10

Heathen // Empire Of The Blind // Album Review

Heathen’s first release in ten years is here and it was well worth the wait, granted they are not the most proficient when it comes to releasing music this being only their fourth release in thirty-three years,...
10

Onslaught // Generation Antichrist // Album Review

In 1983 Nige Rockett and Paul Hill started up a band in Bristol, England, that began as a hardcore punk band however swiftly moved more toward the heavier side of life as their love for Motorhead drove this urg...
9

Witches // The Fates // Album Review

Formed in 1986 you would be forgiven for thinking that Witches are past their sell-by date but with this just their third full-length release it is a brand new lease on life. Absolutely mind-blowing from start ...
10

Havok // “V” // Album Review

Havok is back with a bang, a massive bang, in all manner of means. A flat out thrasher that never stops or disappoints in forty-five minutes or so of complete mayhem. “Post-Truth Era”  with its Metallica style ...
10

Warbringer // Weapons Of Tomorrow // Album Review

If ever there was an album made to smash the shit out of the current lockdown then this is it, right from the off it is a furious affair with plenty of power, aggression and a good mix of thrash/death and black...
10

Lost Society // No Absolution // Album Review

Having only recently been turned on to these guys, where have I been for the last eight or so years, I can honestly say I have never been more enamored with an album than this. It should have been called “No Bu...
9

Exhorder // Mourn The Southern Skies // Album Review

The American Thrashers are back!! Following their two short reformations since the 1993 break-up, November 2017 saw Exhorder return to be unleashed on the world. Forged by founding members Vinnie LaBella and Ky...
8

Sacred Reich – Awakening – Album Review

Sacred Reich are back with their fifth studio album, their first since 1996's Heal and it is like they were never away albeit with a more polished and refined. While the sound has changed the power and feeling...