At the cross-section of horror, majesty and boundless metal artfulness, Liturgy’s newest manages to strike one hell of a chord.
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Ever the mavericks, Periphery’s breaking down of the sound they helped create unlocks something unmistakably bold, wild and wonderful in progressive metal.
With an acerbic lyrical stance and a metalcore sound fond of its grit and grind, .GIFFROMGOD’s newest EP is quite the assault to experience.
Even despite some standout ideas that certainly help, Real Terms’ math-rock perhaps ends up a bit too fractious for its own good.
Their efforts to differentiate themselves are admirable, but Shell Beach rigidly leaning on their 2000s metalcore influence is what defines them most often.
Even with a couple of unorthodox swerves, Screaming Females’ newest continues their legacy as an alt-rock institution with so much to offer.
Frenzied, volatile post-hardcore is the order of the day on STORMO’s newest album, delivered with killer urgency and an abundance of ideas throughout.
A combination of R&B, folk and psychedelia makes for an impressively lush and layered debut EP from Dwen.
As overblown, blistering and gory as ever, Sanguisugabogg’s newest album pulls out all the stops for an NSFW death metal delight.
Vibrancy and vigour colours XL LIFE’s debut full-length, making the hardcore riotousness sing even louder.