Review: Lechery – We Are All Born Evil

You know an album is getting it right when it makes you nostalgic for a decade you barely remember, and Lechery’s third album We...

Review: Killing Addiction – Omega Factor

Killing Addiction are a well known death metal band from Florida that was formed in the late 80s. Their debut album was released on...
The Daily Chase - Feel Alive

Review: The Daily Chase – Feel Alive

The Daily Chase are a five-piece Metalcore outfit from South Australia. For those without knowledge of the band they have sharpened their teeth and...

Album Review: Rancid – Trouble Maker

Berkely, California punks Rancid return with "Trouble Maker" (2017), a follow-up to "...Honor Is All We Know" (2014). Kicking things off with the fury...

ALBUM REVIEW: DragonForce – Reaching Into Infinity

My first impression as I listened to the intro track, Reaching Into Infinity, was that the vibe reminded me of recent Megadeth intros –...

Review: Redemption – Long Night’s Journey Into Day

Progressive Metal can be a tough genre to be a part of, musically. Tough in a sense that you have to produce quality music...

Album Review: Blind Guardian – Live Beyond The Spheres

Live Beyond the Spheres is Blind Guardian’s first live release since Live back in 2003, and it is most assuredly worth the fourteen-year wait....

Album Review: THE AVENUE PROJECT – Havoc

Melbourne punk/hardcore quartet The Avenue Project have only been together a year and they’ve already released their debut EP ‘Havoc’. Having shared the stage with...

Review: Europe – Walk The Earth

  Early next year, Europe are touring Australia for the first time. There’s still a lot of tickets on sale, which is not surprising when...

Album Review: ARTERIES – This Will Destroy Us

Truth time Ladies and Gentleman, or however you wish to identify yourself in these times that are certainly a-changin', to quote some famous old...

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Album/EP Reviews

Review: Life’s Ill – What God Wouldn’t Tell You

Words: Maya Kiternas ‘What God Wouldn’t Tell You’ is a step away from Life’s Ill’s hardcore roots through deeper...

Review: Millencolin – SOS