Album Review: Rancid – Trouble Maker

Berkely, California punks Rancid return with "Trouble Maker" (2017), a follow-up to "...Honor Is All We Know" (2014). Kicking things off with the fury...

Review: Jungle Rot – Self Titled

Having gotten their start back in 1991, Midwest death metal titans Jungle Rot have maintained a very consistent track record of releases over the...

Album Review: Alpha Wolf – Mono

Following the success of the single #104, Melbourne’s own Alpha Wolf have recorded their debut album 'Mono'. Mono was produced by Greyscale Records and...

Review: Anthem – Nucleus

Tokyo, Japan, is renowned for many things; not only does it boast the most populated metropolitan area in the world (37 million in counting),...
Power Quest - Sixth Dimension

Album Review: Power Quest – Sixth Dimension

Sixth Dimension is a real treat to listen to. It has everything you could want from a Power Metal band; it has jaw dropping...

Album Review: Eighteen Visions – XVIII

  After releasing the self titled album as a quintet back in 2006; their fifth album overall but first album released through the major label...

Review: Cronaxia – Collapsing the Outer Structure

Technical Death Metal is a hard genre to truly master; a band must provide a sense of technicality, they must show that they have...

Album Review: Flesh Hoarder – Homicidal Necrophile

When in the mood for aggressive, fast and bone-crunchingly gorey music, you certainly couldn’t go wrong with some good ol’ Death Metal, and there...

Review: Nordjevel – Necrogenesis

As the most cataclysmic form of Satanism and blasphemy in music, Norwegian black metal today stands firmly with not only its refined,...

Review: Ascending Dawn – Coalesce

A couple of surprises soon after I’d jumped into this one. The first being that, although, the band officially hail from England they possess...

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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...