Read our review of Ruin by Foretoken.
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As the old saying goes—nothing is certain but death, taxes, and consistently stellar albums by The Black Dahlia Murder.
Read our review of the self-titled release by Grovel. A grotesque band that combines many of metal's grimiest subgenres into a potent blend.
Amalgam, the debut album by Psyclops, is a fusion of The Hunter era of Mastodon and Wolfmother's debut that is anything but dull.
Code Orange are taking heavy music to places it has never been with Underneath
Phantom Witch draws much of their inspiration from 1986 thrash metal. Does their new album belong amongst the thrash elite?
The speed demons showcase their ability to shift gears on their latest release.
Read our review of 2019 standout Necro by Skeleton Rose. An album that oozes influences from metal's days of yore with a modern twist.