Review: Tomb Mold – Planetary Clairvoyance

Canadian Death Metal band Tomb Mold showed plenty of promising potential with the release of early demo tapes and their debut album...

Review: Woes – Awful Truth

Making waves in the steadily growing pop-punk scene is Scottish quartet Woes. Their latest record ‘Awful Truth’ was released on June 28th via UNFD....

Review: Power from Hell – Profound Evil Presence

Hailing from São Paolo in Brazil, Power from Hell have been around since 2001, notorious for their anti-Christian and BDSM-inspired Black Thrash...

Review: Teramaze – Are We Soldiers

Combining the fury of Post-Metal with the resurrected spirits of 90s Prog, Teramaze bring a diverse offerings that encompasses the many talents of its members.

Review: Vulture – Ghastly Waves and Battered Graves

High Speed Metal clearly meant to be performed live in tightly packed small dark venues with condensated beer and sweat dripping from the ceiling!

Review: Drown This City – Alpha // Survivor

There are a lot of exciting bands in Melbourne right now, and one of the stand outs is post-hardcore five piece Drown This...

Review: Nekrofilth – Love Me Like A Reptile

Words: Meghan Hall Colorado’s Thrash Metal outfit Nekrofilth’s new EP Love Me Like A Reptile offers covers from the...

Review: Gygax – High Fantasy

I knew Fantasy Metal existed but never really listened to it, mostly just Power Metal with its epic storylines and wild guitars...

Review: Shit Tinnies – Self-titled

Solid and tight with a traditional, bold and simplistic punk feel, Shit Tinnies take the “recorded in a garage” approach to production, with some nice embellishments to keep things interesting and fresh.

Review: Nucleus – Entity

US death metal outfit Nucleus’ latest effort offers an atmosphere of dread and oppression, which is suited well to their brand of sci-fi death...

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