While Downfall and Rebirth may not be a terribly unique album, it is both a great listen and a solid start for the folk metal genre in 2015.
Condemned to Hope is something of a flawed gem is that the music itself sounds fantastic, but a couple of faults hold the album back from being a truly great listen.
Superstition may not branch out much from the sound The Birthday Massacre has long since established, but it does feel like its own entity.
Cruachan have a long history of releasing fantastic albums, and Blood for the Blood God is no exception.
Massive Addictive does make the passing grade, but just barely.
If Silent Planet carry on in their current stride, they’re very likely to follow in the footsteps of those bands evident in their sonic influences.
Vintar may be far from groundbreaking, but the album makes for a strong listen fans of the Viking metal genre are sure to enjoy.
Since June, South Africans have been champing at the bit waiting to rock their faces off to the Foo Fighters. The announcement of the show was met with elation and a sudden increase in church attendance, because clearly God works miracles. Finally, on November 13, the evening arrived, and lives were changed! BLK JKS got the evening off to a…
I wouldn’t claim Z² to be one of Devin Townsend’s greatest releases, however it is an epic double album and a worthy sequel to Ziltoid the Omniscient.
Dawn of the 5th Era may be far from groundbreaking, but it’s an excellent listen fans of the melodic death metal genre are sure to enjoy.