Once in a generation, we end up having a band so obscure and different to the rest of the crop we can’t help but admire them from afar. Yet we are too afraid to go near that band for fear that we cannot understand them. HEALTH have proved themselves to be that band with their newest album, ‘Vol 4: Slaves Of Fear’.
Based on the book of the same name, for those who do not know Motley Crue, may I say boredom must have really put in a choke-hold on you if you wanted to read a review on a band you have no clue about.
“Long live Suicide King! Long live King 810!” – High praise from our resident moaning man of Metal indeed! SO why not take a read and find out just what all the hype is about!
On March 4th 2019, the music world was shaken to its very core after hearing of the unexpected and tragic passing of The Prodigy’s frontman, Keith Flint
Avril Lavigne is back with a brand new album in the form of ‘Head Above Water’. Does it hold up to those classic albums many of us hold dear though? Find out inside…
“What started as a simple search for who was opening up for Motionless In White for the January 2018 leg of their tour, Can Hill quickly became a band that I was looking forward to seeing live more than the actual headliners” – Strong words from our resident man o’ metal, so make sure you find out more inside…
Papa Roach brought to the table an album that was well meaning, but ultimately dull. Cane Hill have gone acoustic on our collective backsides and I’m willing to wager Rammstein are going to go full on Oom-Pah on us before the year is out and now we have this, Bring Me The Horizon’s ‘Amo’.
Papa Roach are back with a brand new album in the form of ‘Who Do You Trust?’, but will it make it’s way though Nick, our resident man of metal’s clutches unscathed? Find out inside…
In Key Magazine’s metal and cynical chap in chief Nick takes you through his top ten albums of 2018, with lots of top notch Metal, Rock and Alternative goodies for you to enjoy!
Editor’s Disclaimer: All opinions expressed in this review are that of it’s Author and do not represent In Key Magazine as a whole. Please be advised for the gratuitous use of very strong language and adult themes, that some may find offensive, right from the very start.