Category: Track Reviews

Track Review: “Parasitic” from Beyond Extinction

Sometimes its really easy to know when you’re onto a good thing and with single “God Complex” from their January released bone crushing EP “The Fatal Flaws Of Humankind” hitting the better part of 24k of Spotify Streams, Beyond Extinction returning to Matt Williams at Soundlab studio (Collected, Hunting For Wolves) for production and recording

Track Review: “Forbidden Land” by Deathless

Have gone straight in at the deep end and recorded their debut album “The Prophecy” with no prior released material after forming in 2018, West Virginia Melodic Death Metallers Deathless have returned Like the four horsemen of the apocalypse with a new single “The Forbidden Land” some two years after the 2019 drop. Recorded remotely

Track Review: “Love With Fury” by Collected

Collected are a band who want to get themselves to the New Blood stage at Bloodstock or die trying, having walked out of Essex armed like El Mariachi with single “Walking Target” in their guitar case at their 2018 inception and haven’t looked back since. They had a great run and jump at it in

Track Review: “Plain Sight” by Crostpaths

After the sonic mash up that is their EP “Mutated” which saw Crostpaths take to the skies like freerunners leaping between tower blocks of Alternative and Nu-Metal genres back in November you might have expected to see the band take to the stage and perhaps appear at a BBC Introducing night. But in these strange

Track Review: “Wings Of Fire” by Accursed Years

Doing their bit to raise awareness and a few quid for a worthy cause, Weymouth Gothic Folk Metallers Accursed Years launched a fun raising campaign for The Woodland Trust, a charity that aims to plant and protect forests in the UK, alongside a new single “Wings Of Fire” last month. Bringing that campaign to an

Track Review: “Agenda” by Akkadian

Taking their name from the ancient Mesopotamian Empire, Akkadian are a quintet who like to muse on themes of the ancient civilizations of the Sumerians and Egyptians while touching on Inter-dimensional travel and beings, something which runs deep within the mystery of both cultures. They formed in 2018 in Cambridge, releasing singles “Black Sand” and

Track Review: “Blindly Follow Us” from Weaponry!

A band like Weaponry should need no introduction but for those not in the know, the quintet are formed of vocalist Al Bristow and bassist Jay Rozentals who are brothers through marriage, joined by father and son guitar duo Dan and Max Ashworth, while the rhythm section is held down by drummer Tim Doyle. Returning

Track Review: “EVLN” from Aristic!

The Experimental Metal solo-project of Niklas Runstad based in Gothenburg, Sweden, Aristic sees the multi-instrumentalist blend elements of Metalcore, Deathcore and Progressive Metal together for formulate on cohesive beast with a guest vocalist hand picked from the Underground Metal scene appearing on each track. 2019 saw debut album “Dimensions” appear with seven different vocalists making

Track Review: “Something I Lack” from Weaponry!

We’ve said it once and we’ll say it again. Single track reviews are as rare as rocking horse s*** on these pages, so when there is one, it’s going to be worth your while. Reading Deftones inspired quintet Weaponry, who we’ve championed have dug deep and delivered a new single entitled “Something I Lack” which

Track Review: “Vir4l” from Aristic ft Evvi!

For those not in the know, Aristic is a solo project of Gothenburg, Sweden based Multi instrumentalist Niklas Runstad. Starting in 2019, he created tracks with guest vocalists from other local bands and the end product of that was the brilliant “Dimensions” debut album. Back in the studio with producer Mathias Rexiux and mixing and