Review: Ex Eye – Ex Eye

Releasing their self-titled debut through Relapse Records, Ex Eye is an experimental, jazzy post-metal outfit masterminded by saxophonist Colin Stetson, featuring Liturgy’s Greg Fox on drums, the keyboardist from Secret Chiefs 3, Shahzad Ismaily, and Toby Summerfield on guitar. Put simply, Ex Eye play a jazz-infused take on instrumental post-metal. Think a mashup of Russian … Continue reading Review: Ex Eye – Ex Eye

Review: Employed To Serve – The Warmth Of A Dying Sun

Arguably one of the best hardcore bands in the UK, Woking’s Employed To Serve have just released their second full-length album, The Warmth Of A Dying Sun on Holy Roar Records.  This new album sees the band develop the abrasively frenetic and chaotic sounds of Greyer Than You Remember into something more focused, refined and, … Continue reading Review: Employed To Serve – The Warmth Of A Dying Sun

Review: Syndrømes – Syndrømes EP

Releasing their debut recording as a four track EP on cassette through Halo Of Flies as well as a digital download, Syndrømes are a brand spanking new crusty hardcore four-piece based in New York City. With a lineup that boasts not only a member from the legendary and much missed His Hero Is Gone but … Continue reading Review: Syndrømes – Syndrømes EP

Review: Demonic Death Judge – Seaweed

Demonic Death Judge are a sludge band from Finland, but you would be forgiven for thinking that they had crawled out of a bayou in Louisiana or had at least spent their last eight years as a band hanging out sippin’ whiskey with the likes of EyeHateGod and Weedeater.  Seaweed is Demonic Death Judge's third … Continue reading Review: Demonic Death Judge – Seaweed

Review: Jagged Vision – Death Is This World

Jagged Vision, a five-piece band from Stavanger, Norway, have come out fighting on their second album Death Is This World, and they’ve come out fast! Combining the grooves and melodies of stoner metal with the intensity and gnarly savagery of hardcore, Death Is This World delivers a fast and brutal assault over its ten tracks. Now … Continue reading Review: Jagged Vision – Death Is This World