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.
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.
A furious combination of black metal and sludge riffs drive The Grand Annihilation but Tombs could only hang on for so long [...]
Excellent riff driven black metal, Wode experience no sophomore hangover as they push the boundaries of their sound on Servants of the Countercosmos [...]
Extremely individual, Pallbearer produce music with rich feeling and powerful instrumentation. There are so many layers to Heartless yet nothing gets smothered under the fuzz. The touch of every note is distinct as all the instruments come through crystal clear [...]
Elephantine riffs roll over top beat heavy drums while the vocals fuzz in and out. Relentless from start to finish, Forever is an eclectic album as Code Orange are unafraid to mix in electronica influences.
Eccentric and seeped in confusion and anger, Emperor of Sand explores the impact cancer has had on the band through embracing dissonant and conflicting sounds and emotions. Turning to earlier works in their discography, Mastodon pull trippy psychedelia and dirty, angular riffs which combine to continue the spastic evolution of their sound [...]