A dynamic array of neo-prog ingenuity colours yet another startlingly rich and diverse listen from Unprocessed.
In this Review Round-Up, Tarja gets into the festive spirit on her Christmas album, as Post Profit and Call Me Amour both put effort into their gifts, and Wind Walkers deliver an absolute turkey.
Within Temptation craft another steamrolling listen on their new album, brandishing explicit political muscle alongside their symphonic metal power.
In this Review Round-Up, good pop-rock from The Dollyrots and great tech-metal from The Hirsch Effekt are joined by some unfortunately disappointing alt-pop from Aiko.
Death metal stalwarts do it again, as Cannibal Corpse’s newest album continues their expected but no less thrilling run of brutality.
In this Review Round-Up, Annisokay and Samurai Pizza Cats respectively hit heavy and fall short in metalcore; Guilt Trip deliver a strong metallic hardcore debut; and Rocket Pengwin establishes some decent contemporary pop-punk.
Dying Fetus’ status as death metal veterans brings about another crushing listen, as well as no indication of slowing down.
This year’s RADAR Festival brought about another huge bill of prog, metal, hardcore and everything in between. We were there to catch huge headline sets from Sleep Token, Igorrr and Periphery, plus Haken, Loathe, Perturbator, Heart Of A Coward, Monuments and plenty more.
In this Review Round-Up, cool genre-bending from M.A.G.S. and impactful metalcore from Rituals handily distracts from mediocre alt-metal from Any Given Sin.
For its 10th and final year as a four-day event, we headed to UK Tech-Fest for the best in tech-metal, djent and deathcore, featuring Born Of Osiris, Chelsea Grin, Loathe, Hacktivist, Vexed, Conjurer and loads more.