album and song reviews
Molassess Oozes “Through the Hollow” In Your Psyche (Album Review)
Featuring multiple members of The Devil's Blood, Molassess offers a darkly beautiful take on psychedelic rock -- the band's first full-length showcases the engrossing power of heavy music.
For Blue Öyster Cult, “The Symbol Remains” Indomitable
The classic rock legends return with an album that might be the first released since some of their fans have been alive -- for them and older fans alike, it's an album worth the iconic glyph that graces its cover.
The Psychedelic Magic of REZN’s “Chaotic Divine” (Album Premiere)
We're streaming the entirety of Chicago doomsters REZN's new album now, offering up a psychedelic stoner experience that pushes well past the norm.
“Shame” On You: Inside Uniform’s Noisy Industrial Concept Album
We peer inside the dismal mechanisms of this album, one that takes Uniform's acerbic combination of industrial, hardcore, and noise to another level.
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.
“Flowers of Evil”: Ulver Bids You Welcome to Their Burning Synthpop Church
Ulver returns with a new album that takes the gloomy synthpop of their last album to another level. Read Sahar Alzilu's 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.
Atramentus’ “Stygian” Embraces the Depths (Full Album Stream + Interview)
Members of Chthe'ilist, Gevurah, Serocs, and Sutrah bring forth an exceptional example of funeral doom metal.
“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.