Waste of Space Orchestra
5.0

Waste of Space Orchestra – Syntheosis

For me, Waste Of Space Orchestra have been one of the most intriguing prospects of recent years, even before any musical output came from this collection of twisted Finnish minds. Initially commissioned to...
3.0

In Flames – I, The Mask

In Flames is a band from Gothenburg, Sweden and was originally formed by guitarist and main song writer Jesper Strömblad in 1990, the band wrote, recorded and self produced the 1993 demo and their debut album "...
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...

Editors Choice Cuts of 2018

2018 came and went in the blink of an eye, leaving a pile of albums I have yet to give my full attention. Therefore before I start my Top 10 I want to mention a few albums that didn't quite make the cut. B...
4.0

Seething Akira- Sleepy Skeletor

Making a musical mismatch dream of tectonic electronic beats and pulsating industrial metalcore, Portsmouths Seething Akira sound exactly like their name suggests: fucking mental. Running in the underground for...
4.0

The Fever 333 – Made An America E.P

After the shock announcement that the hardcore band Letlive was over, many fans tried to find answers into what could’ve broken up one of the most cutting edge hardcore bands of the 21st century.  Slowly ov...
4.5

Judas Priest – Fire Power

Judas Priest are a band that need little introduction, they are one of the finest of British metal bands of all time and have inspired generations of metal heads throughout the decades. Classic albums like ‘Bri...
3.5

We Are Band Nerds – Forget Me Not

The mysterious We Are Band Nerds’ album 'Forget Me Not', due to be released this February 23rd, is the revenant blast from the past which has given Nu-metal (long believed dead) a new lease of life. If you are ...
4.0

Ne Obliviscaris – Urn

Don’t let the (seemingly unpronounceable) name scare you.  Ironically, I can never remember it,* let alone pronounce it. On a whim some years back, as I was walking through my favourite record store, Ne Obli...