In this Review Round-Up, Svalbard continue to embrace scale and power in heavy music to phenomenal effect, alongside a pair of similarly massive-reaching releases from Teen Jesus & The Jean Teasers and Air Drawn Dagger.
Conjurer avoid any semblance of a sophomore slump, on an album that sees them continue to push metal to challenging and dynamic edges, and undeniably succeeding in doing so.
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.
Vein.fm return sounding as cleaving and vicious as ever, in another nu-metal / hardcore hybrid that wastes no time in drilling into exactly what can make that sound excel.
In this Review Round-Up, Fit For An Autopsy deliver yet another great album—along with a surprise hit from jackie—while new albums from Modern Error and PENGSHUi explore modern sounds with varying degrees of success.
On their strongest album in years, Comeback Kid hone in on and refine the aspects that make them such a hardcore juggernaut, and allow them to strike as hard as possible.
In this Review Round-Up, MØL, Boston Manor and SeeYouSpaceCowboy bring great work that offsets Black Veil Brides and Bad Wolves, while more new music comes from Emma Ruth Rundle, Diablo Swing Orchestra and Greer.
In this Review Round-Up, a stinker from Ministry is greatly overshadowed by Trivium, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, blanket and Kowloon Walled City, plus there’s new music from Arkells, illuminati hotties and Naraka.
In this Review Round-Up, Employed To Serve deliver a triumphant new album alongside a surprise from The Vaccines and more of the same from Carcass, plus The Plot In You, Alien Weaponry, The Band CAMINO, Lurk and Dead Reynolds.