Author: Simon Lukic

Death Angel, ‘Humanicide’ review

Ever since their reunion in 2001, Death Angel have gone from strength to strength. Each successive album has been better than its predecessor and the trend continues with Humanicide. Everything about the album is impressive –...

Darkthrone, ‘Old Star’ review

Old Star sees Darkthrone continuing their nostalgic journey into the past. Known for reigniting the second wave of black metal in 1992 with their second album A Blaze in the Northern Sky, Fenriz and Nocturno Culto have been...

Amon Amarth, ‘Berserker’ review

Amon Amarth may not have the underground cred they once did, but for many, their success will act as a gateway for new fans to discover extreme metal. Despite this, the band still remain true to their roots and haven’t...

Devin Townsend, ‘Empath’ review

Devin Townsend is an innovator and a composer who will be remembered centuries after his passing. He is this generation’s Mozart or Tchaikovsky, and in time his work will played like the classics of old are today. On Empath, he...

Queensryche, ‘The Verdict’ review

Queensryche continue to enjoy their reversal of fortunes since removing vocalist Geoff Tate from their ranks and enlisting Todd La Torre in 2012. This is their third album together and their most enjoyable. The Verdict builds on...