Cytotoxin’s Brutal Death Metal Spawn Rules “Nuklearth”
Applying the maximums of brutal death metal with a thoughtful extension of technicality, Cytotoxin mutates their formula for their fourth full-length album. Here's our full review.
Unleash the Archers: Shining Steel Surging From the “Abyss”
Langdon plunges into the Canadian metal band's latest album, which weaves together European power metal and melodic death metal into a virtuosic spectacle.
“Reflections of the Void” is Question’s Answer to Forgettable Death Metal
Finding a crucial balance between brutality and complexity, Question's second full-length is a skillful effort -- here's our full review of the album.
Krallice’s Surprise Release “Mass Cathexis” Ushers in New Black Metal Dimensions
The black metal world was gifted with a surprise new Krallice album last week -- after about one billion listens over the weekend, here's where we arrived with our thoughts.
Six Death Metal Albums to Soundtrack 2020’s Insane Tumult
We break down six especially adept death metal albums released this year to summon the vivid and sometimes terrifying sounds of the last seven months.
Haken’s Prog Metal “Virus” Usurps Your Mind (Album Review)
We dive into the sixth Haken album "Virus" in all of its progressive, hook-laden, and outlandish glory.
Bulletbelt Floors It: “Warlords” and High-Speed Metal (Album Review)
Heavy metal and thrash pack the cartridges of New Zealand's Bulletbelt, with a primer of black metal to spark off the destruction. Read our review of their fourth record "Warlords" now.
I’m Listening to Death Metal #13: Immolation’s “Majesty and Decay”
In this edition, Langdon follows threads of loss and self-destruction through tumultuous and dark realms of his life where echoes of Immolation lead the way either to salvation… or eternal mind-death.
Master Boot Record’s Dark Synthwave Injects Cyberpunk Into New Adventure Game “VirtuaVerse…
We dissect this thoroughly enjoyable (and dark) new point-and-click cyberpunk adventure game by Theta Division, featuring Master Boot Record whose soundtrack is both befitting and bewildering.
Behold the Arctopus’ “Hapeleptic Overtrove” Melted Our Brains (Album Premiere)
We've got an early full stream of the latest Behold the Arctopus album (feat. Colin Marston, Mike Lerner, Jason Bauers) -- prepare your neurons for the best kind of overload.