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.
Tag: Prosthetic Records
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.
Frenzied, volatile post-hardcore is the order of the day on STORMO’s newest album, delivered with killer urgency and an abundance of ideas throughout.
In the first Review Round-Up of 2023, the year kicks off with a selection of heavy releases, spanning metalcore from Polar, deathcore from ten56., and black-metal from Dryad.
Destroying genre boundaries is the name of the game on God Alone.’s debut full-length, in which post-punk and post-rock are contorted and reshaped in dizzying, brilliant fashion.
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.
In this Review Round-Up, big returns from Wolf Alice and Hacktivist find themselves nestled against failures from Atreyu, cleopatrick and plxntkid, as well as new music from Lovebites, Wristmeetrazor, Merci and January Jane.
In this Review Round-Up, a mixed bag of big albums from Greta Van Fleet, Escape The Fate, London Grammar and The Armed leads up releases from RedHook, Waxflower, Mister Misery, Body Void, Them Bloody Kids and Timid Kooky.
In this Review Round-Up, the return of Kings Of Leon and great breakthroughs from Pupil Slicer and Dollar Signs arrive among new releases from Tigers Jaw, Black Honey, Justin Courtney Pierre, Death Blooms, Stepney Sisters and Bound In Fear.
In this Review Round-Up, lackluster efforts from The Smashing Pumpkins and Gama Bomb go against the solo debut of Dave Jakes, as well as VRSTY, Babyteeth, Yumi And The Weather, Hello Cosmos and JSA.