Impavidus fearlessly throw away the rulebook to create a tasty sonic soup
From being shot at 5 minutes before going on stage to panic attacks, The Picturebooks have used their experiences wisely in this brutal release. Anthony Firmin dons his prison uniform and chants along with a chain gang in order to review this monster of a record...
Long Island alt rockers perform to buzz and adulation
Leeds rockers deliver an emotional journey
Manchester and Birmingham combine on this dreamy yet barbaric instrumental doom split
Two bands, two singles. One review
A doomy wander through the cosmos
Tighter than a duck's backside, heavier than hell itself, Meshuggah leave their mark on Manchester
Pop and rock tangle together on the Preston duo's new EP
A band with the balls of a rhinoceros
Confident and bold alt rock from Manchester
35 minutes of brutal, violent noise
The vital first steps of a band dripping in promise.
Snaking rock n' roll by a band built from the ground up
Releasing their second EP out of the blue, it shows a band taking giant strides forwards
The Motörhead riff machine teams up with his three sons on a record that is deadly as it is fun
A band challenging the typical punk/rock n' roll genre with experiments with musical ideas most wouldn't even consider
Rock n' roll that'll rip yer head off
Expressive, instrumental doom inspired by a ship sunk in the Second World War.
We think the new album from Kylver is the work of the devil as speakers spin like the childs head in the Exorcist. Anthony Firmin gets immersed in this epic work!
The Last Hero manages to honour their past as well as their present and ensure that there will no doubt be a future.
The sound of a band hitting its stride and finding a creative pulse
Ventures down more technical but mainstream routes make album number six a mixed bag
A record that is achingly beautiful, orchestral, progressive, fun and musical all at once
A solid record that captures the band’s fiery blood flow
Think of The Beatles, colliding with The Kinks, and shunting into The Yardbirds
A new DVD of Joe Bonamassa at the Greek Theatre as he pays tribute to the three blues Kings - Anthony Firmin reviews and thinks it is a meserizing, stratosperic performance... really!!
The distinctive tones of thrash greats like Slayer, Anthrax and Exodus fed through early Sepultura
This is not easy listening