Review: Phendrana – Sanctum Sic Transit Gloria Mundi

Phendrana is a one-man atmospheric post-black metal project laced with progressive, folk and rock influences producing infectiously catchy results. Mexico City based mastermind Anuar...

Review: Taking Back Sunday – Twenty

A  hell of a lot has happened in the last two decades, but Taking Back Sunday have something extraordinary to celebrate in the new...

ALBUM REVIEW: TORRENTIAL THRILL – NOTHING AS IT SEEMS

Melbourne’s own Torrential Thrill is making a statement once again with the release of their second album! Chris Malcher (Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar), Steve Morrell...

Review: Nonpoint – X

Coming out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Nonpoint are an American Nu Metal band that have been rocking out for the better part of 21 years...

Review: Step In Fluid – Back In Business

Words: Alasdair Belling With decades worth of exploring the fusion of funk and metal with a disco twist behind...

Review: Abolishment Of Flesh – Inhuman Condition

Abolishment Of Flesh are a two piece extreme metal band out of Texas. Comprising of Ramon Cazarez on guitars, vocals and drums, and Isaac...

Review: Chaos Over Cosmos – The Unknown Voyage

When two musicians decided that being countries apart couldn’t stop them from making music and joining the world of metal, Chaos Over Cosmos was...

Review: Death On Fire – Witch Hunter

Coming to us on the second of February 2018 is Witch Hunter, the album from Death on Fire or more specifically multi-instrumentalist, Tim Kenefic....
Amberyse - Born too Familiar

Album review: Amberyse – Born too Familiar

A crash course in brutality! Metalcore as its best, combined with sublime melodies and terrifying riffs. This band from Geelong, Victoria is a surprise package...

Review: Cane Hill – Too Far Gone

Next up is the new release from Cane Hill. These guys are a Nu-metal band hailing from New Orleans. The band was formed in...

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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...