3.0

Juno Reactor – The Mutant Theatre

To most electronic music fans and film buffs, if you mention Brighton's own Juno Reactor, the response will generally be something along the lines of “oh yeah, those guys who made the music for The Matrix Reloa...
4.0

Seething Akira- Sleepy Skeletor

Making a musical mismatch dream of tectonic electronic beats and pulsating industrial metalcore, Portsmouths Seething Akira sound exactly like their name suggests: fucking mental. Running in the underground for...
3.0

Paradise Lost – Believe in Nothing

Paradise Lost's eighth full length album 'Believe in Nothing', which was originally released in the February of 2001. Is getting the remastered and remixed treatment by Jaime Gomez Arellano,  as the band was ne...
4.0

Madball – For The Cause

Arguably, hard rock music of the later years has been lacking something, the conviction and force that make many fans believe that the years between nineteen seventy and the year two thousand are the golden age...
5.0

Amorphis – Queen Of Time

It’s amazing to think that 24 years after ‘Tales From The Thousand Lakes’, here we are in 2018 and it feels like Amorphis haven’t lost a single step, having just dropped their brilliant 13th album, entitled ‘Qu...
4.0

Dimmu Borgir – Eonian

It’s been a seven-year wait for Dimmu Borgir’s fans to see a new album released.  That moment has finally arrived in the form of tenth studio album ‘Eonian’, also marking 25 years since the band was established...
4.0

Ivar Bjørnson & Einar Selvik – Hugsjá

Einar Selvik and Ivar Bjornson will be familiar names to fans of Wardruna and Enslaved respectively and it’s clear from the very beginning that the ‘Wardruna’ sound is very much present on this album, as the wh...
5.0

Behemoth – Messe Noir

Throughout the decades there have been albums that come along and completely define and shape a genre. In the 80’s we had Metallica’s 'Master of Puppets', 90’s gave us Slipknots 'Slipknot' and the 00’s had ...