Review: Lagerstein – 25/7

Pirate Metal was a rather bizarre little niche sub-sub-genre of an already somewhat niche sub-genre that emerged as melodic folky elements and...

Review: Killswitch Engage – ‘Atonement’

Killswitch Engage’s eighth studio album, ‘Atonement’, is the culmination of a turbulent two-year period, with the initial concepts being kicked around as far back...

Review: Phobia – Generation Coward

Words: Brady Irwin In the day and age where everyone equipped with a set of keys and an LCD...

Review: Lavinia – Sallowed

Depressing music is hit-or-miss for me, and my enjoyment of it often depends on where I am emotionally. If life is going badly...

Review: Ungfell – Tôtbringære

As a part of the musicians' collective Helvetic Underground Committee, the Swiss folk-and-folklore-influenced Black Metal duo Ungfell have been highly productive regarding...

Review: Disentomb – The Decaying Light

If you’re aware of Brisbane “sloom” kings Disentomb, then you know that they can be quite the gluttons for slamming brutality. However,...

Review: The Billion Trillions – The Billion Trillions

Norway’s The Billion Trillions are, ironically, a fairly understated band – although I’m not sure if that’s intentional or not. Playing loosely...

Review: Project 34 – Vol. 2

Words: Alasdair Belling There seems to be an obsession within the Metal world now of the dark, grim, indeed...

Review: Northlane – Alien

Words by Paul MacFarlan I’ve come to the conclusion that with all of the Area 51 stuff floating around...

Single Review: Neo Relic – Remember Me

A sonic rollercoaster of light and darkness showcasing the versatility of one of Melbourne’s rising Progressive stars.

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