‘Exile’ sees UK rock band The Raven Age package up reworked, new and live tracks into one wonderful collection. Read our review here.
Sleep Token is possibly one of the most unique bands that have come to our attention in years and, simply put, ‘This Place Will Become Your Tomb’ (Spinefarm Records) is an incredible album!
Alternative/indie-folk singer-songwriter Julien Baker, supporting of her latest release ‘Little Oblivions,’ played a packed House of Blues in Boston, MA on September 17, 2021, along with supporting acts Mini Trees and Thao.
Sheffield’s favourite sons Bring Me The Horizon kick off their UK arena tour in Hull. Check out what went down here.
Motionless In White took a break from pre-producing their new record to rip through Louisville, Kentucky’s Mercury Ballroom on September 8th, along with Dying Wish and Silent Planet. Brandon Turner was on-sight to capture the chaos.
Live music is well and truly back as Hands Off Gretel proved with a lung-busting set in front of a sold-out crowd in Manchester.
Pennsylvanians Signs of the Swarm drop their savage new album ‘Absolvere.’ Read our thoughts on this twisted slab of modern death metal here.
The Metal Tour of the Year would not concede. Fans packed into the PNC Pavillion in Cincinnati, Ohio on a rainy Monday night to witness the fury of heavy metal heavyweights Megadeth and Lamb of God, plus Trivium and Hatebreed.
We’re in rivethead heaven while ‘Deviator’ spins! Check our thoughts on the new Noise Unit album via Artoffact Records.
Having birthed a beloved progressive metal concept album in 2018’s ‘Where Owls Know My Name,’ Rivers of Nihil beat down any confinements of genre in their more experimental and personal follow-up ‘The Work,’ out September 24 via Metal Blade Records.
Two tracks of Dødsferd is not quite enough. Even though their accepted approach of longer format songs has been…
South African death metal titans Vulvodynia continue their tale on the mind-bending new album ‘Praenuntius Infiniti.’ Read our thoughts here.
Liverpool grindcore legends Carcass return with ‘Torn Arteries’ an album as clinical and as foul as anything in their modern-day catalogue.