Logic Defines Logic – Magic and Science

May 23, 2017 Paul Ablaze 0

8.5/10 Everyone wants to go to Australia, but less people actually do because literally every bit of wildlife there can either kill you or has chlamydia. Hailing from that beautiful, poisonous country, Logic Defies Logic is an […]


Mountain God – Bread Solstice

May 17, 2017 Dominic Abate 0

8/10 Mountain God is an atmospheric doom metal trio hailing from Brooklyn, New York. Their latest release titled Bread Solstice is their third release as a band. Before I even began listening to Bread Solstice, I […]


DDENT – آكتئاب

May 8, 2017 Shawn Thicke 0

6.5/10 Although it might not seem like it, I might be the perfect person to write a metal review. For starters, I have a way better chance at staying objective. Don’t get me wrong, I […]


Die Hexe – Coven

April 27, 2017 Syd Ghan 0

9.5/10 Excuse me while I gush. Coven, the latest offering from Toronto, Ontario’s hardcore outfit Die Hexe, is awesome from front to back. Obvious influences like Converge and Poison the Well shine through all over […]


Mortanius – A Voice From Beyond

April 21, 2017 Syd Ghan 1

6.5/10 Mortanius’ latest EP, A Voice From Beyond, is about as drenched in gothic sounds as it gets. From the synth-laden title track (which doesn’t let up on the melodrama for a whopping eleven and […]


The Brood – The Truth Behind

April 14, 2017 Jesse Gainer 0

7/10 Music is never created in a vacuum. Artists draw inspiration from myriad sources, but the most powerful muse for almost every musician tends to be other music. In prehistoric (read: Pre-Napster) times, those looking […]


Cruel Wonders – Gentle Doom

April 10, 2017 Joey Beaudin 0

7/10 Sorrowful, deep, contemplative, melodic, and dark are some of the words that came to mind when listening to the debut album Gentle Doom by Cruel Wonders. This duo is a collaboration of Tamar Singer, […]


Mage – Green

April 3, 2017 Keenan Kerr 1

8/10 There ain’t nothin’ funny about Mage’s album Green. These Leceister, England boys have been around since 2010, and according to them, the death of their guitarist Ben Aucott back in 2015 hasn’t stifled their […]


Power Trip – Nightmare Logic

March 31, 2017 Jesse Gainer 0

9/10 It is a joyous thing when a band drops a killer first record. On top of simply adding to our collective catalogue of good music, a great new record throws down the gauntlet in […]


Wolves Scream – Vestiges

March 27, 2017 Brian Charles Clarke 0

6.5/10 Wolves Scream is a Belgian metalcore band that formed in 2010. Since then they certainly haven’t reinvented the wheel, but what piqued my interest was their focus on the genre’s dark seriousness which steers […]