Sometimes you just get a craving for some rocking, riff-focused stoner/sludge metal, and for times like that the new Attalla album Glacial Rule is quite the tonic. Continue reading
With a heady whiff of stoner, Clutch and Black Sabbath-esque vibes, Telekinetic Yeti deliver over 40 minutes of psychedelic doom rock/metal for the listener’s delectation. Add in some Red Fang and Mastodon and you have a very full album. Continue reading
Here we have an earthy, gritty band that trade in stoner riffs with some nice doom and blues elements.
The guitars are Continue reading
This is thrash metal with some progressive tendencies and even Continue reading
Okay, so the album cover and band name pretty much sum up what this sounds like – you’re gonna get mauled.
This is a balanced offering of complex technical math metal and muscular, taut modern metal. It’s Continue reading
Here we have around 40 minutes of charismatic music. Thrash and groove metal collide to create an enjoyable album that’s worth exploring. Think classic Anthrax and Testament with some groove metal modernity added in. Continue reading
Behind the Sun play extreme metal that takes a progressive view of its influences, delivering half an hour or so of modern music that engages and satisfies. Continue reading
Darkest Hour are one of the original and best proponents of combining hardcore, metal and thrash.
One of the first to take the Continue reading
Channelling a lovely line in grim filthiness, Deadwound fuse dark hardcore with sludge metal to produce 22 minutes of riotous ugliness.
The singer Continue reading
As much as I luuurrrvvvveeee the distortion of a good guitar, I do always like it when I come across a band that eschews this in favour of the primal heaviness of just drums and bass. Continue reading