‘Cloaked’ is the first taste of Rolo Tomassi’s next album and it makes me so fucking happy.
‘Post-Boredom’ sees the most honest moment yet from singer Keith Buckley.
I9K proving that evil does indeed come in every size with ‘Assault & Batteries.’
Spencer Chamberlain featuring on a deathcore band’s new song is the great surprise I needed in 2021.
‘The Love You Want’ sees Sleep Token plotting a course into some fresh blue waters for their enigmatic sound.
Frontierer continues to be one of the heaviest, most ridiculous math-metal bands around with ‘Glacial Plasma.’
Deafheaven ditch the black metal & lean full-tilt into shoegaze on ‘In Blur’ to great effect.
Rivers Of Nihil work hard but riff harder on ‘Clean.’
Rejoice: New Underoath album ‘Voyuerist’ coming in 2022.
One of metalcore’s bright new hopes, Dying Wish, continue to write emotionally honest, ass-beating songs
The quiet past of Zeal & Ardor smashes against their fast-approaching aggressive future with ‘Erase.’
Riffs, riffs and riffs!
The Plot In You continue to blend poppiness & heaviness better than many of their peers on ‘Face Me.’
Burn In Hell put the Christian church’s influence of Australia in their cross-hairs with the scorching ‘Cathedral.’
ten56. are one of the heaviest new acts around, but their strength lies in how they address real topics in their music.
Monique Pym of Sydney’s Reliqa interviews Spiritbox’s own Courtney LaPlante ahead of ‘Eternal Blue’ dropping next mo...
Turnstile do things their own way. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. On ‘Blackout,’ it’s the former.
An analysis of Northlane’s interesting, meta and inventive single, ‘Clockwork.’
‘View To A Fill,’ the latest song from Delta Sleep, is precisely why they’re one of the best contemporary math-rock groups...
Thrice continue to create some of the most honest artistic expressions in modern rock music with ‘Scavengers.’
The Danish blackgaze group are still leading the genre’s pack with their new single ‘Photophobic.’
‘Damn Excuses’ is the heaviest thing Underoath have done since 2010’s exemplary yet underrated ‘Disambiguation’...
Ice Nine Kills have to return some videotapes on their new American Psycho-inspired pop-metalcore outing.