With ‘Shehili’, Myrath proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that they are one of the best bands going today in the progressive metal realm.
‘Still Chained’ by MASS is a compilation of re-recordings is substantial enough that hardcore fans of the band shouldn’t be disappointed with the new life that’s been delivered to them – and for anyone not familiar with the band, they should also enjoy these hard rocking, kick ass classic tracks dispatched with passion and new enthusiasm.
Steel Prophet have released a strong album with ‘The God Machine’ that leaves the listener looking forward to what the band does in the future.
‘In The End,’ is another album filled with the advice we can all use. The Cranberries has been a band that never disappoints both musically, lyrically and everything in between.
With ‘Shehili’, Myrath have produced one of the stand-out albums of 2019. If you are looking for something new, or are an existing fan of this tremendous band, then I urge you to check out Shehili upon its release on May 3rd. You will certainly not be disappointed.
In his latest review Travis Green discovers that Amon Amarth have unleashed their inner ‘Berserker’ with their latest album, due out on May 3rd via Metal Blade Records
What Mike Ross sets out to achieve in making ‘The Clovis Limit (Pt. 1)’ is a rich amalgamation of old sounds brought to the listener with fresh unpretentious contemporary tunes. In this he certainly succeeds. A must for any modern Americana lovers.
Enforcer has created an entertaining and brilliant record with ‘Zenith’, which leaves the listener with a high quality album of timeless heavy metal.
Released by: Nuclear Blast Records Release Date: April 19th, 2019 Genre: Metal Links: https://www.grandmagus.com/ Line Up: Janne “JB” Christoffersson – Guitars, Vocals Mats Fox Hedén Skinner – Bass Ludwig Witt – Drums Tracklist: Gold and Glory Wolf God A Hall Clad In Gold Brother of the Storm Dawn of Fire Spear Thrower To Live and […]
One of the most quietly exciting debuts I’ve heard in recent years was What the Oak Left, released in 2017 by Italian folk/symphonic metal band Atlas Pain.