Tombs are a US post-black metal band and this is their fourth album.
Both 2014’s Savage Gold and last year’s All Empires Fall were absolute top-quality releases from this very well-regarded band. Mixing black metal with a whole host of other styles and influences to create something all Continue reading →
This is the debut album from UK electro rockers Barrabus.
Barrabus play an individual style of enhanced rock that sees their delivery sit somewhere between that of Faith No More, Rabies Caste, Every Time I Die, and Dead Kennedys. It’s a somewhat eclectic mix that actually comes together in a highly cohesive manner across the album. Continue reading →
Demonsmoke are a sludge/doom band from the US and this is their debut album.
Wearing their influences on their sleeves, Demonsmoke exist in the same world as bands like Eyehategood, Iron Monkey, Dopethrone, and the like. Yep, this is sludgy, nasty, full of infectious heavy blues riffs, and smothered in harsh, hateful vocals. Continue reading →
Muka are a Croatian black metal band and this is their second album.
Here we have almost 30 minutes of dark, dissonant black metal. This description doesn’t paint a complete picture though, as here’s a band that play according to their own rules of multi-genre music. Continue reading →