4.0

Covenant – The Blinding Dark

One thing I’ve come to expect from Covenant over the years is that whilst collectively they have a whole host of classics in their back-catalogue, yet when it comes to a single album’s content it’s generally a ...
2.0

Sonic Syndicate – Confessions

Before taking on this review, I’d heard rumblings that Sonic Syndicate were embarking on a massive departure from their Melodic Death Metal roots and starting afresh with a new line-up (Robin Sjunnesson being t...
3.7

Army Of The Universe – 1999 & The Aftershow

Italian natives Army Of The Universe (currently residing in L.A) are taking you deeper into to their grimy, down-and-dirty world with the release of their third album '1999 & The Aftershow'.  Expect gritty,...
4.8

Delerium – Mythologie

Much like Front Line Assembly, I have huge respect and admiration for the songwriting, arrangement and production that goes into Delerium's material. Practically every release switches style and thematic direct...
3.0

Winterlore – Winterlore

Founded in 2004, this Utah-based Black Metal outfit have undergone a change of line-up since their debut album ‘Four Swords Against the Pious’. Leaving the band were guitarists Helgrim and Thorolf to pursue opp...
4.8

Assemblage 23 – Endure (Deluxe Edition)

Those already familiar with the ever-growing catalogue of Assemblage 23 releases will surely need no introduction to ‘Endure’, which marks the eleventh album release from Seattle-based song-writer, vocalist &am...
4.5

Fractal Cypher – The Human Paradox

Montréal Quintet Fractal Cypher aren’t one of those bands you can easily categorise.  Mixing a blend of Power Metal in the vain of Sonata Arctica and Avantasia, but with an aggressive, progressive and technical...
4.0

NOSOUND – Scintilla

I must confess that whenever I see a new EP or album from any artist signed to K-Scope records, I’m immediately intrigued.  For me at least, K-Scope carries a seal of quality, with the likes of Porcupine Tree, ...