A promising debut by a newcomer to the black metal field.
A great performance of dark, sludgy post-metal.
Cattle Decapitation continue to evolve as a band on their latest release, which is their most melodic and atmospheric yet
A thoughtful and intriguing work, with a well-executed mix of brutalism and hope
There are a lot of great industrial metal bands out there. King Satan aren't one of them.
Avatarium's own brand of doom/psychedelic metal continues to deliver a great punch. At the same time, in this, their first post-Edling album, the band also tries to explore new sounds, with mixed results.
An unusual but interesting work, with plenty of details to sift through and examine over multiple listenings
Discovering melodic/symphonic black metal was quite a revelation for me, especially considering that the bands that got me into black metal in the first...
After parting ways with Tofu Carnage Records, the label on which they released their debut, the Dallas-born group of Cleric have resurfaced with a...
In Planet Loss, the debut of Wallowing, they show themselves to be quite capable in the ways of UK sludge, by means of six...