Lower Automation are one of the best new bands in this math & noise-rock realm.
Perth’s Shangrila only continue to grow with cool new songs like ‘Lift Me Up.’
Not even a feature from Spiritbox’s Courtney LaPlante can save this new Make Them Suffer song.
Listening to new Employed To Serve songs to forget I exist.
‘Vortex’ is a firm reminder that Jinjer really are one of the coolest, most promising metal bands around today.
With the Appalachian folk, classic and gospel-hymn mood of ‘Pennsylvania Furnace,’ Lingua Ignota refuses to copy herself.
Sleep Token are the future.
Alexisonfire do not have a bad record, but which of their four albums is the best of the best?
Perth’s Sedative offers an invitation of the void’s destruction with head-caving debut single, ‘Cough Medicine.’
With UNFD turning ten in 2021, we look back at some of the highs & lows of their catalogue.
The new solo single from the Daughters frontman is a terrifying, industrial noise-rock piece.
The former Pagan vocalist is the perfect fit for the explosive, catchy power-pop-punk of Norway’s Blood Command.
Burn In Hell rise to meet the violence and racism of far-right groups and white supremacists on ‘Bleach’
Loving this heavier sound for Zeal & Ardor.
What every Spiritbox fan has been waiting for: their debut album is called ‘Eternal Blue’ and it releases September 17th.
Everyone can agree that ‘Aesthethica,’ Liturgy’s second and most (in)famous album, is anything but mediocre.
Villa Morta set off a loud metalcore bang on ‘Cryptex’ and its ambitious real-world mission.
Church Tongue are metalcore newcomers to watch moving forward with wicked new EP, ‘The Hubris of Gods Departed’.
Spiritbox has a big new single on their hands with ‘Circle With Me’. I just wish I liked it more.
2021 marks a decade since Funeral For A Friend’s best album, ‘Welcome Home Armageddon!’
One of the best voices in Aussie metal joins one of our nation’s most beloved hardcore acts.
Donovan Melero deep dives into Hail The Sun’s latest and greatest record, ‘New Age Filth.’