Review UNDERTOW ‚Bipolar‘

Metal force Undertow are no stranger when it comes to heavy metal from Germany. The band started in 1993 and has eight albums under their belt. The latest one was the smashing ‚Reap the Storm‘ record, that, as each of the earlier longplayers, was a critically acclaimed one. Four years later Undertow return with a... Continue Reading →

Review HEART ATTACK ‘Negative Sun’

Cannes is known for the film festival, for glamour and sunshine. But metal? A band that started in 2006 to brings Cannes on the metal map is Heart Attack. Hailing from Southern France, the quartet didn’t rush towards the release of their debut album. It took until 2013 before the first Heart Attack longplayer reached... Continue Reading →

Review INCITE ‘Wake Up Dead’

‘Wake Up Dead’ is the beginning of a new era for Incite. Having signed a deal with Atomic Fire Records allow the band to reach a much wider fanbase and ‘Wake Up Dead’ marks the starting point of the endeavor. Less new though are some of the songs on ‘Wake Up Dead’. The album feels... Continue Reading →

Review WARPATH ‘Disharmonic Revelations’

Thinking about thrash metal from Hamburg means having Warpath on the radar. The band started in the early ‘90s and after having shipped four longplayers to the record stores a first era came to an end in 1998. Nearly 20 years later, Warpath returned with their ‘Bullets for a Desert Session’ album. This was the... Continue Reading →

Review ONCE HUMAN ‘Scar Weaver’

Once Human release their third album 'Scar Weaver' these days and also this time the listener gets to hear a thunderous load of modern metal. The spectacle starts with 'Eidolon', a massive opener that makes some noise but never really gets out of the starting blocks. Next comes 'Deadlock' and the fact that Machine Head's... Continue Reading →

Review TRANSPORT LEAGUE ‘Kaiserschnitt’

Swedish heavy rockers Transport League have their new album ready to go. The longplayer is entitled ‘Kaiserschnitt’ and if it took some doing, we don’t know. A sure thing though is the fact that recording an album these days isn’t an easy undertaking and it needs an extra effort to make such a longplayer happen.... Continue Reading →

MACHINE HEAD released a digital single

Today, Oakland-based Machine Head released a digital single called 'Arrows in Words From the Sky'. The release contains three new tracks: 'Rotten', 'Arrows in Words From the Sky' and the massive 'Become the Firestorm'. The effects of a pandemic and the death of Robb Flynn's mother had an impact on these three songs and added... Continue Reading →

Review GOJIRA ‘Fortitude’

The quartet started in 2001 when they successfully completed a renaming from Godzilla to Gojira. The debut 'Terra Incognita' was released in the same year and since then the band has become essential.Gojira slowly and steadily built up a fanbase that is constantly growing. This can be recognized among other things by the chart entries,... Continue Reading →

BODY COUNT published an iconic new video

Grammy Award winners Body Count have never shied away from keeping it raw and real. In that spirit, Ice-T and crew launched a contest for fans to illuminate the musical and lyrical ballistics to their song, 'The Hate Is Real', from their latest album, Carnivore. Fans were asked to create and submit their own videos and the band... Continue Reading →

CD review EKTOMORF ‘Reborn’

Zoltán "Zoli" Farkas certainly cannot be blamed for a lack of willpower, and Ektomorf's career was certainly not a straight highway to success. Farkas and Ektomorf were confronted with several difficulties. Due to his gypsy roots, Farkas was confronted with racism and prejudice while Ektomorf was often labeled as being a Sepultura-clone. However, all these... Continue Reading →

SOULFLY’s ‘Live Ritual NYC MMXIX’ out now

Metal icons Soulfly are proud to announce and release their 'Live Ritual NYC MMXIX' digital EP. In celebration, the band has offered the fans a live video for the track 'The Summoning' which can be seen here: https://youtu.be/ix9Ny1YgpO0 Vocalist/guitarist Max Cavalera comments, "New York is a mesmerizing city; the city that never sleeps! I always look forward to playing in NY. The Gramercy is a great... Continue Reading →

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