The gothic doom metal band returns with its third album overall, and first in six years.
After an eight-year gap between albums, Daughters return with a new sound that’s slower, darker and more industrial.
Disturbed are back with their seventh album, Evolution, showcasing an even mix of heavy tracks and softer ballads.
The Polish extreme metal band’s 11th studio album is a worthy follow-up to 2013’s acclaimed The Satanist.
Matt Pike and company deliver another solid effort with their eighth studio album.
The Lowdown: Voivod have always had a style all their own. The Canadian thrash/prog veterans have broken all kinds of musical boundaries since their 1982 formation. The band’s trajectory has soared since 2013’s Target Earth, followed by 2016’s EP, …
Lzzy Hale keeps waving the flag for hard rock with pride and power.
A crackling, bubbling, and chaotic feast for the ears.
Whether it was a cheeky move from the rock star troll or a complete accident, it’s funny as hell.