Metal

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.

An album review on the new Doyle (of The Misfits fame) metal album As We Die.   Text Review: While many long for the full time reunion of The Misfits after their two surprise performances last year, everyone’s favorite punk monsters are going strong in different directions.  Doyle Wolfgang Von …

An album review on Outlive, the eighth full album from Demon Hunter.   Text Review: Christina bands in mainstream rock and metal are hard to come by in 2017.  So years back when Demon Hunter claimed they stopped wanting to “ride the fence” between being a Christian and Non-Christian band, …

A review on Mastodon’s seventh full album Emperor of Sand.   Text Review: “Every record that we do is gonna sound different, because we always want to evolve and create our own musical path. And every record will be different. We do not wanna write the same record twice.”  That …

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