Lucifer’s Fall are an Australian doom metal band and this is their latest release. It’s an oddball collection of rarities – live tracks, rehearsals, covers, splits, demos, etc. – 62 minutes of raucous, rocking doom metal. Sorry, DOOM METAL!
I can’t help but really like Lucifer’s Fall. They’ve got songs, they’ve got attitude, and they’ve got balls. What’s not to like? Continue reading →
This is the debut release by Dim Lords, an anonymous black metal band.
With very little information about this band, (that I could find), other than what’s available from the below Bandcamp page, we’re left to simply absorb the 19 minutes of material we are confronted by on Last World, Dead Universe. Continue reading →
Dead Retinas are a hardcore band from the UK and this is their latest EP.
Here we have 10 minutes of energetic and charismatic hardcore. This is sharp, scathing music that knows a good riff when it sees it and is backed up by punishing beats and a sense of songwriting that’s compelling and moreish. Continue reading →
This is the debut album from Polish grindcore band Psychoneurosis.
Despite forming in 1991, this is Psychoneurosis’ first full length. The band reactivated in 2016 after being quiet for a decade and a half. I became familiar with Psychoneurosis through their recent split with Agathocles, which I quite enjoyed. Continue reading →
This is the fifth album from US post-metal band A Storm of Light.
Here we have 51 minutes of music that mixes metal, post-metal, punk, doom, quasi-industrial, and progressive metal. That’s right, it’s quite a mix, but the band pull it off remarkably well. Continue reading →
The Primals are a US rock band and this is their debut album.
Although not normally the kind of music I’m instantly attracted to, I felt compelled to check out All Love Is True Love mainly due to the presence of Darkest Hour‘s singer on vocals. Does that make me shallow? Probably. Continue reading →