War Gods Of The Deep - Monsters, Magic & Mayhem

War Gods Of The Deep – Monsters, Magic & Mayhem

Not to be confused with the early 60s horror movie based on an Edgar Allan Poe poem though that’s possibly where the name came...

Review: Sicada – Requisition

'Black Sheep' (Remaster) – This track has enough bite for the listener to be totally engulfed as the thrash becomes apparent. Its bite is...

Corsair ‘Ghosts of Proxima Centauri’

Somewhere out in space a dwarf star implodes, crumbling witlessly into oblivion while a million light years away a wolf howls at an unearthly...

Review: I, The Lion – Run EP

I, The Lion – Run EP Release Date: 9th February 2015 Post punk trio I, The Lion are set to release their latest EP, Run...

Housefires EP Review ‘Before The Celling Caves’

Despite having formed little over a year ago, Portsmouth 5 piece Housefires have been causing quite the stir. With reviews from Kerrang, interviews in...
The Xcerts

The Xcerts had a Late One

Hailing from Scotland, though you'd never be able to tell with their unaccented vocals and no bagpipes insight rockers, The Xcerts, release an acoustic...

Review: The Big Teutonic Four – Part II

From the early 80’s on they’ve been the leading figures of Germany’s thrash metal scene, shaping an entire genre that soon should spread all...

Generation Graveyard ‘We are the Empty’ EP Review

Genre: Death Punk Hailing from the London area of the UK, this five-man strong army of death punkers have savagely produced this EP entitled “We...
The Shrine

The Shrine are in a Cruel World

I love it when I'm researching a band for a review and find other bands out there with the same name. The Shrine are a...

SPQR ‘No Brain, No Pain’ EP out now

No Brain, No Pain is the third EP from self-described Art-Rock band SPQR from Liverpool. Art-Rock is a very general term, but it perfectly...