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.
In this Review Round-Up, standout returns come from Grave Pleasures and Black Orchid Empire, alongside some steps towards reinvention from Picturesque, and a total dud from Through Fire.
Being a rather no-frills experience is no kind of hindrance for Jesus Piece, who are able to shine solely on hardcore’s propensity for viciousness and bludgeoning.
Still trapped in the shadow of their maligned self-titled effort, and even with streaks of classic death metal among their deathcore, Suicide Silence still feel as though they’re holding back.
In this Review Round-Up, we catch up with some recent metal albums from Delain and Distant, both of which handily surpass the new one from Knuckle.
As overblown, blistering and gory as ever, Sanguisugabogg’s newest album pulls out all the stops for an NSFW death metal delight.
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.
Having grown bigger than ever before, Electric Callboy transfer all of that hype into Euro-metal excess at its most overblown and entertaining level yet.
In their attempts to blend a gothic mood into their progressive metal, Oceans Of Slumber hit an awkward mid-space not devoid of quality, but lacking the firepower of those in similar fields.
In this Review Round-Up, Converge, Chelsea Wolfe and co. drop a fascinating new project, Justin Courtney Pierre returns with another EP, Orbit Culture, Vildhjarta, Bailer and GILT stun, and more new music comes from Heart Attack Man, Red Rum Club, Hollywood Burns and Suntitle.