Intense, abyssal and deeply foreboding, Radien’s newest album is exactly what you’d want from a thick, new slice of doom.
In this Review Round-Up, Frozen Soul make their solid next impact on death metal, though there’s arguably more intrigue and complexity to be found in new albums from Esben And The Witch and Bad//Dreems.
Even rock’s biggest current sensation isn’t guaranteed a win, as Sleep Token’s alt-metal continues to get bigger without moving ahead all that much.
With creativity and a metalcore arsenal as devastating as ever, Veil Of Maya’s newest albums sees them continually pushing the scene forward.
In this Review Round-Up, Hot Mulligan’s best yet and promising starts from Himalayas and happydaze all come after DevilDriver, whose new album does…basically nothing.
It’s another Amity Affliction album. Basically nothing has changed.
Showing off every aspect of brutality in their repertoire across two new albums, The Acacia Strain deliver their most accomplished bodies of work to date.
In this Review Round-Up, Currents’ newest strikes a high bar and Crashface continue a powerful surge onward, while Cyan Kicks find themselves left in the lurch.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a strong collection of heavy new releases from Drain, Death Goals and Harroway, joined by something way poppier (but still solid) from Weathers.
Shit Present’s debut melds gutting release with indie-punk bravado and anthemia, and shines all the brighter for it.