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REVIEW: Wheel – EP: Rumination

Progressive metal act Wheel recently released a new EP containing 3 tracks. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Bernth – EP: When It Rains

Austrian guitar virtuoso Bernth Brodtrager released a new EP this year, entitled "When it Rains," in October. Check out the review here...

REVIEW: Everfrost – EP: Frostbites

Everfrost have returned after their big lineup change with a new EP, "Frostbites," out on November 11th, 2022, via Rockshots Records. Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Eleine – EP: Acoustic in Hell

Swedish dark symphonic metal act Eleine has a new EP coming your way on October 14 via Atomic Fire Records, and we've already written a review of "Acoustic in Hell." Check it out here...

REVIEW: Starquake Synthmaster – EP: Space Ranger

Starquake Synthmaster is back after a mere month or so with a new EP, "Space Ranger." Check out our review here...

REVIEW: Griefsoul – EP: Griefsoul

We wrote down our thoughts about Griefsoul's first self-titled EP. Read the review here...

REVIEW: The Agonist – EP: Days Before the World Wept

We have seen many bands make the best of these pandemic times by releasing excellent albums. The same goes for Canadian extreme metal band The Agonist, who recently released the EP "Days Before the World Wept." Check out the review here....

REVIEW: Enslaved – EP: Caravans to the Outer Worlds

Enslaved are back already, despite having released an album just last year, with an EP called "Caravans to the Outer Worlds." Read our review here...

REVIEW: Cory Marks – EP: Nashville Nights

Canada's newest and best contribution to country music and hard rock is back with a new EP of acoustic and live versions of songs from his debut. Read our review here...

REVIEW: Corrosium – EP: Undertow

Corrosium's newest EP from December 2020 may best be described by the term "bombastic metal." Learn more in our review...

REVIEW: Strike At Once – EP: Bloom

Strike At Once's newest EP, "Bloom," was released on February 19th. Check out our review:

REVIEW: Oceans – EP: We Are Nøt Okay

German post-metallers Oceans sing about mental health in their new EP, “We Are Nøt Okay,” which was released on April 30th, 2021, via Nuclear Blast. Read our thoughts here:

REVIEW: Weg – EP: 90 Degrees

The band WEG was founded in 2019 by friends Mikko Järvenpää and Antti-Jussi Valkama. This Finnish duo released their debut EP, "90 Degrees," on...

REVIEW: Bodom After Midnight – EP: Paint the Sky with Blood

What was supposed to be the beginning of a new chapter, ended up being a posthumous publication. During 2020, Alexi Laiho and his new...

REVIEW: Jo Below – EP: No Control

We first heard about the name JO BELOW when they released the EP "By the Rules" last year. Having been pleased by their enjoyable...

REVIEW: Rioghan – EP: Blackened Sky

Finnish artist Rioghan is a charming and off-the-beaten-path presence on the country’s ever-expanding metal scene. This solo project was founded in 2019 in Lapua,...

REVIEW: Elvenscroll – EP: Never to be Mourned

Originally founded in 2006, folk metal act ELVENSCROLL from Kerava are united by their love for folk metal music. The band may not be...

REVIEW: Cyan Kicks – EP: Not Your Kind

There's been stirring from the CYAN KICKS camp in recent days! Having recently heard vocalist Susanna Aleksandra loaning her voice to one of ARION's...

REVIEW: Cult of Luna – EP: The Raging River

The Swedish kingpins of ethereal sludge, CULT OF LUNA, have stretched the boundaries of the genre on a few occasions ever since the band's...

REVIEW: Temperance – EP: Melodies of Green and Blue

When it comes to melodic symphonic metal, the name TEMPERANCE may not have yet caught your attention in the sea of other bands that...