Release Reviews

Melbourne's Hybrid Nightmares release impressive debut album Almagest.
One of the most talked about and highly anticipated albums has finally dropped, and what do we have to say about it? It was worth the wait.
Rough Times address the dark uncertainty that lingers in our modern times with a raw heaviness that drags the listener from catharsis to peace.
This EP has takes you back to a simpler time where you can just bang you head and not left wondering about a higher or deeper meaning, drinking beer in a dive bar with friends on a Friday afternoon.
With machine gun blasts, skull crushing yet catchy riffs I think this album has a lot to offer regardless of your preferred genre...
This album is career making and should be on any tech death fans hot list
Satyricon look inward to the complexities of darkness in their bold and brooding ninth studio album, Deep Calleth Upon Deep.
"New Ways to Bear Witness is by far one of the strongest opening tracks you will hear on an new album this year...
Amain is one of the stand out albums of 2017!
Mendoca leads by example, summoning shrieks and growls that would make Lucifer himself feel overshadowed