(7/10) Swedish heavy rockers Corroded start into the new year with having their 5th studio album in their backpack. 'Bitter' is their second album for Despotz Records and it shows the band, playing heavier than on the latest 'Defcon Zero' release. Modern guitar riffs and stomping rhythm are the core elements of these twelve songs,... Continue Reading →
(9/10) Rival Sons is one of the rising stars that constantly shone brighter over the last 10 years. The quartet premiered in 2009 and since then each new longplayer scored better than the previous one. 'Hollow Bones' was the latest and greatest in Rival Sons discography with chart entries in many countries. Now it's up... Continue Reading →
Five years after having released ‘Simplicity’, rock pioneers Tesla announced a new longplayer. ‘Shock’ will be released on March 8th through Universal Music. A first appetizer has been revealed already and can be watched HERE Furthermore the title track is available on Spotify. Stay tuned for more.
(9/10) Malevolent Creation's 13th beast is a hungry one. The new longplayer of Florida-based riff grinder Malevolent Creation is a strong statement that oldschool death metal is livelier than ever. The quartet released their latest album 'Dead Man's Path' in 2015 and a lot of things happened between then and now. What had the biggest... Continue Reading →
(8/10) The current state of the world isn’t the best one and bands like Prophets Of Rage picked-up the topic a couple of years ago. They stand in a long tradition of other bands like Bad Brains, Public Enemy and Body Count, to mention just some bands that stood up for a world of justice,... Continue Reading →
Canadian heavy music artist Devin Townsend has officially announced the release of his forthcoming new album ‘Empath’ for the 29th March 2019. Devin comments: “Hello everybody, this is Devin Townsend and I would like to formally announce that after almost a year and a half of working, I have finished 'Empath'. Now this record has taken me down a lot... Continue Reading →
(8/10) Herman Frank is best known for his work with German metal pioneers Accept. He was part of the legendary 'Balls to the Wall' album before he left the band after the album work was done. Frank returned to Accept in 2005 for some festival shows, followed by a reunion and three new longplayers. But... Continue Reading →