All in Reviews

Monje - Monje Album Review [2018]

Representing Buenos Aries, Argentina, young bloods Monje released their debut self-titled LP, releasing their own fuzz-filled sound into the passionate South American scene. With a summer of shows at the helm for the band, our new writer Ben Ambush fills us in on this 2018 release.

Whitechapel - The Valley Review [Metal Blade Records]

Throughout their illustrious and lengthy career, Whitechapel has garnered quite a large fan base. This time around with the heavily anticipated album, The Valley, Whitechapel goes a little deeper into more relatable things. Our contributor from the UK, James Bailey, gives us a heads up on what to expect from The Valley.

"You Never Know What People Are Gonna Think. You Don’t Know If They’ll Love It Or Hate It": Peasant To A King - Senatus EP [Interview + Review/Stream]

Since the recent release of their EP Senatus, Ireland’s Peasant To A King have been gaining some nods within the established music circles. Artists such as Bruce Dickenson gave a thumbs up to the EP and the casual listener reviews have been no different. With both feet on the ground, running into an already fast paced 2019, the band took a moment to talk with us followed by a review of Senatus.

Sigh - Heir To Despair [Album Review][Spinefarm Records]

Hailing from the Pearl Of The Orient known as Tokyo, Japan, Sigh has always been known as always changing trying to push their own limits in songwriting. With their most recent effort Heir To Despair [Spinefarm Records], Sigh decided to take a different approach entirely. So how does Heir To Despair stack up? Mark Fisher fills us in!

High N' Heavy - Warrior Queen [Interview / Album Review] (Electric Valley Records)+

Electric Valley Records artists High N’ Heavy are what many categorize a “Stoner” rock or even the growing umbrella of Doom Metal. Whatever genre you decide to call them, they maintain a classic vintage sound that is a reminder of the essential root sound of rock. Today we take a look at High N’ Heavy’s new album Warrior Queen and talk with guitarist John Steele.

Hanging The Nihilist - Crow EP [Review]

After two years of songwriting and playing with and learning from other bands, doing other projects to refine their own talents, Hanging The Nihilist finally releases the fruit of their efforts with their debut EP, Crow. So how does this debut EP stack up to the juggernauts of the European Deathcore scene?

King Diamond - Songs For The Dead Live [Review]

Known for his makeup, his love of Satanism, and his magnificent falsetto, King Diamond has been spreading his own brand of epic metal across the globe, both with Mercyful Fate and as a solo artist, since the early eighties. His latest offering is double-disc live release called Songs For The Dead Live. Mark Fisher reviews.

It Follows - The Devil Put People Here [Review]

A new year is upon us and Polish Metalcore newcomers It Follows waste no time in revealing the fruits of a year in forming and finalizing their team with their debut effort The Devil Put People Here. With their crushing singles “Noose” and “Lynch”, It Follows has a lot of eyes watching to see how this album turns out as a whole. So is It Follows ready for the road to the big leagues?

Jinjer - Micro Album Review

“Jinjer is a Ukrainian Metal band with six releases under their belt (including this one). This is their first release since King of Everything, excluding a 2018 reissue of their second album, Cloud Factory. The band claim many musical influences and have toured alongside Arch Enemy and Cradle of Filth, among others, over the last few years...”