Not My God – Not My God Released February 14th, 2020 Not My God is a collaborative endeavor made by two of well-established industrial pioneers. Tim Sköld (KMFDM, Marilyn Manson, etc) and Nero Bellum of Psyclon Nine. While the album… Continue Reading
Sepultura – Quadra Released February 7th, 2020 Sepultura’s 15th studio album, Quadra, presents a collection of songs that capture an array of the band’s sounds and styles over their thirty plus year career. The Brazilian act’s blend of thrash, groove,… Continue Reading
Bonded – Rest in Violence Released January 17th, 2020 The trash quintet Bonded feature former Sodom members Bernd ‘Bernemann’ Kost (guitar) and Markus ‘Makka’ Freiwald (drums), this debut also features Overkill frontman Bobby ‘Blitz’ Ellsworth as guest vocalist, as well… Continue Reading
Hatari – Neyslutrans Released January 17th, 2020 Hatari are a BDSM, anti-Capitalist, Icelandic industrial techno art project, known for a controversial Eurovision appearance. Their debut album Neyslutrans has been highly anticipated by lovers of the band. With their best tracks… Continue Reading
Poppy – I Disagree Poppy is back with her attention deficit style of music. This album fluctuates from metal to pop to electronica with ease, and it’s infinitely enjoyable to listen to. She’s come a long way from her early… Continue Reading
Apocalyptica – Cell-0 Cell-o, goodbye. This is a perfectly fine Apocalyptica offering. It neither transcends nor disappoints. 3.5 of 5 stars.
Brothers Of Metal – Emblas Saga Released January 10th, 2020 Brothers Of Metal second album Emblas Saga makes one fearthey’re eventually going to run out of Norse myths to dredge up and set to mediocre symphonic power metal. That day… Continue Reading
Dyscordia – Delete / Rewrite Released January 10th, 2020 Dyscordia’s third release Delete / Rewrite is best described as very average prog metal. The lyrics are predictable hitting all the cliches they could muster, but it is still definitely listenable… Continue Reading
Stabbing Westward – Dead & Gone Released January 3rd, 2020 For the first time in over a decade Stabbing Westward returns with Dead & Gone. On the one hand, it proves they aren’t in fact Dead & Gone—particularly for the… Continue Reading
Here we look at our favorite albums of the decade. Although in reality just the last five years, as we weren’t really in the review game prior to 2015.