Ironflame – Blood Red Victory

Ironflame's third release finds the Ohio-based quintet blending aspects of traditional heavy metal and power metal with more energy and speed behind the drums...

Colosso – Apocalypse

Doesn't tap as much into the possibilities of a four-track concept release about the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse as it could have, but does deliver more-than-solid songs and suitable panache.

Krvsade – Judgment Day (EP)

Krvsade's own brand of extreme metal shows a lot of enthusiasm. Sadly, that's not enough to make it good.

Tylor Dory Trio — Unsought Salvation

Though prog enthusiasts might want to give this album a listen, it's not a great snapshot of the genre.

Erdling – Yggdrasil

About what you'd expect from a modern NDH album, but without much flair to distinguish it in years to come

Nobody – Gospel of the Goat

Many bands have been praised for treading new ground in a genre. The addition of new elements can revitalize antiquated sounds, while also allowing...

Blood Incantation – Hidden History of the Human Race

For a band that hasn’t even hit their 10 year mark yet, Blood Incantation have already made a lot of waves in the death...

Timeworn – Leave the Soul for Now

On their third studio album, the Norwegian five-piece of Timeworn deliver a mix of hardcore and post-metal; hardcore with the vocal route of yelling,...

Rainbows Are Free – Head Pains

A fun, tripped-out album with plenty of variety keeping its retro flavors feeling fresh

ZaRRaZa – Rotten Remains

Well-executed brutal death metal that, while good, is not exactly pushing the genre forward.

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