Album Review: Satyricon – Deep calleth upon Deep
Mixing extreme music with rock n’ roll, Deep calleth upon Deep could be black metal’s most accessible output yet.
Reappraising Individual Thought Patterns: Extreme metal’s overlooked magnum opus
The fifth album by Florida shredders Death changed the face of extreme music forever.
Reappraising Master of Puppets: A look back at heavy metal’s greatest triumph
To commemorate its impending re-release, we revisit the album that elevated metal, rock and music as a whole.
Album review: Alter Bridge – Live at the O2 Arena + Rarities
The American quartet's biggest show to date is finally immortalised on disc, with some additional B-sides for good measure.
Album Review: Leprous – Malina
A sumptuous slice of rock at its most adventurous and emotional.
Album review: Caligula’s Horse – In Contact
Diverse and gorgeous in equal measure, the fourth record by Caligula’s Horse is a modern prog triumph.
EP review: Arid Wave – Dead Friends
Angsty, grungy and raw, Arid Wave is bringing ‘90s alt rock back in a big way.
Breaking the Habit: A look back at Linkin Park and nu metal
Getting to know the movement that spawned Hybrid Theory, Meteora and some of the most important albums in rock.
Album review: Bad Sign – Live & Learn
Big melodies and even bigger riffs make this a powerhouse of a debut album.
Fearless Sound: An interview with Caligula’s Horse
The experimental Aussies get In Contact with forgotten dreams and subjective art.
Album review: Stone Sour – Hydrograd
After setting the rock world aflame with their House of Gold and Bones albums, does Stone Sour’s sixth record hold up?
Live review: Caligula’s Horse and Brutai @ The Black Heart, London, 28/6/17
A double bill of melodic, progressive rock descends on an unsuspecting London.
Album Review: Prong – Zero Days
Hardcore and heavy metal collide head-on, with a healthy share of captivating melodies along the way.
EP review: Sleep Token – Two
Pop, rock and metal collide beautifully in this mysterious project’s second EP.
Chris Cornell and the downfall of the “rock star” archetype
After losing the lauded Soundgarden front-man, will we ever see a rock musician of his calibre and charisma again?
Future to Past: An interview with Dream Theater
Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess chats about 25 years of Images and Words, and plans for the band’s next album.
Live review: Dream Theater @ The Eventim Apollo, London (23/04/2017)
Dream Theater celebrates the 25th anniversary of their biggest album in the biggest way possible.
Album review: Me and That Man – Songs of Love & Death
Black metal frontman Nergal trades the facepaint and growls for folk and classic rock, with immense results.