Review: Queensryche – The Verdict

Queensryche and producer Christopher ‘Zeuss’ Harris prove to be a match made in Hell, with The Verdict being an album not...

Review: Ghoul Cult – Ghoul Cult

Ghoul Cult is a relatively obscure Death/Thrash band from Norway. Right away you can hear the influences from bands like early Cannibal Corpse, Death,...

Review: Opeth – Garden of the Titans (Live)

A powerful celebration of the ongoing tale of Opeth, from soul-crushing Death Metal to consciousness-raising Prog.

ALBUM REVIEW: Von Hertzen Brothers – ‘War is Over’

Whether you’re a casual rock fan, a hardcore rock fan, or just a fan of music, the 12-song album has something for everyone.

Review: Eriphion – Hossana

What comes to mind when you think of grim Black Metal? Darkness, hate, writhing? Right now I’m thinking of Greece as it’s the country...
Thy Art Is Murder - Dear Desolation

ALBUM REVIEW: Thy Art is Murder – Dear Desolation

2014 saw the release of Death Metal band Thy Art is Murder’s third album Holy Wars. Met with positive reviews and some controversy, it garnered the attention...

Review: Orange Goblin – The Wolf Bites Back

With an origin in UK 1995, Orange Goblin have been plugging away in the rock underground for some time now. Their relentless dedication to...
Grasshole - Fuzz of Flavour

Review: Grasshole – Fuzz of Flavour

Grunge music emerged during the mid-1980s in Seattle, Washington, gaining popularity in the early 1990 having emerged in other parts of the United States,...

Album Review: Witchery – I Am Legion

Witchery’s latest offering, I am Legion, which comes hot on the heels of 2016’s In his Infernal Majesty’s Service, draws from a wide array...

Review: MaidaVale – Madness Is Too Pure

If you were wondering where all of the fast-rising, hard-rocking, all-female international acts are, look no further than Sweden’s own MaidaVale. Since forming in...

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