Ascending to a new dimension, Spirit Adrift takes up the mantle of doom from their forebears and presses on into the void with indomitable patience. Tense and release!
In their self-titled, lightning quick debut, Wraith shows what they can do with a minimal approach to crossover thrash, and leaves us wanting more. The mouths of madness are fast and furious!
In exquisite production, Argus evokes the greats of traditional heavy metal with their own version and vision of the musical architecture, which involves just a touch of doom.
Have your neck braces ready. Nightmare Logic, Power Trip’s sophomore effort, is truly modern thrash, indebted to the genre’s giants and infused with their glorious energy.
On an album full of anthems, Satan’s Hallow creates a vision of traditional heavy metal that is both exciting and exemplary. This is the contemporary Platonic ideal of trad!
King Woman’s post-metal exploration of doom is a ticket to hazy and strange musical landscapes. It makes no apologies and takes no prisoners in its quest for catharsis.
Mutoid Man’s “War Moans” is unapologetically dirty, rough, and lascivious, and it’s having so much fun that you’ll be swept up in its aggression with a smile.
In this excellent EP, Trevor William Church builds traditional heavy metal that is catchy and fun and leaves us wanting more. Fortunately, there’s more to come.
Andrew D’Cagna’s solo project, Iron Flame, commits his imagination to “Lightning Strikes the Crown” and its stories of mythical creatures and metal avatars. The result is a potent riot.
A power metal, glam metal, and punky graveyard smash, “Walpyrgus Nights” is upbeat and catchy in that way that only comes from a deep love of musical excess. Extra cheese, please.