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...

Review: Ame Noire – The Tree That Bears Rotten Fruit

This group has been one I've been looking forward to checking out for some time. Ame Noire features members of some of Australia's finest...

Review: Yob – Our Raw Heart

Oregon may be the state that hones the hipster utopia known as Portland, but it’s also the humble abode to some of the most...

Review: Sevendust – All I See Is War

Sevendust is an American staple of everything that Hard Rock should be. Though merely an opinion served, the catalogue, live show, and work ethic...

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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...