Tag: Reviews

Following the universal acclaim for the award-winning musical based on his songs, 'Standing At The Sky's Edge', which opened earlier this month for a six-month run in London's West End, today BMG release RICHARD HAWLEY's new...
Aussie pop-punk quintet Between You & Me have announced their long-awaited new EP SH!T YEAH, to be released 5th April. Alongside today's announcement, the band have released a brand new single, 'In The Middle', the third track lifted from the...

Review: Gojira – Magma (2016)

French masters of metal change direction to produce their most diverse and impressive album to date.  There aren’t many bands around these days that...

Review: Dark Funeral – Where Shadows Forever Reign (2016)

Studio album number Six sees the influential Swedish black metal leaders find a new voice in the darkness When the opening strains of “Unchain My...

Review: Budgie – The MCA Albums 1973-1975 (2016)

Britain’s most under-rated rock legends get the re-mastered treatment with their trio of classic MCA albums.  How do they stand up over 40 years...

Review: Discharge – End of Days (2016)

If the Apocalypse is upon us then legendary hardcore punkers, Discharge, are not going to go without a fight. After a mohawk-sized eight year...

Review: Dead Eyed Sleeper – Gomorrh (2016)

Technical Death metal par excellence from the Ahab/Fragments of Unbecoming coalition In short, what’s on offer is five tracks of raw, unremitting controlled brutality...

Review: Fleshgod Apocalypse – King (2016)

Italian symphonic masters of destruction returned with a royal bang of the head rather than a wave. Fleshgod Apocalypse have always been one of the...

REVIEW: From The Embrace – Ghosts At Sea EP (2015)

Tampa’s finest bring some much needed Pantera-sized riffage and grim death metal madness to the sunshine state on new release. Formed in Tampa, Florida in...

Review: Ahab – The Boats of the Glen Carrig (2015)

German nautic doomsters increase the gloom and embrace the doom on fourth studio album. From the opening strains of "The Isle" it's clear that Maximum Volume...

Review: Vulcano – Bloody Vengeance (Re-Issue) (2015)

Brazilian Death Metal legends remind South America how it all began. Since their beginnings in Sao Paulo in 1980 Vulcano have had a large influence...

Review: Satyrasis – ….Of The Dead (2015)

US death metallers go for the throat on latest release. Satyrasis are a technical and progressive death/thrash band from Michigan, USA with a penchant for...

Review: Momumentomb – Ritual Exhumation EP (2014)

Stunning new band keep Old School Death metal alive. We are fortunate in the MV offices to receive plenty of top quality new music from...

EP Review: Nexus One – Pure Hate

  MAXIMUM VOLUME Checks out Thrash's new breed. About five years ago there appeared to be a new Thrash revival.  Taking the spirit and intensity of...

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