Review: Children of Bodom – Hexed

For nearly three decades, scythe swinging Finnish metal act Children Of Bodom have honed in on their masterful blend of melodic death...

Review: Front Line Assembly – Wake Up The Coma

Having released their soundtrack to the video game AirMech Wastelands, ‘WarMech,’ only last year, Front Line Assembly are back one again with a new album...

Review: Alien Weaponry – Tū

Nothing makes me happier than seeing a group of young guns carrying the torch for heavy metal. It is clear that the sounds of...

Review: Within Temptation – Resist

It has been five long years since Within Temptation’s last release “Hydra”. As many of you may know, Sharon den Adel during...

Review: Monuments – Phronesis

Monuments are back. Once one of the leading bands in the progressive metalcore/djent movement, the band took a break to focus on their personal...

Review: Toska – Fire By The Silos

Following on from their brilliant 2016 EP “Ode to the Author” and the subsequent live version being released early last year, UK progressive instrumental...

Review: Pendulum – The Reworks

Hearing the legendary Australian/UK drum n bass entity Pendulum were officially reuniting and performing shows together was easily one of the best news of...

Review: Alkaline Trio – Is This Thing Cursed?

On their ninth release since forming in 1996, Alkaline Trio are ready to show that they're back in full force. While vocalist/guitarist Matt Skiba...

Review: Beartooth – Disease

If Beartooth’s previous releases were about Caleb Shomo’s struggle with depression, then the third full-length album, ‘Disease’, is him accepting that the dark might...

Review: Bad Wolves – Disobey

After an explosive burst onto the scene out of nowhere with their cover of The Cranberries’ Zombie which has sparked over fifty-nine million views...

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Review: Pelican – Nighttime Stories

If you’ve ever familiarised yourself with the audible aestheticism and ethereal fingerprint of Post-Metal, you’d sure as hell know of the innovative...