Category: Reviews

22 March 2021 / Metal

Michel Nienhuis is a man on a mission. Like Victor Frankenstein, he knows he’s creating something unique that can challenge the rules of the established order. As the main guitarist…

19 March 2021 / Metal

Canadian/American deathcore quintet, Brand of Sacrifice, turned heads (and snapped necks) with their debut album in 2019. With Banger TV’s Bradley Zorgdrager championing their music and Unique Leader Records behind…

18 March 2021 / Metal

The trio of musicians in Exanimis met at France’s Music Academy International where they studied jazz. It’s a loss to the jazz world and a triumph for the metal scene…

18 March 2021 / Metal

Spanish quartet, Bonecarver, spearheaded Madrid’s brutal death metal (BDM) scene under their former name of Cannibal Grandpa before Unique Leader Records came calling with the offer of a record deal…

17 March 2021 / Metal

Sludge and grunge pioneers, Melvins, return with their 24th studio album and their first since 2018’s Pinkus Abortion Technician. Thankfully, the band show no signs of sanity on this effort.…

17 March 2021 / Metal

You’d be forgiven for thinking this is an album from Norway in 1996, but the one-man creator behind the music of Sinira hails from sunny Texas. Going by the name…

17 March 2021 / Metal
16 March 2021 / Reviews

Sometimes you sift through your vinyl records and come across The Pixies and Butthole Surfers among the extreme metal and dark post-punk bands in there. You think, “Oh, I haven’t…

16 March 2021 / Metal