Metal

A review on Verkligheten, the eleventh studio album from Sweden’s Soilwork. Soilwork is a Swedish heavy metal band from Helsingborg. Formed in late 1995 by Björn Strid and Peter Wichers, originally under the name Inferior Breed, the band changed their name in late 1996 to Soilwork (meaning “working from the ground up”). Verkligheten (English: Reality) is the upcoming eleventh studio …

A review on Damned If You Do, the twelfth studio album from Metal Church. Metal Church is an American heavy metal band. They originally formed in San Francisco, California in 1980 before relocating to Aberdeen, Washington the following year and briefly using the name Shrapnel. Their self titled debut album was released in 1984. Damned If You Do is the twelfth studio album …

A review on Electric Messiah, the eighth full album from High On Fire that is influenced by Lemmy Kilmister. High on Fire is an American heavy metal band from Oakland, California, that was formed in 1998. Matt Pike, the band’s frontman and founder, also plays guitar for the influential stoner metal band Sleep. Electric Messiah is the upcoming eighth studio …

A review on Deafheaven’s fourth full album Ordinary Corrupt Human Love. Deafheaven are an American heavy metal band formed in 2010. Originally based in San Francisco, the group began as a two-piece with singer George Clarke and guitarist Kerry McCoy, who recorded and self-released a demo album together. Following its release, Deafheaven recruited three new members and …

An album review on Prequelle, the fourth full album from Ghost.

A review on To Drink From The Night Itself, the sixth studio album from At The Gates.

A review on Sonder, the fourth full album from England’s Tesseract. Tesseract (often stylized as TesseracT) are a British progressive metal band from Milton Keynes, England. The band, formed in 2003, consists of Daniel Tompkins (lead vocals), Alec “Acle” Kahney (lead guitar & producer), James Monteith (rhythm guitar), Amos Williams …

A review on Firepower, the 18th full album from Judas Priest.

A review on Arch Enemy’s 10th full album Will To Power and a listen at their attempt to incorporate something different while staying true to their sound.

A review on the self-titled Dead Cross album featuring Mike Patton, Dave Lombardo and a massive amount of insanity.

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