Favourite Metal Albums Of 2014
It’s not often a band like Wellington-based post-hardcore outfit Spook the Horses comes along. A band willing to take risks in pursuit of a greater artistic goal, as they’ve done on their sophomore album, Rainmaker.
Tis the Season part five, with picks from Mosquito Control’s Fei Yun, and Anger Management Show host Witchfinder General.
In part two of this Tis the Season round-up, we’re continuing on with the lists of albums that contributors submitted to Six Noises as their top picks for 2014.
Here are my favourite New Zealand metal albums from 2014. Impressive and imposing. One and all.
Caverns, the debut album from Into Orbit—an instrumental duo from Wellington, New Zealand—is a perfect example of music that matters.
In a world of far too easily manufactured fury, integrity speaks volumes and there’s no doubt whatsoever of the sincerity of Titan’s work.
June 2012 has to go down as a damn near perfect month for Old Loaves. Read on to find out why…
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.
Brighter is an extremely promising debut, and Spook the Horses are a band you’ll definitely want to keep a very close eye on.