Therapy? - Disquiet
Review by jupitreas
Therapy? is a band with two faces. On the one hand, we have the experimental, non-conformist Therapy? that is willing to go into all kinds of crazy, unusual territory, as evidenced by monuments to quirkiness such as Nurse, Suicide Pact - You First and Crooked Timber. On the other, we have the Therapy? that is constantly trying to recapture the glory of their greatest hit Troublegum with relatively polite and formulaic albums such as Shameless, Never Apologise Never Explain or One Cure Fits All. Alas, in 2015, with Disquiet we find ourselves staring straight at that second face.


Pyramaze - Disciples Of The Sun
Review by Susan
Many of you are already familiar with the awesome progressive power metal of Danish Pyramaze. Yet, others among you may only know them as the band that Matt Barlow joined after his post-Iced Earth absence from metal, only to leave after recording one album, re-join Iced Earth, then quit again. Nonetheless, Pyramaze was great before and they're still pretty damn great. This Disciples Of The Sun, seven years since their last record, is easily their best yet.


Waltari - You Are Waltari
Review by jupitreas
When reviewing their previous album, I complained that Waltari is no longer as adventurous and crazy as they used to be in the past. Well, apparently they must have read my review since even they now concede that I am Waltari (yes - ME) and that I am the one who knows best what Waltari should sound like.


Theories - Regression
Review by Ilham
There's nothing more satisfying than writing a rant review focusing on the lack of finesse and variety in a grindcore album, and finding another grind release that is so well written it just proves everything previously said to be true.


Whyzdom - Symphony For A Hopeless God
Review by Ag Fox
A new symphonic metal album! Hooray! *waits for the audience to leave, apart from the remaining 5 fans of the genre in this site*


Downfall Of Nur - Umbras De Barbagia
Review by Susan
Few since early Agalloch have written such a stunning soundtrack to your contemplation of the meaning of life, nature, and darkness. Atmospheric, folk-oriented black metal like this can be simultaneously beautiful and ominous. There are things on this earth that are very, very old. Beware, this music will lead you directly to a life of solitude in the forest, living the bare and contented life of the hermit, brought to dwell on the mountainside....


Agnostic Front - The American Dream Died
Review by deadone
Agnostic Front are back and they're pissed. The American Dream Died and the New York hardcore crew are here to spread the word with a veritable kitchen sink of aggressive heavy music centred on hardcore traditions they helped pioneer over thirty years ago.


Chaos Divine - Colliding Skies
Review by R'Vannith
The most absorbing aspect of Colliding Skies is that it's a densely textured record in view of its smooth and approachable sound. In instrumentation, every aspect sets a well defined and accessible trajectory in progressive metal. It is a melodic vehicle for expressive vocal arrangements which project an emphasis that readily uplift the listening experience. Above all else, Australia's Chaos Divine surely aim for consistency in this latest effort.


Staff pick
Taiwaz - I Am All

Half from 2014, half from 1988/89, all ugly as a whole.

Vocals are the highlight, stream it here

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Kamelot - Release Lyric Video For New Song 02.04

New music alert! The release of Kamelot's new album is fast approaching and we still haven't heard any new songs from it. But that is about to change because the symphonic metallers have just premiered the first new track! Stop what you are doing, watch the lyric video for the tune "Veil Of Elysium" here, from the new album Haven and give us your opinion about it. (by BloodTears)   Read more ››
Sigh - Streaming New Song 02.04

The opener for the new album Graveward by Japanese avantgarde black metallers Sigh is streaming online as of now. The new album is scheduled to be released on May 4th by Candlelight Records but that doesn't mean you will have to wait that long to hear more. You can check out the song "Kaedit Nos Pestis" below, which is the second track revealed by the band so far. What is your verdict? (by Karlabos)   Read more ››
Morgoth - New Video Launched 02.04

"Voice Of Slumber" is the new promotional video from German death metallers Morgoth, who have just released their comeback album Ungod after almost two decades. The clip was directed by Dirk Behlau of Pixeleye Interactive, known from his work with bands such as Arch Enemy, Sick Of It All, Dr. Living Dead!, and can be viewed here now. The band shot a live video clip at the final album release show in Wermelskirchen, Germany. (by Bad English)   Read more ››
Minsk - New Album Streaming In Full 02.04

As they are about to release their first new album in six years, Minsk have graced us with a full stream of their new offering, The Crash & The Draw. You can listen to the 76 minutes of material here. The Chicago post-metallers worked alongside Sanford Parker (Twilight, Voivod, Eyehategod, Yob etc.) on this record. (by flightoficarus86)   Read more ››
Bosse-De-Nage - New Song Streaming Online 02.04

A new song by Bosse-De-Nage is streaming online on SoundCloud. It is called "In A Yard Somewhere" and it's from their upcoming album All Fours, scheduled to be released on the 14th of this month by Profound Lore Records. You can check the song below and share your impressions as well. (by Karlabos)   Read more ››
Getting Into: Manowar 29.03

The articles in this series begun by our own Baz Anderson are designed to give a brief overview of a band's entire discography, so as to provide a clear point of entry for the uninitiated. It offers a different approach from the typical review format, for the curious newcomer to a well-traveled band. Manowar Heavy/power metal USA Manowar helped kick off the American power metal scene back in the '80s with their self-referential bombast and overdriven melodic metal. While their fame stems as much from their seemingly-blissful goofiness (and… 'memorable' artwork) as from their... (by ScreamingSteelUS)   Read more ››
Doro & Archer - Bluebird Theater, Denver, CO USA - 11 Mar 2015 19.03

There are women in metal and then there is Doro! The fan crowned Metal Queen held the scepter high and proud the other day in Denver, CO and proved once again why she more than deserves this title. (by D.T. Metal)   Read more ››
MS Awards 2014 - Staff Picks!! 17.03

Finally the end of the 2014 Metal Storm Awards! (by Darkside Momo)   Read more ››
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Woods Of Ypres - Woods 5: Grey Skies & Electric Light (2012)

Wow, what a difficult review to write. On one hand, you want to reject any inclination to get caught up in posthumous worship that seems to happen to any deceased artist, on the other, it's hard to claim that the knowledge that you're playing that artists last message to the world doesn't add certain power. Listened to in context with David Gold's death, Woods 5 comes across as the most depressing album to drop in years. However, taken at face value, it's pretty decent. Nothing amazing, but well worth the listen. (by Doc Godin)   Read more ››

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Michael Amott supposedly left Carcass because they were becoming "too melodic" for him. He then went on to form Arch Enemy, a melodic Death metal band.

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