• Psycroptic - As the Kingdom Drowns
  • Psycroptic

    As the Kingdom Drowns

    By Chris Gibbs | 12 November, 2018

    Psycroptic are swiftly approaching their 20th anniversary. In that time they’ve consistently proven they run a relatively tight ship, with six full length records under their belt and only a couple of line-up changes. The most sig...

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  • Evoken - Hypnagogia
  • Evoken

    Hypnagogia

    By Michael O'Brien | 08 November, 2018

    Amongst the litany of bands playing within the margins of the funeral doom space, few have cultivated a sound that is as instantly recognisable as that of New Jersey’s Evoken. Over the course of their rather lengthy career, they have managed...

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  • Revocation - The Outer Ones
  • Revocation

    The Outer Ones

    By Simon Crawley | 05 November, 2018

    Full-length studio album number seven from Boston, Massachusetts’ Revocation is a significant one. Its release coincides with the band’s career at a juncture in its trajectory. That perhaps sounds too dramatic, but Revocation has, in t...

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  • Infera Bruo - Cerement
  • Infera Bruo

    Cerement

    By Simon Crawley | 11 October, 2018

    I will admit that what initially drew my attention to this release was learning of the link to Trap Them (also signed to Prosthetic Records) through the band’s bassist, Galen Baudhuin. He is Infera Bruo’s vocalist and guitarist and he ...

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  • Pig Destroyer - Head Cage
  • Pig Destroyer

    Head Cage

    By Simon Crawley | 03 October, 2018

    Significant foundations were laid earlier by the likes of Napalm Death and Repulsion, but grindcore never quite saw Pig Destroyer coming. This was in 1997 when vocalist J.R. Hayes and Agoraphobic Nosebleed’s Scott Hull formed the band, which...

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  • Deicide - Overtures of Blasphemy
  • Deicide

    Overtures of Blasphemy

    By Simon Milburn | 09 September, 2018

    As one of the pioneering bands from the flourishing Florida (U.S.A.) death metal scene in the very early '90s, it was somewhere after their move to Earache Records that my attention waned. There’s no doubt their first three albums are certif...

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  • Gulch - Burning Desire to Draw Last Breath
  • Gulch

    Burning Desire to Draw Last Breath

    By Simon Crawley | 05 September, 2018

    Hardcore certainly has, in my opinion, a lot more room for the warped and avant-garde. Originality and a good ol’ fashioned pair of balls are also qualities all too often lacking with hardcore acts. California's Gulch is a five-piece force o...

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  • Iskald - Innhøstinga
  • Iskald

    Innhøstinga

    By Michael O'Brien | 30 August, 2018

    By just about any rationale I can summon, I should be all over Norway’s Iskald and their blend of thrashy, melodic black metal, but the reality has proven to be a little more complicated than that.

    My introduction to the band came by...

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