It's been nearly a decade since the last full length from Mournful Congregation, but with The Incubus Of Kharma they knock it out of the park once again.
Recently, a New York Times’ tech reporter wrote a piece about spending a couple of months deliberately ignoring the digital news,…
Oceans of Slumber have crafted a tender power in each song on The Banished Heart that unfurls slowly with deep, steady, smoky…
Rivers of Nihil's Where Owls Know My Name is not only a fresh breath of air for death metal, but metal in general.
There’s something grander and expansive happening here. But how much opportunity and potential has been quashed by the band's isolationist stance?
The new record from Krosis, Solem Vatem, is an interesting take on how to innovate an otherwise formulaic genre. Krosis are able to take a djent and deathcore sound, and blend it with electronic music to craft something that’s refreshing.
The prog giants have an illustrious discography. How does the first part of their double album stack up?
Howling Sycamore is one of those new projects that immediately struck gold. Labeling this simply as progressive metal would not be doing this act justice as the music conveyed is far more experimental, emotional, and forward-thinking than your average prog metal band.