November 30 Fair Dinkum Records Words by Jimmy Glinster If it only happens once a year, it’s a good year. Luckily, unlike Veal (insert shameless self-promotion here), the mighty Frankenbok have delivered twice this year, and this second time around they’ve delivered a two-for-one. And lucky for me, I’ve been given a chance at a […] …Continue Reading

Photos by After Death Photography https://www.facebook.com/AfterDeathPhotography Skeletal Remains The Entombment Of Chaos Australia & New Zealand Tour is working its way around the country now. Check out the poster below for dates near you: www.yourmatebookings.com …Continue Reading

Out now Words by Jimmy Glinster Symphonic metal is not something that I would usually give the time of day, because synths for the most part shit me to tears. Since Simone Simons and her band EPICA have been doing this for the last 20 years or so, though, I thought that maybe I should […] …Continue Reading

November 18 Reprise Records This may be an unpopular decision, but you know what they say? Opinions are like assholes. Everyone’s got one… When Disturbed’s debut album The Sickness first came out, I loved it – still do. It was a breath of fresh air in a scene growing increasingly stagnant, and provided hope for […] …Continue Reading

November 4 InsideOut Music I’m gonna bypass the introductory formalities regarding Devin Townsend and dive straight into giving my lowdown and (probably insignificant) review of his latest offering – Lightwork I don’t think that Townsend, in all honesty, needs to release a mature album of sorts because everything he has released in his thirty-year career […] …Continue Reading

Out Now Nuclear Blast Records Words by Jimmy Glinster There I was driving home this afternoon when all of a sudden, the Fear Factory version of Cars came on Rebel FM. I was quickly reminded of how much I hated that song when it first came out, and also that I was meant to review […] …Continue Reading

Out Now Solid State Words by Erin Eddy The Hell We Create is the seventh studio album by Texan band Fit For A King, and it is ten tonnes of unyielding, meaty metalcore delivered with intensity. If there’s one thing I can really jive with, it’s music as a tool of catharsis when faced with […] …Continue Reading

October 28 Better Noise Music Words by Erin Eddy Humanity is feeling fatigue. Are we nearing rock bottom as a species? If you sit back and really deliberate on the past few years of human existence, you’ll likely reach the same comprehension as I did; “Wow, we’ve been through some SHIT.” Unprecedented Times has become […] …Continue Reading

Out Now Words by Jimmy Glinster Priorities, never heard of ‘em? Neither have I, so don’t feel bad about it, you’re not the only one. Luckily for them though, the lovely Misha at Overdrive sent me over their tunes for review and I figured if they have her approval, they may just be lucky enough […] …Continue Reading

Nuclear Blast Records Out Now Words by Jimmy Glinster When I took on this review, I actually thought I was reviewing an American band with a similar name, which I can’t remember right now. As it turns out, I’m reviewing a German supergroup metal opera project created by Tobias Sammet, vocalist of the band Edguy. […] …Continue Reading