'68- Yes, and... (Album Review) Sept. 27, 2023

Yes, and​.​.​.
by '68

In a little less than two months, ten years will have passed since The Chariot called it quits. That also mean Josh Scogins current band 68 celebrates their first decade as well. After spending a decade and a half in the metalcore and mathcore space with Luti-Kriss, Norma Jean, and The Chariot, 68 r...

War of Ages- Dominion (Album Review) Sept. 26, 2023

Dominion (2023)
by War of Ages

The past few years have seen a slew of metalcore bands reform after years of inactivity, but theres something to be said for those that never left and have been offering a consistent stream of new music year after year. Eries War of Ages fall into this category, as despite some lineup changes over t...

3TEETH- EndEx (Album Review) Sept. 22, 2023


Industrial rock and metal may not be as prominent in the musical mainstream as they were throughout the 90s and 2000s, but newer groups like 3TEETH have showcased that the genre is alive and well. Their 2014 debut started things off closer to the harsher end of the industrial spectrum, but over time...

Cannibal Corpse Albums RANKED Through Chaos Horrific Sept. 22, 2023

Cannibal Corpse Tier List 2023
by Cannibal Corpse

🔥 Get ready for a brutal journey through the discography of death metal legends, Cannibal Corpse! 🤘 Join us as we dissect their 15 studio albums and rank them in an epic tier list of blood-soaked proportions. From "Eaten Back to Life" to "Chaos Horrific," we'll be examining each album's ferocious ri...

JOHN- A Life Diagrammatic (Album Review) Sept. 20, 2023

A Life Diagrammatic

Haunting When it comes to naming your band, some people go for long and verbose names while others keep it simple. The latter is what London based JOHN chose to do a decade ago, as the guitar and drum duo are both named John and opted to name their band accordingly (though youll sometimes see them l...

Cassetta- 2 Song Single (Single Review) Sept. 18, 2023

2 Song Single
by Cassetta

Cassetta may be a new name in the hardcore/metalcore space, but it has members who have been involved in several other bands throughout the years (including bigger names like Scars of Tomorrow and Suicide Silence). With an emphasis on combining different elements of heavy genres and capturing the in...

Baroness- STONE (Album Review) Sept. 18, 2023

by Baroness

Since their formation in 2003, Baroness has gone through a significant amount of change. Not only has founding guitarist/vocalist John Baizley had quite a few bandmates depart and new ones join, but the groups music has transformed from its heavier sludge roots into a combination of progressive rock...

Top 15 Best Folk Metal Albums Sept. 18, 2023

Best Folk Metal
by Metal Trenches

Grab your battle axes and flagons of ale, we're running down 15 of my favorite folk metal albums. Whether you're new to the genre or an experienced listener, this list is bound to have SOMETHING that piques your interest from more stripped back pagan sounds to full symphonic bombastic stuff fit for ...

90's Thrash Metal Albums That Didn't SUCK Sept. 15, 2023

90's Thrash Metal Albums
by Metal Trenches

Get ready to unleash your inner thrasher as we travel back in time to the explosive era of '90s Thrash Metal! 🤘 In this video, we're counting down the top 15 albums that shaped the landscape of this exhilarating genre during one of its most influential decades. From blistering riffs to breakneck spe...

Manii- Innerst i mørket (Album Review) Sept. 14, 2023

Innerst I Mørket
by Manii

Before transitioning into more experimental territory, Norways Manes released three demos and 1999s Under ein blodraud mane which cemented their legacy in black metal. By 2005s Vilosphe some shades of black metal remained but elements of trip-hop and avant-garde rock had seeped in, and original voca...

Kill Devil Hill- Seas Of Oblivion (Album Review) Sept. 13, 2023

Seas Of Oblivion
by Kill Devil Hill

In the early 2010s, Kill Devil Hill burst onto the scene with two albums that blurred the lines between hard rock and heavy metal and some well-known musicians in their ranks. Vocalist Dewey Bragg and guitarist Mark Zavon were joined by Rex Brown (Pantera) and Vinnie Appice (Black Sabbath, Heaven H...

Best Metal Bands With NO BAD ALBUMS! Sept. 11, 2023

Bands With No Bad Albums
by Metal Trenches

There are a lot of great metal bands out there, but when it comes to full discographies, there are only so many with NO BAD ALBUMS. Today I'm sharing 12 of my favorite metal bands that don't have a single dud in their oeuvre from death and black metal to melodeath and metalcore. Who has the BEST dis...

Pomegranate Tiger- All Input Is Error (Album Review) Sept. 8, 2023

All Input Is Error
by Pomegranate Tiger

In the early to mid-2010s, Pomegranate Tiger made a splash in the progressive metal scene with two full length albums that captured a similar flurry of ideas as bands like Animals as Leaders. Formed by multi-instrumentalist Martin Andres, Pomegranate Tiger had some djent and other trappings of instr...

Cryptopsy Albums RANKED Through 'As Gomorrah Burns' Sept. 8, 2023

Cryptopsy Tier List
by Cryptopsy

It's time to deep dive into the discography of one of the most influential and relentless bands in the technical death metal scene - Cryptopsy! Prepare yourselves for a no-holds-barred best-to-worst tier list ranking of their studio albums, from humble 90's beginnings and classics like None So Vile ...

With Honor- Boundless (Album Review) Sept. 8, 2023

by With Honor

Thanks in part to festivals like Furnace Fest, the past few years has seen a lot of reunions within the hardcore scene. Bands that have been inactive since the early or mid-2000s have reappeared, often sounding just as energetic as they were two decades ago. Connecticuts With Honor is one of those b...

Dying Fetus Albums RANKED Through 'Make Them Beg For Death' Sept. 7, 2023

Dying Fetus Tier List
by Dying Fetus

🤘 Get ready to dive headfirst into the bone-crushing world of technical death metal ! 🤘 We're taking a deep dive into the discography of the legendary Dying Fetus! 🔥 From the pulverizing riffs of classics like Destroy The Opposition to the unrelenting aggression of their new 2023 album 'Make Them Be...

Slowdive- everything is alive (Album Review) Sept. 1, 2023

everything is alive
by Slowdive

Shoegaze occupied a significant portion of the alternative rock landscape for the first five to six years of the 1990s, but as popular taste started to shift as the decade continued a lot of the bigger names in the genre faded away. It wouldnt be until almost two decades later that many of these ban...

Marduk Albums RANKED Through Memento Mori Sept. 1, 2023

Marduk Tier List
by Marduk

Time to delve deep into the darkness of the legendary Marduk! In this video, we're ranking the albums of these black metal legends from the infernal depths of their debut to the atmospheric crescendos of their new 2023 release 'Memento Mori.' 🤘 Marduk's sonic evolution, over the course of multiple v...

Empire State Bastard- Rivers of Heresy (Album Review) Aug. 31, 2023

Rivers of Heresy
by Empire State Bastard

Empire State Bastard may have seemed to emerge from thin air a few months ago, but the band has actually been in the works for at least a decade. Formed by Biffy Clyro singer/guitarist Simon Neil and Oceansizes Mike Vennart (who has also played live with Biffy Clyro), this new project is something e...

YOUR Best Underground Metal Albums August 2023 Aug. 30, 2023

Best Of Bandcamp August 2023
by Metal Trenches

🤘 Once again, we're diving headfirst into the world of underground metal, as we react to YOUR recommendations for the latest and greatest albums from the depths of Bandcamp! 🔥 From bone-crushing riffs to drifting melodies, we're immersing ourselves in the sheer talent of bands that often fly under t...

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