Exposing the horrors of modern society's sins, the industrial metal upstarts deliver a peak in their catalog.
This swirling, churning set builds on the more aggressive character of Kodama in pursuing the ends of blackgaze.
Sophomore LP that elevates the New England band's dream-thrash sound with a tighter, grander vision.
With new guitarist Gina Gleason, the band deliver their most diverse, kaleidoscopic, intricate release to date.
Normandy's premier experimental black metal outfit enter a new exploratory musical phase without forsaking their origins.
Nearly four years after Soul Sphere, the Chicago outfit simultaneously go back to basics and push the envelope.
Genre-bending sixth effort from the English quintet that continues their evolution away from metalcore.
Rock's most chameleon-like polymath offers a maximalist, startling aural view of his entire soundworld simultaneously, accompanied by a stellar cast.
Great Britain's ultimate power metal band return sounding revitalized, refreshed, and more athletic than ever.
The New York quintet refocuses, goes back to basics, and delivers a gem that's full of aggression, great writing, and inspired playing.
On the occasion of its 30th anniversary, Olympia, Washington's power drone outfit juxtaposes its rifftastic roots with harmonic discovery.
The Puget Sound metal trio's fifth studio effort feels both streamlined and expansive; it's their most multi-faceted and majestic outing to date.
With all lineage trademarks on display alongside new production techniques and sonics, the band thrashes and burns through 11 new songs.
The ever-prolific band dive headfirst into riff-heavy, thrash-adjacent metal, composing a doomy tale about the death of Earth and what happens after.
Angst-packed set from the industrial-dance veterans is a call-to-arms to save the world.
Reeling from his wife's death, Jonathan Davis pulls his bandmates into the void with this intense career peak.
Emotionally dense ninth set from the Italian goth metal crew sheds theatrics for soul-baring vulnerability.
Sophomore set from the industrial metal pair abandons their debut's camp in favor of theatrical, emotional depth.
Japan's iconic post-rockers celebrate 20 years with a new drummer and electronics on their powerful, emotionally wrenching tenth album.
The trio pick up where The Tower left off with a tightly focused yet sprawling set that crisscrosses past and present to create the future.
An expertly crafted and undeniably hefty slab of grade-A melodic hardcore.
The Swedish band have left metal completely to pursue their own brand of 21st century progressive rock, and are heavier than ever.
The hooky, well-balanced 11th studio album from the California rap-rock stalwarts.
The post-metal instrumentalists' sixth full-length effort showcases the band at their funereal best.
Harsh and melodic metal-shoegaze-indie hybrid made with skill and deep feels by a member of Stove.
On their third album with vocalist Scott La Torre, Seattle's favorite metal sons sound reinvigorated and in full articulation of their prog metal identity.
After a decade, the reinvigorated German metal sextet return with one of their best and catchiest efforts to date.
Recorded with Converge's Kurt Ballou, Russian Circles' seventh studio album is one of their most unmistakably raw, direct releases.
Course-correcting LP from the melodic post-hardcore crew returns them to a thrilling comfort zone.
The masked Iowans sixth full-length effort sees a confident and apoplectic Slipknot in full command of their craft.
On their first recording since Kannon, the power riff drone masters enlist Steve Albini in tearing light out of the blackness.
Guitarist/composer Juha Raivio penned these grief-laden songs to make sense of his life partner's death. The band illumines them with shadowy grandeur.
A career-defining evolution for the Ohio metalcore crew that pushes genre boundaries and atmospheric scope.
Long-awaited LP finds the enigmatic prog-metal outfit older, wiser, and at the peak of their craft.
The Floridian doom-pop quartet's fifth full-length effort administers seismic confections that vary in sweetness but always satisfy.
The Danish-American quartet re-channel the ghosts of arena rock's past and emerge with their strongest collection of songs to date.
On its seventh full-length, Tennessee's best known metal outfit bring their progressive and death metal ambitions to the fore with excellent results.