In this Review Round-Up, Casket Feeder impress while Imonolith struggle to with their respective types of metal, and Be Well show glimpses of promise on their new EP.
Malevolence continue to prove why they’re one of metal’s most underrated bands on their new album, combining classic scope with hardcore attitude for comfortably one of the year’s best.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a stacked lineup of impressive releases from The Amsterdam Red Light District, Bodysnatcher and GILT. Meanwhile, Fozzy just do their usual thing.
After many months of intense hype, Heriot finally drop their long-awaited EP, and it’s as definitive as statements come for them being the single most exciting new band in heavy music.
Back at their best once again, Cancer Bats’ newest album sees them deliver more sludgy, incendiary hardcore with the same flair that makes them one of the genre’s greats.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s an all-around solid crop of releases as Kublai Khan TX deliver a punishing EP, Walt Disco and Gen And The Degenerates show a lot of promise, and Reminders hit a high mark on their debut album.
Take a look at what we’ve been listening to throughout March in The Soundboard Stereo, ft. Miley Cyrus, Funeral For A Friend, Troye Sivan, Skunk Anansie, Sam Fender and Volbeat.
In this Review Round-Up, the great new album from Devon Kay & The Solutions heads up a variety of EPs from Telltale, Crown Magnetar and thrown.
After a much-lauded breakthrough, Soul Glo’s newest full-length expands on every bit of their potential, bringing together hardcore with a punk spirit and hip-hop style for what feels truly revolutionary.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s some impressive work in the form of albums from Without Waves and Thumper, and an EP from Lazy Queen, while the newest from Trench unfortunately falls short of that mark.