Review: Dead City Ruins – Never Say Die

Dead City Ruins are quickly becoming a force to be reckoned with, both on the Melbourne scene and internationally. Since releasing their debut album...

Review: A Dying Planet – Facing the Incurable

Progressive metal is a tricky proposition. Go too hard on intricate instrumentals and song length and risk alienating metal newcomers. Don’t use complex arrangements,...

Review: Ice Nine Kills – The Silver Scream

If there is anything that goes together really well, it’s metal and horror. Marrying these two things together in a creative and impressive way...

Album Review: Dead By April – Worlds Collide

I’ve always had nothing but highest of trust in Sweden as far as music goes. When you look at the likes of In Flames,...

Review: Labyrinth – Return To Live

Power metal fans rejoice! The Italian power/prog metal legends Labyrinth has returned with their new album and DVD 'Return to Live'; a live recording...

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...

Review: Vile Ones – Teeth

Vile Ones has mastered the art of chaotic composure.

Review: Plini – Sunhead

Somewhat of a self-made guitar hero (with none of usual accompanying pretentiousness, if a recent interview with Overdrive is anything to go by), Sydney’s...

Album Review: Ye Banished Privateers – First Night Back In Port

Hoist the Jolly Roger! Ye Banished Privateers are back with their third full length album but first on new label Napalm Records. ‘First Night...

Album Review: TOEHIDER – Good

Melbourne based progressive rock band Toehider are about to release their third studio album, titled Good. I was fortunate enough to give the album...

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