Ukrainian prog/tech quintet Jinjer unleashes ‘Wallflowers,’ a modern-metal masterpiece. Read our thoughts on it here.
Manchester blackened death metal band Necronautical return with their epic fourth album ‘Slain In The Spirit’. Read our review here.
Blending nu-metal and deathcore, metal titans Slaughter To Prevail return with crushing new album ‘Kostolom.’. Read our review here.
In keeping with tradition, Deafheaven push the boundaries of their music on new album ‘Infinite Granite’. Read our review here.
Out August 20th via Sumerian Records, ‘Colors II’ is a delight from start to finish. The new Between The Buried And Me release is a worthy follow-up to their 2007 progressive metal magnum opus.
Due on September 3rd via Easy Action Records, Desperate Measures’ Rinsed EP is a must for those yearning for a call back to the raw energy and rebellious nature of the early punk scenes of the ’70s and ’80s.
Returning blackened deathcore crew Lorna Shore gives fans a taste of what’s to come with their savage three-track EP, ‘…And I Return To Nothingness.’
00’s inspired pop-punks As December Falls will be hard to ignore with their flawless display on new album ‘Happier’
A must-listen for fans of progressive or technical death metal. Check out our review for Burial In The Sky’s third album ‘The Consumed Self,’ out August 13 on Rising Nemesis Records.
Like a sonic jackhammer, tech-death metal juggernaut Cognitive unleash “Malevolent Thoughts Of A Hastened Extinction”.
Thirty years ago this week, a young, 33-year-old Stevie Nicks released what was arguably her magnum opus in the form of her debut album ‘Bella Donna’ (Modern/ATCO). With its four Top 40 singles, and immersive album tracks, these are ten songs that still shine brightly and beautifully.
Warm and inviting in some parts, equally cold and crushing in others, ‘Celestial Blues’ is a journey of poetic and grandiose proportions you do not want to miss
Call it luck or manifest destiny or even serendipity, but Eagle Johnson’s entry into music was not the same…