Algebra – Feed The Ego

You don't need me to tell you that one of the most important factors of a band is their name. A good band needs...

Orm – Ir

Upon their first encounter with black metal, many newcomers are overwhelmed by its brutality and aggression, failing to notice the rich tapestry of sounds...

Gulaggh – Vorkuta

AUTHOR'S NOTE: THIS ALBUM CAN'T BE CATEGORIZED OR RANKED. Well, where do you start with something like this? Incredibly tough to categorise, my best description...

Altar of Betelgeuze – Darkness Sustains the Silence

The aspect of doom and sludge metal that's always drawn me into it is the fact that there aren't very many rules as to...

Pilgrim – II: Void Worship

Doom metal is an eternal struggle, a tug-of-war between two inexorable forces. On the one hand, you have overpowering riffs set to a glacial...

A Tree of Signs – Saturn

On their sophomore EP Saturn, Portugal doom rockers A Tree Of Signs conjure a ritualistic concoction of Sabbathian riff ballads and grim stoner dirges....

Gravehill – Death Curse

Heavy metal has always been about extremity. Ever since that legendary band of Brummers first created the sound back in 1970, every metal band...

Don Jamieson – Hell Bent for Laughter

I was surprised, and even excited, when I received a copy of Don Jamieson's Hell Bent for Laughter from Metal Blade Records. While I...

Architects – Daybreaker

Architects have been making quite a name for themselves the past three or four years; touring with big metalcore bands like Parkway Drive and August Burns Red, putting...

Watercolour Ghosts – Watercolour Ghosts

Watercolour Ghosts combine elements of prog rock, shoegaze, and post-rock to create a highly emotive form of post-metal. Formed only 3 years ago, they're made...

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