Twenty years. That’s how long we’ve waited for Sinistrous Diabolus’s debut full-length, Total Doom//Desecration.
New Zealand has a twisted heart that’s reflected in the country’s most ill-omened metal. The self-titled debut from Shallow Grave captures that anger and unease flawlessly
If Exordium Mors’ aim is to snag some label attention, they’ve certainly laid out a fine trap with Sacrifice, Perish and Demise
June 2012 has to go down as a damn near perfect month for Old Loaves. Read on to find out why…
The Higher Key is quite simply one of the finest metal albums to be released from these shores.
Friday night’s album fundraiser for Wellington’s Beastwars was a hugely emotive evening, with three excellent acts serving up hefty rock and metal to a legion of devoted followers.
By dredging the depths of belligerent metal, and combining that with some metaphysical unease, Stone Angels have come up with an album that anyone, whatever their troubles, can find some twisted solace in.
As the Earth Fades into Obscurity, the debut full-length from Winter Deluge, is unrelenting spiteful, and is one of the finest black metal albums this country has ever produced.
Like the pioneering bands of Florida’s death metal scene, Sabbatic Goat have taken that supposedly buoyant and joyful atmosphere of their locale and turned it in on itself.
Brighter is an extremely promising debut, and Spook the Horses are a band you’ll definitely want to keep a very close eye on.