After The Burial – Evergreen – Album Review

When Extreme Metal meets Progressive Metal and spices thing up a little with outrageous riffs, tasty breakdowns and some very impressive Technical Metal we experience After The Burial. The Twin Cities based fiv...

Devin Townsend – Empath – Album Review

The enigma that is Devin Townsend brings us the latest in his mind bending musical productions, posing the question, what is Empath going to include, and where exactly will this journey take us. Those not so...

Týr – Hel – Album Review

Rulers of Faroese Metal, Týr are back to continue their conquest with the eighth full length release, oozing with melodies and full of power. Having released their first five albums in the short space of seven...

Relics Of Humanity – Obscuration – EP Review

From Belarus, Relics Of Humanity bring their latest 6 track Brutal Death Metal EP to the world and have worked with some of the biggest names in the genre to make this as brutal as possible. Having been mastere...

Desecravity – Anathema – Album Review

Formed in Tokyo in 2007, Japanese band Desecravity began playing shows in 2008 and have shared stages with bands such as Exodus, Aborted, Megadeth, The Black Dahlia Murder and Dying Fetus to name just a few. These heavyweights of Technical Brutal Death Metal are now back, ready to lay waste with their new release.

Jinjer – Micro – EP Review

Following on from the Ukrainians third album King Of Everything which was released 2016, the female fronted heavyweights, Jinjer, are back with a five track EP which is full of their unique blend of Metalcore, ...