Sunday, March 3, 2024

Review: Khanus – Rites of Fire

Exploring the boundaries of matter, spirit, consciousness and the universe with the metal of death as the instrument - since 2015! From the looks of...

Has Glam Rock risen from the dead? Starbenders have the answer.

Hailing from somewhere deep within the time space continuum, or better known as Atlanta , USA, hauntingly fierce four piece Starbenders are taking the...

Review: Lonely The Brave – The Day’s War

It’s been a pretty good year for those Cambridge boys. Gaining traction with genuinely positive press, supporting the likes of Bruce Springsteen and Deftones,...

Review: Equilibrium – Erdentempel

Track-by-track With a thunderous mighty roar or pure power 'Erdentempel' – (Earth Temple) explodes into life with 'Ankunft', which literally means arrival. Now we know 'Erdentempel'...

Review: Samarkind – Debut Album

Samarkind are a new band featuring frontman David P. Byrne (note the ‘P’; it’s not that one from Talking Heads) who, according to the...

Lantern – Below

LANTERN was formed in summer 2007 by Cruciatus, in the eve of Cacodaemon's death. The line-up changes necessary for Cruciatus' work to proceed didn't...

Wounds ‘Die Young’ Album Review

The guys over at In At The Deep End Records have been making a lot of noise about their latest signing Wounds recently and...

Review: Prawn – KingFisher

Indie rockers Prawn formed in Ridgewood, New Jersey in the summer of 2007. The band has toured the United States, and self released two...

Kings X – Three Sides Of One

Kings X are one of those bands who appear to have been around forever, which is basically because they have, beginning their active life...

Sylosis deliver a Cycle Of Suffering

Early next month dawns the arrival of two things. One of Britain’s’ leading metal bands will release their first album in nearly five years....