Black metal is doing well in 2018. Albums by Craft, Esoctrilihum, Kriegsmaschine, Arkheth, Master’s Hammer and Hoth, for example, have taken the expression of the
Leaving us bathing in “Stardust” and longing to continue our journey only a few months ago, Soul Dissolution returns to us in standout fashion with
South Jersey Tech-Death Metallers ‘Cognitive’ are back with their third full length, continuing to build on the solid foundations laid by their self titled debut and
For those of you who are unaware, Swedish Death Metal gods Bloodbath are the product of a bunch of really talented individuals all sitting around
Warmer weather always makes me want to listen to cold, grim, Black Metal. The new album from Polish outfit Outre is definitely pushing that button.
And here I present to you more of Canada’s finest, being a band called ‘Survival Instinct‘, and yes, they do indeed contain the members of
The mighty tree of Metal provides yet again folks.The Great Mackintosh did a review last year of a band named Kremlin, and was mighty impressed,
Doom metal is one of the underrepresented genres in the Indian metal bands. Dirge are one of the few doom metal acts in the country.
It is not often that my good friend and colleague ‘Trendcrusher’ asks anything of The Great Mackintosh, so when he does, I tend to take
The status of an Extreme Metal legend can be a bit of a diluted thing in promo kits. Bands with minor, or almost non-existent
Hailing from the Bay Area of San Francisco and the brainchild of the almighty Greg Wilkinson comes one of his best efforts yet with Brainoil.
Hi guys. Thanks for taking the time out to have a chat with your biggest Aussie fan ha-ha, nah. I happen to know that you
Old Skool United Kingdom Death Metal should, as far as I’m concerned, be its own genre. Yes OSUKDM may sound like something you may find