Melodic doom metal from Germany, Nailed to Obscurity offer music for the contemplative on King Delusion.
Adding post-metal flairs to sludge metal, Timeworn have produced a pioneering sound on Venomous High.
With Hope, Mord'A'Stigmata have added another thoughtful chapter to the devastating Polish metal scene.
A two part album fit to crush your body and lift your soul, Seer have found a beautiful balance on Cult of the Void: Vol III & IV.
Blood Mantra was a defining record and Decapitated have returned to groove and crush with Anticult. How does the follow up compare?
...and the revitalist heavy metal movement rolls on! Hell Machine is fun every step of the way as Screamer have crafted a wonderful ode to the 80's.
Morning is sludge metal to soothe the soul. Angular leads, elephant marching riffs, and emotional atmospheres are executed to perfection as Abrams prove they can do it all.
Metalcore is what it is and Darkest Hour deliver up some damn fine metalcore on Godless Prophets & The Migrant Flora.
A furious combination of black metal and sludge riffs drive The Grand Annihilation but Tombs could only hang on for so long [...]