Review: Black Space Riders – AMORETUM Vol. 1

Riding back onto the scene for their new LP, "Amoretum Vol. 1" are Black Space Riders. The German group consists of an impressive set...

Review: Maniaxe – Canticles Of Corruption

Maniaxe have been creating havoc on the Melbourne live scene for over ten years. Masters of the old school thrash sound, the regularly pack...

Review: Judas Priest – Firepower

"With such a sheer quantity of diverse songs, there’s something for Judas Priest fans of all stripes on this album."

Review: 偏執症者 (Paranoid) – Heavy Mental Fuck Up!

How do you take your coffee? One teaspoon, two perhaps? A little sugar or maybe with a little milk? Coffee can be quite nice...

Review: Revocation – The Outer Ones

For a band that officially began in 2006, there is plenty to be said about the body of work that this particular group has...

Review: Primordial – Exile Among The Ruins

For most the name Primordial is a sign of epic sweeping sagas and immersive folk soaked metal tracks that often span well past the...

Review: Northward (Self Titled)

After 10 years of waiting, we finally have the new Northward album. After first meeting in 2007 at Progpower 2007, Nightwish vocalist Floor Jansen...

Review: The Gloom In The Corner- Flesh & Bones

Words by Alasdair Belling With Melbourne continuing to produce an overwhelming amount of deathcore, it seems every new Emmure...

Review: The Divided Line – Paramnesia

OVERDRIVE Music Magazine had the opportunity to check out and review Toronto rockers The Divided Line’s upcoming release Paramnesia. The Album is set to...

Review: Endless Heights – Vicious Pleasure

Some records take you back in time - technically all records do - but some are oddly specific. The late 90’s was a halcyon...

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