Underoath – Erase Me

April 10, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

9/10 Anyone who was worried that an eight year gap between albums may have softened Underoath’s touch can breathe a sigh of relief. Erase Me is definitely more polished than anything from the earlier half […]

Jason Philips Band - Animal Inside

Jason Philip Band – Animal Inside 

April 3, 2018 Ben Cornel 0

5/10 Out of Fayetteville, North Carolina, comes the Jason Philip Band with their 2017 release Animal Inside. The five-track album is a short listen of dialled-back indie folk rock. Instrumentally the band pulls together some very nice […]


AcidTrip Tamo – NaZaLee

April 2, 2018 Syd Ghan 0

8/10 It’s extremely rare for a song to pop into my head the day after only listening to it once. Such was the case with “Tribe,” the first track on AcidTrip Tamo’s latest release NaZaLee. […]

Ministry - Amerikkant

Ministry – Amerikkant

March 30, 2018 Max Morin 0

5.5/10 Do you ever look at something and think, “How did you fuck that up?” Whether it’s an Ikea chair, a bowl of KD or a democratic electoral system, some things end up being ruined […]


Ænimus – The Final Warning

March 27, 2018 Mickey Ellsworth 0

7.5/10 From the experimental days of early black-metal through the rise of death- and grind-metal subgenres, Sweden has always played an important role in the development of different styles and approaches to heavy music. On […]


Agnesis – In Places We Keep

March 26, 2018 Jason Greenberg 0

5/10 In the mystical, magical land of Perth, Australia lives a progressive rock/metal act by the name of Agnesis. For fans of more symphonically charged progressive music, like that of the mighty Opeth, both the […]

MOOCH - Timewarp

MOOCH – Timewarp

March 23, 2018 Max Morin 0

8/10 That’s it? Timewarp, the new EP by Montreal doom rockers MOOCH, feels over before it even begins. It’s a damn shame too, because the amount of psychedelic swamp sounds that MOOCH manage to drum […]