While the press release for their latest album, Darkness Is My Home, may tout Greek doom/occult rockers Night Resident…
With ‘Conquering,’ Employed To Serve has produced an absolutely immaculate piece of work, and one that will provide you with the perfect soundtrack to take on life’s shittier moments full in the face.
Does one of the most anticipated releases of 2021 live up to the hype? Read our review of ‘Eternal Blue’ here and see what we thought.
While not a life-changing experience, Kat Von D’s ‘Love Made Me Do It’ is a pleasant, easy album to listen to despite its unhappy thematic content.
Belgian death/grind crew Aborted’s new offering, ‘Mania Cult’, is a terrifying slab of filth. Check out out review here.
From start to finish, ’21st Century Love Songs’ (Graphite Records) is a rollercoaster ride of the unique brand of Brit-rock that only The Wildhearts can deliver.
‘Shiva’ elevates Goats of Doom from relative obscurity, placing them on a pedestal alongside Kvelertak as a shining example of just how engaging black metal can become without melting into shoegaze drudgery or leveraging anti-social behaviours to sell a gimmick rather than the music.
Foreign Pain delivers on their promise of “vulnerable and pissed-off” hardcore with their new album ‘Death of Divinity.’
It can be an unusual move when an established artist like Insomnium releases an EP; however, rather than being a curiosity to be disregarded, ‘Argent Moon’ (Century Media) feels like essential listening for fans of modern melodic death metal.
Highly-rated UK nu-core crew Seething Akira drop their massive album ‘Dysfunctional Wonderland’. Read our review right here.
Old meets new as blackened deathcore crew Carnifex reveals their darkest, most disturbing ‘Graveyard Confessions.’
Putting a modern, technical twist on the UK death metal sound, Beyond Grace put out their thought-provoking new album “Our Kingdom Undone.”
From the depths of the Canadian black metal scene, Wormwitch returns with their savage new album. Read our review here.