4.4

The Birthday Massacre – Under Your Spell

It has been considered as one of The Birthday Massacre’s most commercially accessible of all their albums to date.  Early reflections are that the band are certainly continuing their exploration of the Dark Ret...
2.5

Sólstafir – Berdreyminn

The Icelandic cowboys of dark rock, Sólstafir, are back with 6th full length album; 'Berdreyminn'. I'm not going to tediously go into the band's long history and how they have progressed to get here, quite ...
4.9

Cult of Luna – Years In A Day

Cult of Luna has a new fan. Unquestionably. I have always wanted to check this band out, and what a better way than a live show. That is how someone can really understand who a band is, and what they are all...
3.5

Endemise – Anathema

Formed in 2005 by brothers Dale Sauve (guitars) and David Sauve (Drums), Endemise released their debut album in 2009, quickly following  up with the launch of their 2010 EP, giving their growing pool of fans a ...
4.5

In Flames – Battles

As with all lives... life changes path, form and direction. In Flames are a band that undergoes continual metamorphosis, leaving their fans intrigued for their next venture. Since 1990 In Flames have been a ban...
2.0

Sonic Syndicate – Confessions

Before taking on this review, I’d heard rumblings that Sonic Syndicate were embarking on a massive departure from their Melodic Death Metal roots and starting afresh with a new line-up (Robin Sjunnesson being t...
3.8

Alter Bridge – The Last Hero

  I am going to be quite honest here and let you know that I am not a huge fan of Alter Bridge.  In fact I was going to write a whole review on how I thought the album was a bit mediocre.  But as I ...
3.7

Army Of The Universe – 1999 & The Aftershow

Italian natives Army Of The Universe (currently residing in L.A) are taking you deeper into to their grimy, down-and-dirty world with the release of their third album '1999 & The Aftershow'.  Expect gritty,...