3.8

Burial Dust – Oshubho Ahobaan

Burial Dust is a Bangladeshi Black Metal band formed in 2013. According to their own statements, they “preach the unholy inscription to extinguish the false religious faiths of the society and sermonise the occ...
4.0

Monomyth- Exo

Monomyth are a Netherlands-based prog collective (not a phrase I get to use every day) who create wordless, sonic soundscapes. Harnessing elements of 70s and 80s electro along with more traditional rock ...
4.5

Build & Release – Build & Release

Build and Release are a five-piece, Aussie post rock outfit comprised of drums, basses and guitars. Initially formed as a songwriting project,  this is their first (self produced) album. Similar to Samue...
3.5

Ignea – Alga

Beginning life as Parallax in 2011, Ignea released the Sputnik EP. Described as Ukrainian progressive metal, it combined both orchestral and more common rock elements to produce a grandiose, operatic sound....
4.6

Hyperion – Seraphical Euphony

Hyperion’s stunning debut album ‘Seraphical Euphony’ is the combination of melodic death metal and black metal that I didn’t know I wanted to hear until coming across this album. After the introduction entit...

PREVIEW: Top 5 Picks for Frankfest 2016

Frankfest began in 2011 as a small event at The Racehorse, Tiverton, Devon, featuring bands that festival founder, Frank Dennis, played in at the time; Cambion, Cry Havoc and Anal Bead. The idea continued for...
4.5

Khola Cosmica – Khola Cosmica

Stormy guitars and thunderous drums pull us straight into a grinding, grizzled EP from Japanese band Khola Cosmica who are as intense as they are elusive.  With virtually no online footprint, most of the knowle...