Category: Reviews

11 May 2022 / Metal

Heriot built a solid reputation in the Wiltshire metal scene in 2016 with their debut EP but showed little promise beyond the aspirations of a heavy blackened sludge band. Things…

11 May 2022 / Reviews

Hamburg-based Greek artist, Deamien Raven, is a metalhead with a passion for synthwave and horror film imagery. Like anyone with FL Studio, a MIDI controller, and a decent laptop, he…

10 May 2022 / Metal

Ritual’s Enigma EP is one of the most anticipated records from an independent band in England. SBR brought you an exclusive on this as early as January 2022, when the…

10 May 2022 / Metal
9 May 2022 / Metal
6 May 2022 / Metal

Sydney quartet, Northlane, are one of the more interesting metalcore bands that evolved their sound over the last few years away from the formulaic to the experimental. Unlike Bring Me…

5 May 2022 / Metal
5 May 2022 / Metal

Florida is famous as the world capital of death metal but not so much for the deathcore offshoot that offends so many of the old guard. Into this fractured landscape…

4 May 2022 / Metal

Islamabad is not famous for the quality of its death metal, but Pakistan quintet, Azaab, are about to change your perceptions. Formed in 2016 by guitarist and producer, Shahab Khan,…

4 May 2022 / Metal

Pennsylvania’s Cultic mix alchemy and primitive death metal with the same alacrity as an amateur poisoner. They also enjoy the darkness of dungeon synth music. Put all these together and…