Released in 2007 by Broken English Records, Crashing Into Consciousness stands out as perhaps the definitive release in alt-emo band I Am The Pilot’s lenghty career. We are honoured to premiere the album’s re-issued version via Manic Kat Records.
Múspellzheimr remind us on Lunar Apparition and Amor Fati’s re-release of Hyldest til Troldommens Flamme that the frozen north is not just a state, but a state of mind, invoking all that is good an savage about Scandinavian black metal, past and present.
Phoenix, Arizona-based Fervor Records recently reissued Don’t Waste Your Money on this Garbage, the sole studio recording from their hometown’s infamous punk group, The Spiffs. Good thing we scored this guest blog to expand on that…
For 40 years now, Saxon have been one of the most reliable bands in the British hard rock and classic metal scene. Feast on the reissues of three diverse records in their genre-spanning run – Denim & Leather, Power & The Glory, and Crusader.
Test Your Metal Records has announced that they will re-release Mumbai rock band Overhung’s Moving Ahead on February 16th.
Extermination Process is a disgustingly brutal album, full of crushing riffs and rage-imbued lyrics, but it doesn’t do a whole lot to impress.
Basement have not only signed with Fueled By Ramen, but also confirmed a deluxe reissue the Promise Everything album in partnership with Run For Cover Records.
It’s time for some new music! That’s right, Wormlight, Sweden’s melodic black metal band have released their new EP Bloodfields via Black Lion Records and we’re streaming the whole thing!
Sweden’s melodic black metal band, Wormlight have shared a stream of their song “The Bloodfields”taken from their forthcoming Bloodfields EP via Black Lion Records.
Overall, Monster House is a catchy breath of fresh air with lyrics that are sure to resonate with almost every listener.
The Ghost of Heritage is a re-release of Winterfylleth’s debut album which originally came out a few years ago. Besides being remastered, the album also features two new tracks that were not on the original release. Now, as someone who had never heard the album before, I can’t tell original purchasers whether or not a re-purchase is necessary, but I can say to those of you who who haven’t that it is definitly worth buying.
Partout, Québec-based thrashy folk metal band Nordheim self-released their album Lost In The North in 2010. A year later Maple Metal Records signed the group and re-released the full length. By genre association alone, thrashy folk metal perfectly describes their sound – they’ve essentially written fast metal music overlayed with keyboard’s emulating folk instruments. Overtop all of this are growls and the occasional shouted group vocals. Long story short, Nordheim have compiled a key album that could possibly help push for a broader Canadian folk metal scene.