Final Coil, whose acclaimed debut is out today, have launched a video clip for 'In Silent Reproach'.
...not unlike sharing a sofa with Beavis and Butthead, the humour an integral part of the experience rather than a pop at it. If you don’t love Cannabis Corpse, you should. Now go check out this album. 8
The album is arguably at its weakest when it slips into a more familiar RATM groove, but if the band can focus on those elements that are uniquely a result of the new line-up coming together, then there’s no question that Prophets of Rage can deliver on their promise of holding the elites to account. 7
With just three tracks, this is a short, sharp demonstration of the band’s skills and it promises bigger things if they can maintain the same level of quality control when they come to record a full-length release. 8
From the haunting artwork to the savagely beautiful production, this EP delivers and it looks set to bring the band to a whole new audience. Kinasis are truly exceptional and this EP is the proof – don’t miss out! 9
Despite the number of bands that pass across the SonicAbuse desk, there are a handful that really make you question the sanity of record label execs when you find they’re not signed – Gehtika is one such act. 10
... a beautifully packaged, stunningly recorded EP that provides the perfect coda to the album. Soothingly savage, it captures Epica at the peak of their not-inconsiderable powers and it leaves the listener once again in awe of the band’s skyscraping ambition and technical prowess. 9
their metallic assault incorporates myriad elements that expand the palette beyond the expected. It is these moments that raise the album above the average and which will keep the listener returning for more. Trad. Metal with an edge, ‘Burn the world’ is an impressive effort and well worth a listen. 8