In this Review Round-Up, Svalbard continue to embrace scale and power in heavy music to phenomenal effect, alongside a pair of similarly massive-reaching releases from Teen Jesus & The Jean Teasers and Air Drawn Dagger.
In this Review Round-Up, Kvelertak end up doing way more with their new album than either Conquer Divide, Mustard Plug or With Honor, all of whom end up with mid-range genre releases in metalcore, ska-punk and hardcore respectively.
For a black-metal album that won’t redefine the sound but delivers solidly on its pre-existing tenets, Nixil’s newest album has got you covered.
In this Review Round-Up, some pretty great breakthroughs land across the board, in super-melodic punk from Militarie Gun, pitch-black hardcore from Burner, and intelligent indie-punk from Toodles & The Hectic Pity.
Extreme metal ferocity and progressive grandeur are brought together once again by Ne Obliviscaris, for their best fusion of the two to date.
Armed with folk’s texture, punk’s ethics and black-metal’s intensity, Dawn Ray’d find ground to establish themselves among the most exciting names in metal.
At the cross-section of horror, majesty and boundless metal artfulness, Liturgy’s newest manages to strike one hell of a chord.
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.
Arriving with one of 2022’s most anticipated metal releases, Lorna Shore’s take deathcore to bold, bleak, cinematic new places, and live up to every bit of their hype.
In this Review Round-Up, exemplary black-metal from GAEREA tops, followed closely by strong punk from Celebration Summer, and tailed by an underwhelming new EP from The Skinner Brothers.