Sum 41 – Screaming Bloody Murder Review


Screaming Bloody Murder


10 years on from their breakthrough album All Killer No Filler, do the Canadians still have it in them?

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Lower Than Atlantis – World Record Review

World Record

World Record

Less than twelve months after the fantastic Far Q, Lower Than Atlantis are back with their new album, World Record.

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The Defiled – Grave Times Review


Grave Times


The Defiled showed they were capable of something huge on their début EP 1888 released in 2009. it contained 5 tracks of brutal metalcore, with huge vocal hooks and some really cool synths.

With Grave Times, the band have exceeded all expectations and released a bona fide contender for album of the year. Continue reading

Bring Me The Horizon – There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It, There is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret Review

There is a hell...

No one divides opinions like Bring Me The Horizon, and with their new album There Is a Hell, Believe Me I’ve Seen It, There is a Heaven, Let’s Keep It a Secret, they are set to change a few minds. Continue reading

Murderdolls – Women And Children Last Review

Women And Children Last

For the Death Valley Superstars, sadism was merely an appetizer… And revenge was the main course! Continue reading

36 Crazyfists – Collisions And Castaways Review

Collisions And Castaways

Alaska’s finest return with their fifth studio album, Collisions And Castaways.

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Avenged Sevenfold – Nightmare Review


It’s your fucking nightmare…

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Furyon – Gravitas Review


The future of British rock has arrived! Furyon unleash their killer début Gravitas!

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Eminem – Recovery Review


Eminem is back with Recovery, the follow-up to 2008’s Relapse.

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Ozzy Osbourne – Scream Review


The prince of darkness returns with his tenth studio album, Scream.

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