4.0

Éohum – Ealdfaeder EP

"Ealdfaeder" is the brand new EP from Canadian outfit Éohum, 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...