Rescuing the band from a creative slump and some career-threatening personal squabbles, Diamond Eyes represented less a return to form and more a haughty show of strength.
We dive a little deeper on a modern classic.
As debuts go, there are few that can compete with Reign Of Suffering.
Marmozets are still unfairly overlooked in mainstream circles, yet remain something truly something special. Here’s why.
Heavy more in emotion than sound, Gojira’s 2016 LP was a masterpiece.
A bona fide death metal classic? We think so.
We spoke to one half of Bismuth for this inside look at their 2018 landmark.
Although their legacy may be regrettably short lived, it is still difficult to think of anything to happen in twenty first century rock music more exciting than Letlive.
What kind of black metal album cares about the sun? What kind of black metal album has a fucking pink cover designed by a guy from an emo band?
Deeply personal stories and a smart production make this one of the best hip-hop albums of the decade.
An utterly unmissable amalgamation of enchanting post-rock beauty and hardcore ruthlessness.
A remarkable accomplishment from a band worthy of a respect they are often denied.
Black Sabbath’s final album was a landmark moment in metal’s history.
A triumphant piece of work from these most monstrously gifted musicians.
Doing away with genre limitations on Mire, Conjurer smash together hardcore, doom, death, sludge, prog, black and post-metal in a way that is vicious, natural-sounding and free-flowing.
“It was a difficult second album. But it made me feel less alone.” – the Svalbard guitarist/vocalist bares all on their sophomore effort.