Black Coast – Ill Minds Vol.2

Rather than release a full album straight off the bat after their debut EP, Stoke-On-Trent based Metalcore act, Black Coast decided to go down a different route, by releasing two connected EPs. The first part arrived last year and demonstrated their pure rage and potential to become one of the subgenres next big-hitters. All that remains on the quintet’s shoulders is being able to follow-up with the same amount of passion. Continue reading

To The Rats And Wolves – Cheap Love

If you are after a deep and introspective album that’ll make you ponder about the world’s mysteries, Cheap Love (Arising Empires) by To The Rats and Wolves isn’t the album for you. That’s because Cheap Love is the album you want to be playing halfway through the night at your local alternative club. With just enough heaviness and to get away with fitting under an alt-label and the right amount of infectious hooks and beats per minute.

This eleven-track release will keep you partying til the early hours of the morning! Continue reading

The Ghost Next Door – A Feast For The Sixth Sense

Horror has played a large role in Metal for decades with eerie and creepy imagery being one of the quintessential elements of some of the largest acts in the genre. The Ghost Next Door’s sophomore release, A Feast for The Sixth Sense (Ripple Music), demonstrates this in swathes. Continue reading