On XII, Hexis show a bit more of the swirling, dark complexity that they showcased earlier in the year with Tando Ashnti.
The classic and occult metal vibes are strong with North Carolina’s Demon Eye; as they tantalize and rock with their second full-length album Prophecies and Lies.
From the old faithful to newcomers alike, Incantation’s latest depraved offering is sure to satisfy and secure it’s place in the collections of serious extreme metalheads worldwide.
Is there life after Dethklok? You better believe it, as Brendan Small once again takes us into space and beyond with his long-awaited Galaktikon II: Become The Storm.
The engaging, multi-instrumental dark drone of Hextapes seeks to propel the musical honesty and beauty of Lisa Cuthbert to wider acclaim.
Having been suitably impressed by their 2017 self-titled album, PureGrainAudio’s Matthieu decided a chat was in order with Marcos from Here Lies Man to find out more about this project, it’s intriguing sound and plans for the future.
Australia’s hardcore warriors Cursed Earth have a deliciously crushing effort with their EP, Cycles of Grief Vol. 1: Growth.
Both a rare treat and one for the records as a class collaboration of two of death metal’s finer vocalists, Memoriam proudly present The Hellfire Demos III.
If you want to know what’s going on with Zero Days… well, it’s a definitive Prong album out on Steamhammer and there are ample reasons to hear it.
From EP releases to their debut album proper for Holy Roar Records, Wren show a powerful hand for post-metal and the like with the noteworthy and moving Auburn Rule.
A new EP from WA metal-twisters He Whose Ox Is Gored, is always a bright shiny (and very loud) ball that begs you to play with it; so we did, happily.
This band wants the big time bad, and trust me, they have the goods to just take it from who or whomever.
It was the end of spring and start of summer when Whores turned the heat up to Toronto. We had a few words about the wacky road and PR conundrums, amongst other things.