Lamb Of God are back with Omens; another fine slice of heavy metal from the veteran Virginian rockers.
Dominic has written about music for several years for various outlets including Louder Than War magazine, The Sludgelord, Manchester Evening News and Cultural Bulletin.
Slipknot return for another blast of the extreme on The End, So Far…the closing of a chapter and the beginning of a new one? The signs are here.
Crippled Black Phoenix take the stage in Manchester on the release day of their new record; Banefyre. MØL & Impure Wilhelmina offer support.
Machine Head return with a blistering new record that sees the Bay Area thrashers scale the summits again.
Bret McKenzie makes the solo break away from hit comedies and film soundtracks with his first full length long player; Songs Without Jokes.
ANIIMALIA release their new EP and show just what all the hype is about…they are a band to really keep an eye on.
Arch Enemy unleash Deceivers; the bands’ latest…their 11th… long player. Could this be a career high for the heavy metal outfit?
Soulfly continue to stand the test of time and the brothers Cavalera continue to thrive.
Ithaca step out in support of their stupendously good second LP, They Fear Us; a record that is so very vital.
Dissonance Records is one arm of Cherry Red Records that looks after heavier bands and reissues. We check out a selection of their releases here.
Amon Amarth invade our aural senses once again with their twelfth studio album of valorous Viking metal. Hail, The Great Heathen Army.
Ithaca return with their second album, They Fear Us; a blistering mix of hardcore, prog, power pop and industrial metal.
Right To Roam Festival returns to Bolton with a staggering array of artists across four venues over the course of two days.
Maz O’Connor recently released her new album, What I Wanted. We welcome Maz to the site as she takes us around the places and themes of the album.
Mercury Rev have All Is Dream repressed with added extras on limited double vinyl set.