Their newest album of dense, experimental prog and electronica finds Aiming For Enrike shooting for the stars, and hitting every time.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a wide variety of sounds encompassed, from SKÁLD’s enrapturing Nordic-folk, to For I Am King’s dazzling progressive metal, and some stellar ‘90s-flavoured hardcore from Riot Stares.
Moving into more layered, meditative post-punk brings more out of The Murder Capital than ever before, for a massive step up from previous work.
Katatonia’s newest album finds them once again doing what they do best, and pumping up their gloomy, gothic atmosphere to tremendous levels.
In the first Review Round-Up of 2023, the year kicks off with a selection of heavy releases, spanning metalcore from Polar, deathcore from ten56., and black-metal from Dryad.
It’s business as usual on Obituary’s eleventh album, but for death metal that goes this hard, business is still extremely good.
The Subways return with their first new album in eight years, trying to explore new avenues in indie and alt-rock, and feeling very uneven in doing so.
The former HIM frontman goes it alone for an exceptional goth-pop debut.
In this year-end list, we narrow down the best of the best in our picks for 2022’s albums of the year.
In this year-end list, we take a look at the albums that deserved far more love and attention that they got, as the most underrated albums of 2022.