Category: Reviews

4 July 2024 / Metal

Brighton’s blackened heavy metal warriors, Aklash, released their first LP in 2013 and managed two more since then in 2018 and 2021. The feeling on album number four is that…

3 July 2024 / Reviews
2 July 2024 / Metal

Ah, Kittie. Do you remember them from the second wave of nu metal in the pre-September 11th days of the dot-com boom? MySpace had not even birthed modern social media,…

29 June 2024 / Metal

Norwich unit, Shrapnel, are one of England’s finest thrash metal bands. Formed in 2009, they waited until they landed a deal with Candlelight Records before releasing their 2014 debut. Scream…

28 June 2024 / Metal

Québécois grindcore sextet, Apes, progressed through the Canadian underground the old school way by releasing demos and EPs in the first five years of their career. They unleashed their debut…

27 June 2024 / Hardcore

Candy aim to make heavy music “that’s interesting to people who might love Youth of Today and might also love My Bloody Valentine or the Stone Roses. I think that’s…

27 June 2024 / Metal

Brazilian thrash quartet, Royal Rage, see no need to rush out an album every two years. Their type of music hasn’t paid a living since the heyday of Sepultura in…