Album Reviews

Attic – Sanctimonious

16th August 2017 Kenn Jensen
When Attic in late 2012 released their debut album The Invocation it hit like a laser-guided bomb: finally a band that was not afraid to take on the huge task to recreate and capture the [Read »]
Album Reviews

Alice Cooper – Paranormal

3rd August 2017 Kenn Jensen

Alice Cooper, the Godfather of Shock Rock, is back! Approaching 50 years in rock ‘n’ roll is an accomplishment not many reach, but one Vincent Damon Furnier is quickly approaching. He has always been an extraordinary [Read »]

Album Reviews

Rex Brown – Smoke On This

1st August 2017 Liam Savage

Venturing out on your own in a musical capacity can be a daunting task at times, especially with a solid history of band collaborations that has yielded a ton of success.  Such is the case [Read »]

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Album of the Month

King Leviathan – Paean Herectica

by Lotty Whittingham in Album of the Month 0

The UK’s South-East coast beholds a town that many of our readers may be familiar with; Brighton. Most people associate the town with art, LGBT Pride, and feeling free. Within the Rock and Metal community [Read »]

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Korn – The Serenity Of Suffering

I've been a korn fan for almost 20 years now and still going strong. They almost lost me during their dubstep era, but thankfully their have finally returned to form and return to what korn should sound like. This song is a perfect example of their importance to the nu-metal scene and why I keep loving them.