In this Review Round-Up, new releases from The Maine, Inhaler and Yonaka head up the return of Times Of Grace, solid tech-death from Cognitive and Ophidian I, and more from Bad Luck., Silvertwin and Collars.
In this Review Round-Up, a variety of metal comes courtesy of At The Gates, Born Of Osiris, Bossk and Defocus, while The Hell return with a quick follow-up, and Free Throw and Picture This each deliver something more melodic.
In this Review Round-Up, Cannibal Corpse deliver the reliable norm in front of Chapel, Anna’s Anchor and Årabrot, alongside new releases from Hail The Sun, Harker, Havelocke, Out Of Love, Crown and Low Island.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s quality from Citizen, Serj Tankian and ‘68, a covers album from A.A. Williams, more new music from Black Spiders, Exist Immortal, Sanguisugabogg, As Everything Unfolds, Gold Baby and Play Dead.
In this Review Round-Up, NOFX continue their stride and Alice Cooper and Chase Atlantic disappoint, alongside new music from Adult Mom, Headache, The Spill Canvas, The Hyena Kill, Baest, Dreamshade, Sadness & Complete Disappointment, Thirdface and Skinny Knowledge.
In this Review Round-Up, Pale Waves shake up and slowthai courts controversy, among new albums from Normandie, The Hold Steady, MOD SUN, Love And Death, John The Ghost, Humanity’s Last Breath, Wild Pink, Dizzy Bats and Stretch Panic.
In this Review Round-Up, big returns from AC/DC and McFly stand against new music from Refused, King 810, Bearings and Dark Tranquillity, as well as Intervals, Bad Nerves, Shygirl, pg.lost and Laura Fell.
Killer Be Killed prove themselves to be as super as their supergroup status suggests on their long-awaited second album.
In this Review Round-Up, Bitch Falcon, Redwood and Uncut shine among returns from Black Stone Cherry and Puscifer, Wallows’ quarantine EP and new releases from Johnny Lloyd and Pteroglyph.
In this Review Round-Up, high-profile letdowns from Corey Taylor, Bon Jovi and The Hunna are joined by heaviness from Venom Prison, DevilDriver and Bloodbather, as well as a variety of sounds from Brothers Osborne, Ooberfuse, Slow Pulp, Overrider and Pave The Jungle.