascist black metal is a growing genre, and Liverpool’s Dawn Ray’d are leading the charge. Their second album, Behold Sedition Plainsong (Prosth…
By on Oct 30, 2019
Endurance (Tenacity Music) is an appropriate title for the seventh album from MXD, the Swiss electro-industrial outfit who have been navigating the un…
By on Oct 30, 2019
Accomplished Canadian singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Lindsay Schoolcraft self-released her debut album, Martyr, on October 11th, and t…
By on Oct 29, 2019
Released via Southern Lord Recordings, Pyroclasts is extremely heavy, bold, and the record that Sunn O))) have been working towards over the past dec…
By on Oct 29, 2019
Machine Head’s newest single, “Do or Die” (out October 11th on Imperium X/Nuclear Blast), is a killer song, but Robb Flynn’s poseur-egomaniac act isn’…
By on Oct 29, 2019
Ending a year that has seen them sell out multiple UK headline tours and open for P!nk on her UK stadium tour, Doncaster pop-rockers Bang Bang Romeo
By on Oct 29, 2019
Fans were “Crying” for more! Ambient rock group, Cigarettes After Sex (Partisan Records) brought their North American tour to Toronto’s Danforth Musi…
By on Oct 28, 2019
Portland-based photographer Peter Beste’s latest book release, Defenders of the Faith (Sacred Bones), is less a photo essay and more an anthropologic…
By on Oct 28, 2019
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of “The Year of Motörhead,” Sanctuary Records / BMG has just dropped 1979, an exhaustive and impressive, multi-di…
By on Oct 27, 2019
Standard song structures and some very rock-like riffing make Hallucinogen (Debemur Morti Productions) a Blut Aus Nord for beginners; a primer, if yo…
By on Oct 26, 2019
Alcest’s latest offering, Spiritual Instinct (Nuclear Blast Records), is an emotional caravan through the individual psyche that will leave you spent…
By on Oct 26, 2019
Múspellzheimr remind us on Lunar Apparition and Amor Fati’s re-release of Hyldest til Troldommens Flamme that the frozen north is not just a state, bu…
By on Oct 25, 2019
I’m Alive (Metal Blade Records) is as important a live album for Cirith Ungol now as it would have been 30 years ago. Head-banging fury with no holds…
By on Oct 25, 2019
Mayhem have produced an album of legendary quality with Daemon (Century Media Records), music that will both excite the fan and entice the novice.
By on Oct 24, 2019

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