Heavy brings us a new Chester… Chester Bennington just trolled every Linkin Park fan who was expecting to hear… …Chester Bennington. I mean the Chester that we’re used to. The Chester whose vocal presence […]
Borrowing elements of thrash, NWOBHM and power metal, Rebel Wizard’s Triumph of Gloom is a nihilistic musical cataclysm.
Black Star Riders were formed towards the end of 2012 when members of the touring line-up of Thin Lizzy expressed interest in recording new music. Out of respect for deceased front man Phil Lynott, it […]
A lot has happened since Save Ferris last released a body of new material. Their last album Modified was released the best part of two decades ago and since then the hype that made Ska […]
Dune Rats parade their pop-punk street cred over an energetic 31 minutes of 2-3 minute songs that never wear out their welcome. The Kids Will Know It’s Bullshit is a direct thread to my 12-year-old self who first heard “Anarchy in the U.K.” and questioned authority.
What do you get when you blend Refused-like Screaming, the heavy riffs of Red Fang and the sweet grooves Queens of the Stone Age? You sprinkle a little Unida and a pinch of Clutch and […]
I could beat my chest in with my fist while listening to this album, and did so on repeat while waiting for the full Appalling Ascension to arrive in my inbox for review. The three […]
By masterfully combining the musical styles of Rock, Symphonic and Electronica, mixed with an underlying Science-themed story, Columbus, Ohio’s Starset emerged on the music scene in 2014 with the release of their excellent first album, […]
Fans of Deathcore may be familiar with the New Jersey quartet Lorna Shore. Their three extended plays proceeded by the well-received debut full length album Psalms have garnered them a steady fan base and have […]