Review: Bad Religion – Age Of Unreason

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 20 years, when you think of influential punk rock bands you can’t not...

Review: Slash Ft. Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators – Living The Dream

Following a three year break to fit in some time on the road with Guns ‘N Roses, 2018 sees the highly anticipated return of...

Review: Korpiklaani – Kulkija

Though undoubtedly a Finnish band, Korpiklaani offer what could perhaps be described as a pan-European experience with their latest album ‘Kulkija,’ canvassing as it...

Review: Millencolin – SOS

Nine studio albums in and it seems that Millencolin can do absolutely no wrong. In their typical punk ways, the Swedish rockers...

Review: The Story So Far – Proper Dose

It’s been a few years since The Story So Far released a new album. In that time, it’s hard to ignore how the pop-punk...

Review: Primal Fear – Apocalypse

Primal Fear is back with another power metal masterpiece. Ralf Scheepers (Vocals and Co-Founder) and Mat Sinner (Bass, Vocals and Co-Founder) are back with...

Review: Dance Gavin Dance – Artificial Selection

Dance Gavin Dance are back with their eighth studio album Artificial Selection and it seems the boys are getting bit more creative yet still...

Review: IDKHOW – 1981 Extended Play

I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, the project masterminded by bassist Dallon Weekes, who then recruited long-time friend and drummer, Ryan Seaman....

Review: Cattle Decapitation – Medium Rarities

Cattle Decapitation have made a unique name for themselves in Death Metal, and will definitely go down in history as one of the most...

Review: Paradise Lost – Believe In Nothing (Remixed/Remastered)

Paradise Lost originally released their eighth studio album, ‘Believe in Nothing,’ in 2001. Although not as directly a descendent of Depeche Mode as the...

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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...