3.8

Enslaved – E

After the celebration of their 25th aniversary last year, extreme/progressive metal band Enslaved have released their 14th album 'E'. It contains 6 songs and 2 bonus tracks, the lineup includes Ivar Bjørnson (g...
4.0

Samael – Hegemony

Swiss Industrial Black-Metallers SAMAEL return with their long-awaited new album and a reinvigorated line-up consisting of ex-Sybreed musicians Makro (Guitars) & Drop (Bass). Typically, Samael seem to ha...
4.0

Cannibal Corpse – Red Before Black

When I was 18 years old, I wasn’t fully into heavy music. Still weaning in on such metal titans such as Metallica or Slipknot, one was not fully aware that such hard hitting sounds could be transcended much fur...
3.0

Cyanotic – Tech Noir

Al Jourgensen, of Ministry, has been noted to say that his best work happened to occur when a Bush was President. I believe Mr. Jourgensen’s estimation is accurate as I have noticed this too. Both Presidents Bu...
4.0

Ne Obliviscaris – Urn

Don’t let the (seemingly unpronounceable) name scare you.  Ironically, I can never remember it,* let alone pronounce it. On a whim some years back, as I was walking through my favourite record store, Ne Obli...

Interview – Shadow of Everest

Shadow of Everest (SoE) is a Canadian progressive metal band from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Formed in 2014, the band’s line-up currently consists of JV (guitars, vocals), Shaun Cowell (bass), Matt Burton (drums) an...

Spotlight – Courtesans

  Following the release of their acclaimed debut album '1917' and their successful Pledge Music campaign; in March of this year Courtesans released their stunning new E.P. 'Better Safe Than Sober'. ...