4.5

Rotting Christ – The Heretics

Rotting Christ's thirteenth album 'The Heretics' heralds an epic masterpiece of choirs (voices from the heavens maybe), heavy guitar riffs and dynamic melodies. All weaved amongst many concepts and visions...

Interview – Pyrotechnica

How would you describe your music? Scarlett: I’d like to think that our music is dynamic; it’s energetic, uplifting, driving, and pretty bold.Dustin: It is similar to the music in the opening or closing cre...

Interview – Baest

How would you describe your music? Our Music is simply death metal, inspired by a lot of the greats (Morbid Angel, Entombed, Grave, Opeth, Cancer), so this naturally brings a lot of the old school feel. At ...

Interview – On Better Terms

On Better Terms is a band based out of Dallas, TX. OBT fuses groovy melodies, and jazzy-driven rhythms with harsh yells and spoken word vocals. The band released their self-titled EP in 2015, and follow...
4.5

Front Line Assembly – Wake Up The Coma

A new Front Line Assembly album is always a cause for excitement, but was it worth the wait? I have been an on and off fan for many years, with some albums slipping between the cracks while I listened to o...

Interview – Before The Drop

How would you describe your music? Before The Drop is a post-indie piece played by musicians with a background in more heavy music. You can feel the tension to play the shit out of these songs, while they r...
3.3

Ensiferum – Two Paths

Ensiferum may just about be the biggest name in Folk Metal, and with their past successes such as ‘Iron’ and ‘Victory Songs’ they seem pretty undefeatable. They’re a band that set the scene for the Folk Me...

Interview – Days To Come

Blending pop-styled vocal melodies with heavier, intricate instrumentation, the Georgia based hard rock band Days To Come works tirelessly at taking their brand of positivity as far as it can go. Striving f...