Album Review – Gravity by Bullet for My Valentine (Spinefarm Records)

Bullet for My Valentine have released their latest album, Gravity. An album that sees the band fall further from grace than ever before in one of the worst albums of 2018 so far.

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Album Review: Kosmogyr – Eviternally: The Remixes (Self Released)

Eviternity was the incredible debut album from Prague/Shanghai black metal band, Kosmogyr released at the beginning of March 2018. In exciting news, the band have collaborated with nine producers around the world, and the result is Eviternally: The Remixes. It will be released on July 13th 2018.

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Album Review: Seething Akira – Sleepy Skeletor (Self Released)

Seething Akira are a 5-piece crossover band from Portsmouth on the south coast of the UK. Created back in 2011 they decided they wanted to create a hybrid band of electronic synths, guitars and “Beastie Boys” style vocals. The end result is their long-awaited debut album called ‘Sleepy Skeletor’ due to be released on 29th June 2018.

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Album Review: Sons of Alpha Centauri – Continuum (Self Released)

The wait is over. Over a decade since the release of the debut album Sons of Alpha Centauri return for their second full length album – an epic introspective journey of abrasive and ambient progressive electronic alt rock entitled Continuum. The album will be released on June 1st 2018.

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Vista release new single Witch Hunt

Only a few days ago, American alternative band Vista announced a huge headlining tour across the US. They have quickly followed that up with a new single called Witch Hunt, their first new music since July 2017 when the EP, Long Live, was released.

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Album Review: Jonathan Davis – Black Labyrinth (Sumerian Records)

Korn frontman and legendary singer, songwriter, composer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, Jonathan Davis will release his first ever solo album entitled ‘Black Labyrinth’ on May 25th 2018 via Sumerian Records.

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Album Review: Paradise Lost – Host: Remastered (Nuclear Blast)

On March 16th 2018, British cult metallers Paradise Lost will release a remastered version of their legendary seventh studio album, ‘Host’ and a first-ever pressing of the songs on vinyl.

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