ALBUM REVIEW: FOZZY – JUDAS

Heavy Metal and Wrestling Fans alike, lend me your ears! You aren’t going to want to miss this, because if you do you’ll surely...

Review: For The Wolves – Karma

Earlier this year I discovered For The Wolves and I immediately fell in love with their sound. From the moment I heard the first...

Review: Noise Trail Immersion – Symbology Of Shelter

Noise Trail Immersion is a band whose name pretty much sums up the way they sound. Based in Turin, Italy, their sound is rooted...

Review: ’77 – Bright Gloom

For the last 12 years, ’77 have been bringing the classic rock’n’roll energy from the 70’s back with an unapologetic vengeance. Holding bands like...

Review: Machine Head – Catharsis

I think it goes without saying that American metal titans Machine Head need no introduction, their twenty-plus career spanning multiple sub-genres of bone-crushing heavy...

Review: Shining – X – Varg Utan Flock

Shining is perhaps one of the most outrageous black metal bands out there. Mostly due to the Shining front-man Niklas Kvaforth’s out-there persona and...

Review: Daughters – Get What You Want

So long as you have exchanged pleasantries with a noise-inspired wall of sound or even just some traditional hardcore music, “You Won’t Get What You Want” would be just as enticing and approachable for you as any other underground LP within the confines of your music library

Review: Anthem – Nucleus

Tokyo, Japan, is renowned for many things; not only does it boast the most populated metropolitan area in the world (37 million in counting),...

ALBUM REVIEW: OPERATION: MINDCRIME – THE NEW REALITY

The New Reality is former Queensryche vocalist Geoff Tate’s third album under the Operation: Mindcrime name (named after one of Queensryche’s most successful albums),...

Review: Myrholt – Med Samme Nål, Under Samme Måne

"With the same needle, under the same moon." The title of Myrholt's first full-length release already evokes the spirit of Norwegian Black Metal: dark,...

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Review: Shit Tinnies – Self-titled

Solid and tight with a traditional, bold and simplistic punk feel, Shit Tinnies take the “recorded in a garage” approach to production, with some nice embellishments to keep things interesting and fresh.