Australian death metal trio Werewolves are back with ‘From the Cave to the Grave,’ thirty more minutes of unrelenting, bile-drenched hate.
Occasions for Self-Congratulations is the title of Sgt. Splendor’s debut album, which dropped just a few days ago. A…
On Paul Winter Consort’s latest album, ‘Concert in the Barn,’ there is such clear jubilation and celebratory exuberance that it sparks and crackles, welcoming the approach of the sun and the promise of what the future holds.
Grey Daze will always be associated with Chester Bennington but new album ‘The Phoenix’ is the perfect way to keep his memory alive.
Although experimental, Blue Amber’s debut, ‘Rockland’s Workshop,’ comprehends an integral structure of careful arrangement and rhythmic pulsations, making it a rewarding listening experience.
With ‘Some Days’ (Young Poet Records), KHARTOUM parades their gift for modern-laced alt-rock spiced with retro tangs from the ’70s.
For the most part, Savannah metalcore crew Vatican’s new album ‘Ultra’ (UNFD Records) is a brutal display of chaotic metalcore.
Nova Twins, one of the most exciting UK acts around, release their explosive new album, ‘Supernova’ (Marshall Records).
IANAI’s debut album, ‘Sunir’ (Svart Records), succeeds in all the ways that sonic contemporaries like Explosions In The Sky and Sigur Rós do in terms of the acoustic, dramatic, cinematic, or ecstatic.
French tech/death heavyweights Exocrine return with another masterclass of heaviness in the form of ‘The Hybrid Suns.’
Cyber-horror metal stars Motionless In White get cinematic on their new album ‘Scoring The End of the World.‘ Read our thoughts on it here.
Sex Pistols’ ‘The Original Recordings’ (UMC) is a convincing and compelling record of the band’s range, viciousness (excuse the phrase), and irreverence.
Sans a lackluster track, Panda Riot’s ‘Extra Cosmic’ delivers dense washes of opaque guitars crowned by the beautiful, diaphanous voice of Rebecca Scott.