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REVIEW: Mastodon – Hushed and Grim

Mastodon have released their 8th studio album, "Hushed and Grim," on October 29th, via Reprise Records. Read this commemoration to the band's late manager here...

19.9.2021 Lost Society @ On The Rocks, Helsinki

Lost Society played three sold-out shows at On the Rocks over the weekend. Check out the live report from the last show here...

GALLERY: 19.9.2021 Lost Society @ On The Rocks, Helsinki

Lost Society played a few shows at On the Rocks this weekend. Check out the gallery here...

Interview with Alien Weaponry — “We took a more progressive route...

Alien Weaponry are ready to release their sophomore album "Tangaroa," this Friday, via Napalm Records. We had the chance to talk to Lewis and Henry about the upcoming release. Watch/read the interview here...

REVIEW: Alien Weaponry – Tangaroa

Our fan-voted band of 2019, Alien Weaponry, are back again with their sophomore effort, "Tangaroa." Read our review here...

REVIEW: Khiral – Shards

Khiral came back with a new album on August 6th, entitled "Shards." The new lineup have released this album through Puuma Records. Check out the review here...

REVIEW: Jinjer – Wallflowers

Fear not! Jinjer have released their new album, "Wallflowers." Read our review here...

REVIEW: Vexed – Culling Culture

British progressive modern metal band VEXED are releasing their debut effort, "Culling Culture," on May 21, 2021, via Napalm Records. Read the review here...

REVIEW: Scar of the Sun – Inertia

Scar of the Sun are set to release an impressive new album, "Intertia," on May 14th via Napalm Records. Check out our review here:

Modern Metal Unit SCAR OF THE SUN Drops Intense Third Single,...

Modern Metal Unit SCAR OF THE SUN Drops Intense Third Single, “Quantum Leap Zero II: Transition To Turbulence” Watch the video here...

REVIEW: Misterer – Under Attack

Have you ever wondered what happens if you mix groove and thrash metal? If so, you need to check MISTERER. This Finnish band was...

REVIEW: Jinjer – Alive in Melbourne

Anno Domini 2020 will be remembered as the year that pressed pause on the live music scene. But before everything came to a halt,...

REVIEW: Cult of Lilith – Mara

Sounding like the illegitimate bastard of Italy’s FLASHGOD APOCALYPSE and America’s THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER, Icelandic death metal band CULT OF LILITH will surely...

REVIEW: Wake Up Frankie – EP: Green is the New Black

WAKE UP FRANKIE may not be familiar to you, but in the Helsinki metal scene, these groove/thrash metal newcomers have been dominating many stages...

REVIEW: Lamb of God – Lamb of God

Early 2020, the Virginian groove-metal ambassadors, LAMB OF GOD, announced that they would be releasing a new studio album on the brink of the...

Interview with Babylonfall – “I’m just hoping that our music brings...

On 24 April 2020 the Finnish metal band BABYLONFALL released their debut album, “Collapse,” on Inverse Records, which we also reviewed and you can read...

REVIEW: Babylonfall – Collapse

The Finnish melodic death metal scene is about to be enriched with the addition of BABYLONFALL, who will release their debut album “Collapse” on...

REVIEW: Lost Society – No Absolution

Four years after the release of their critically acclaimed "Braindead," LOST SOCIETY return with a brand new album "No Absolution," out on 21 February...

REVIEW: The Silenced – Orator

Finland is a country known for its many metal acts, they come in all sorts of forms, lineups, and genres. The overabundance makes it...

REVIEW: Sepultura – Quadra

The Brazilian super force SEPULTURA has had an undeniable impact on today's metal scene, and need no introduction. For 35 years now the thrash/groove...