2015 releases

Devil City Angels - Devil City Angels (Century Media)

Devil City Angels - just another 'supergroup'?
Release Date: 
11 Sep 2015 (All day)


Enertia - Piece of the Factory (Divebomb/Tribunal)

Enertia emerge from a decade of silence with a solid, enjoyable piece of work.
Release Date: 
17 Jul 2015 (All day)

There’s something timeless about Enertia’s music that is undeniably comforting.

Krisiun - Forged in Fury (Century Media)

Release Date: 
6 Aug 2015 - 11:30pm

Mid way through the second track on this, Krisiun’s tenth album, the admittedly excellent Ways of Barbarism, I found myself wondering ‘why?

Blasphemy - Fallen Angel of Doom (Nuclear War Now! Productions)

Fuck yeah!
Release Date: 
30 Jun 2015 - 11:30pm

Canadian nut-jobs Blasphemy should enjoy a huge resurgence with this re-release of their classic 1990 album Fallen Angel of Doom.

Darktribe- The Modern Age (Scarlet Records)

If this is what the modern age of music is going to sound like, where would you rather be?
Release Date: 
21 Jul 2015 (All day)

An album full to the brim with strong melody, robust riffing and above all, a touch of class ,The Modern Age Is a well-rounded release which stacks up more than adequately within the power

Eradikator - Edge of Humanity (Divebomb/Tribunal)

Straightforward - though very pleasing - thrash from the Black Country...

Brummie thrashers Eradikator are, quite frankly superb.

Diamond Dogs - Quitters & Complainers (Livewire/Cargo Records)

A new album from Diamond Dogs? You'll get no complaining from me!
Release Date: 
13 Aug 2015 - 11:30pm

Midway through the fourth track on Diamond Dogs latest album, Quitters and Complainers, the superbly ragged Broken, you find yourself thinking ‘christ on a bike,

Between the Buried and Me - Coma Ecliptic (Metal Blade)

Epic, wondrous stuff...

Forget the lazy prog references you’ll read elsewhere in reviews of Coma Ecliptic, the seventh studio full-lengther from North Carolina’s Between the Bu

Corners of Sanctuary - Prelude to War (The Japan Demo) (Own Label)

Earnest stuff, but nothing you've not heard before.

‘’Hailing from Philadelphia, PA, Corners of Sanctuary formed in 2011 to breathe new life into heavy metal’’.

Titan's Eve's Kyle Gamblin: "I don't know why the Canadian scene is so strong. Maybe it's our great beer?"

Yet more great metal is emanating from the Great White North...

Canadian thrashers Titan’s Eve have been on the MaF radar for a few years now, never failing to impress whoever happens to be in the office when we decide to bust