Album review: Messora – The Door

Montreal’s progressive death metal band Messora just released their debut album ‘The Door’, and it’s a challenging, haunting and complex record that’s definitely worth a listen for metal and prog…

Album review: Wolf Jaw – The Heart Won’t Listen

Wolf Jaw’s latest record ‘The Heart Won’t Listen’ is a good collection of rock songs that’s just a missing a bit of spark.

Album review: John Wort Hannam – Acres of Elbow Room

Singer/songwriter John Wort Hannam shines with his album ‘Acres of Elbow Room’, a soulful collection of folk/country songs.

Album review: Zac Brown Band – The Owl / Zac Brown – The Controversy

These two records shall soon be known as Zac Brown’s ‘What the fuck?’ period.

Album review: The Glorious Sons – A War on Everything

The Glorious Sons 3rd album, A War On Everything, shows maturity and growth, but at the expense of the raw energy of their first albums.

Album review: Alice Cooper – The Breadcrumbs EP

Alice Cooper offers a musical love letter to his roots in Detroit.

Album review: Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind

The latest album from Slipknot may require an open mind, but it delivers the goods.

Album review: Rebel Machine – Whatever It Takes

Brazil’s Rebel Machine released their second album ‘Whatever It Takes’. It’s a good rock record, with catchy melodies.

Album review: Volbeat – Rewind, Replay, Rebound (Deluxe)

Volbeat’s new album is a bit of a mixed bag, but there’s still plenty to like.

Album review: Sabaton – The Great War

Sabaton’s concept album ‘The Great War’ is a metal epic through one of mankind’s darkest era, and their most consistent album yet.
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