Category: Reviews

21 October 2021 / Metal

Brazilians have every reason to be furious with the state of their country. Their misogynist president is a populist with a nostalgic fondness for military dictatorships. Deforestation in the Amazon…

21 October 2021 / Metal

Dorset metallers, Deathblade, are a band that will invite jealousy, including from this reviewer. Most people at age twelve were playing video games or fretting about their place in the…

20 October 2021 / Metal
20 October 2021 / Metal

People associate Stockholm quintet, Forgetting the Memories, with metalcore. That may be accurate to describe their 2016 album, Monophobia, and enough to turn metalheads away who think this is just…

19 October 2021 / Metal
19 October 2021 / Metal

Russian quintet, Manfrea, started out as a black metal duo in 2014 but are now a different proposition altogether. The presence of co-vocalist, Anastasia Bilaya, opens up new possibilities that…

18 October 2021 / Metal
16 October 2021 / Metal

Ministry are one of the most influential bands of the last three decades on heavy music and experienced major commercial success in the 1990s as Lollapalooza darlings and industrial metal…

14 October 2021 / Metal
13 October 2021 / Metal

Scottish mathcore bruisers, Frontierer, achieved critical acclaim for 2018’s Unloved LP, even receiving press attention from Rolling Stone magazine along the way. There’s no doubt that their last effort deserves…