In this Review Round-Up, Carpool Tunnel’s ephemeral indie-rock mightn’t do a lot, but at least some great hardcore from Dreamwell and alt-rock from CHROMA are more than enough to cover.
Though it goes without saying that this isn’t an easy listen, Body Void’s newest journey into the abyss yields a shrieking, industrial mutation of doom-metal that couldn’t fit into the blackness around them more perfectly.
For a black-metal album that won’t redefine the sound but delivers solidly on its pre-existing tenets, Nixil’s newest album has got you covered.
In this Review Round-Up, Creak and Naked Lungs ramp up the intensity within nu-metal and noise-rock respectively, while Shamir’s newest indie-rock project is a lot more approachable, but no less enjoyable.
In this Review Round-Up, the new DeathCollector album offers some great death metal, and Carsick bring some freshness to indie-rock. It’s just a shame that Throw The Fight’s hard rock and Keep This Up’s easycore can’t quite match up.
As they get even more explorative and progressive on this new album, Pupil Slicer test mathcore’s upper limits to the point of shattering them with glorious excess and creativity.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a strong collection of heavy new releases from Drain, Death Goals and Harroway, joined by something way poppier (but still solid) from Weathers.
Sunrot’s newest album sees them able to smash through some doom-metal standardness with sheer crushing weight, force and intensity.
Armed with folk’s texture, punk’s ethics and black-metal’s intensity, Dawn Ray’d find ground to establish themselves among the most exciting names in 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.