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.
Drawing from a love of black-metal, his work in Trivium and his Japanese heritage, Matt Heafy’s new solo project delivers an expansive, powerful and enrapturing listen from front to back.
In this Review Round-Up, Short Stack come out on top with their newest helping of pop-rock, alongside Out Of Love’s career retrospective, Midwich Cuckoos’ extensive new album, and Cosmic Ninja’s flawed new EP.
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.
Everyone’s favourite (?) goblin-metallers are back, slightly less repugnant than previously but still unable to do anything that could be reasonably called good.
Drilling even deeper into classic rock and metal worship sees Ghost’s newest album hit even more melodic, towering heights, as they take even more steps towards becoming one of the most reliably fun and decadent bands around.
In the final Review Round-Up of 2021, the return of Black Label Society and Like Pacific comes alongside the breakout full-length from Kid Bookie, and more from The Browning, No Bragging Rights, Kid Dad and Rising Insane.
Bullet For My Valentine’s self-titled album finds them pull back into equilibrium in a return to their usual sound, for better and for worse.
Mastodon return to their roots with a sprawling, conceptual double album, where they continue to impress but don’t quite hit their peak.