Much like Ghost, it would appear Babymetal have been poster children of some made up spewing hatred towards those who want to keep Metal ‘pure’, like the worlds most laughable Death Eaters. Does there new album keep the purists mouths foaming as the rest of us are having a blast though? Find out inside…
‘The Nothing’ may not be KoRn at their most experimental and for older fans, it’s all very familiar. However, KoRn’s thirteenth studio effort is brimming with the psychotic angry energy that put the band on the map twenty-five years ago.
Tool are back after fifteen years, with a brand new album in the shape of ‘Fear Inoculum’. Were we taken to a higher plain of existence, only accessible by fans of Tool, Rick & Morty and peanut butter, marmite and cheese sandwiches? No, not really. Find out why inside…
Whilst we wait for the review of/complete annihilation roasting of the latest Tool album, our resident Master Of Metal gave ‘We Are Not Your Kind’, the latest album from Slipknot, a thorough listening too.
If you weren’t sold on ‘Bad Guy’ before or just simply couldn’t risk ruining your super Metal credentials by admitting you liked what you heard, here’s your excuse to show it off loud and proud, with this cover from Ten Second Songs and Jared Dines.
Relentless, hard-hitting and packed full of biting social commentary, ‘Metawar’ from LA’s 3Teeth may well just be the next big name in Industrial, so you can thank us when you heard about them here first!
Rammstein has had zero chill and could not give a f**k about your feelings. So after ten years, how does the controversial kings of German Metal’s newest, self-titled release compare to their incredible discography? Find out inside…
There’s very few people in the world of music who are quite as politically vocal Tom Morello, who turns fifty-five today. So let’s rage in his honour with this stone-cold banger from Prophets Of Rage!
So, take five minutes out of your day and give yourself over to beauty with this utter masterpiece from Finnish Cello Metal outfit, Apocalyptica, featuring a duet from none other than Ville Valo and Lauri Ylönen. Finland forever!
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.