Formed in 2012, Kill Ritual is comprised of musicians from the California metal scene who’ve been playing in various bands for years. Their sound is reminiscent of old school Bay area […]
Do you like macho posturing combined with teen boy angst, lame sexual innuendo and radio friendly hard rock from 10 years ago? If so, Surrender The Fall new album Burn In […]
On Wheels of Impermanence, Canadian progressive power metal outfit Heaven’s Cry unleash their third album on the world. Or maybe tepidly push it in the world’s general direction would be a […]
Canada’s Weapon play a style of blackened death metal in the vein of Morbid Angel or Vader, and it’s a refreshing change for those of us tired of mindless “br00tality” and tech death […]
It’s been eight years since the band released a new song, but Eyehategod are finally back. And they still hate you.
There’s really no sense in trying to rattle off all of the influences Chicago’s Yakuza bring to the table. If you’re already familiar with them, you know what I mean.
On Winterfylleth’s third and latest album, the black metal band explore themes of love, loss and acceptance of that loss…at least that’s what the promotional material says.
COVEN’S Worship New Gods is an interesting artifact from the 80’s mid-western American metal scene. It’s hard to categorize these guys as one specific genre and it’s clear the band […]
There’s not much I can say about Italy’s THY MAJESTIE. They aren’t terrible and they aren’t amazing. They play standard power metal about epic battles and vanquishing evil. There are […]
Minneapolis folk/black metal duo, OAK PANTHEON, are back with their second full length and it’s a stunner. Like their sonic cousins in AGALLOCH, OAK PANTHEON excels at creating melancholic soundscapes […]