Powerful Philly metal trio Mob Terror gives listeners a taste of new EP, Superstimulus, with "People".
King Witch arrive at something like genuine progressive doom metal - atmospheric, heaving, dynamic doom riffs powered by strikingly sonorous vocals.
Judas Priest still packs some heavy artillery and can still hit the target even if not every shot is a bullseye.
Andrew W.K.'s first studio LP in eight years emotes in all-caps, like a motivational speech fueled by keg stands.
Documenting Germanic resistance against the Roman Empire, Vuur van Verzet is a heavy yet textured work from the Scandinavian sextet Heidevolk.
Hooded Menace Stake Their Claim Atop the Death Metal Pantheon with 'Ossuarium Silhouettes Unhallowed'
Finnish doom/death overlords Hooded Menace return with Ossuarium Silhouettes Unhallowed which reaffirms their position in today's metal pantheon.
Austrian Tolkien fanatics Summoning return five years after Old Mornings Dawn and continue to explore the lore and fables of Middle-Earth through their atmospheric brew of black metal.
Returning five years after their strong Southern Lord debut, Rites of Separation, Agrimonia introduce the strongest chapter in their heavy post-metal vision.
Corrosion of Conformity have written a new record that harks back to their golden Deliverance and Wiseblood days, with the added doom-laden lurches of Keenan's last LP with the band, 2005's In the Arms of God.