Review: In Deception – Lore

For a band that only formed in 2017, a lot has happened for this not-so-quiet Melbourne band In Deception. After supporting the likes of...

Review: Silence The Unknown – Rejects EP

Metalcore has come a real long way since the beginning and with a genre that is constantly evolving I feel that some bands will...
State Champs - Living Proof

Review: State Champs – Living Proof

State Champs, founded in Albany, New York back in 2010 by vocalist Derek DiScanio and guitarist Tyler Szalkowski, quickly cemented themselves as frontrunners in...

Review: Refuge – Solitary Men

Three wayward youngsters, with a thirst for rock, set out on a journey to write Heavy Metal History. After releasing five albums in one...

Review: Blood Worship – Death’s Omnipotence

  Blood Worship, a bit of a mystery project that’s based in Sweden. There’s not a lot of information available, and it appears to be...

Review: Anthrax – Kings Among Scotland

‘Kings Among Scotland,’ the new double live album and DVD from Thrash Metal legends Anthrax, celebrates the 30th anniversary of the band’s seminal release...

Review: Mike Shinoda – Post Traumatic

July 20th, 2017. A day that shook the music world with news that would change everything. The death of Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington...

Review: Khemmis – Desolation

Khemmis is a doom metal band from Colorado that a lot of you probably have not heard of but should of. They have just...

Review: Ghastly – Death Velour

'Death Velour' - what a title! It already suggests a listening experience encompassing all senses - and the listener shall not be disappointed. With...

Review: Like a Storm – Catacombs

New Zealand’s Like A Storm have made quite a name for themselves, becoming the highest-charting Kiwi rock act ever with their unique brand of...

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