4.8

Mortiis – The Great Deceiver

It has been 6 years since Mortiis released "Perfectly Defect" and now in 2016 we are graced with a new offering. "The Great Deceiver" is the next chapter in Mortiis' career entitled "Era O"; never letting a...
4.0

√Čohum – Ealdfaeder EP

"Ealdfaeder" is the brand new EP from Canadian outfit √Čohum, following from their debut album "Revelations, Aurora Of An Epoch" released in April of last year. Perfectly described as "anthemic groove doom-ti...
4.0

Rhine – An Outsider

The United States are really impressing me lately with a lot of innovative bands breaking through who have truly unique sounds, such as Deafheaven, Deathkings (whose latest album 'All Th...
4.0

Necronomicon- Advent of the Human God

If you're a practicing occultist or are just a bit angry and have a penchant for candles and capes, this is going to be your new favourite album. Guaranteed to send WASPy parents everywhere into paroxysms o...
4.4

Greenleaf – Rise Above the Meadow

The room is dim, the tie dye bedspread redolent with patchouli and the 70s are just a wisp of fragrant smoke away as we are tumbled headlong into Greenleaf's 7th album via a clamour of tumultuous drums. Orig...
4.0

Whitefall – Origins EP

Recent years have seen a massive influx of superb metalcore bands emerging from Australia. With the likes of Polaris, I Killed The Prom Queen, Parkway Drive and Buried in Verona paving the way for upcoming band...
3.5

Spreading The Disease – Viral

Hailing from Kent; Spreading the Disease have produced an EP called "Viral" that has a lot of promise. Opener "F.U.C.K.U" is a very balls to the wall, heavy affair opening with screams that grab you by the thro...
3.9

Survival- No Grief

Following a tumultuous year of rejection and addiction which culminated in a near-fatal car crash and arrest for assault with a deadly weapon, Nick Noro hit bottom. No Grief takes us down there with him. This i...