Poppy’s latest material might trail deeper into electro-pop, but her KOKO show proves that she's still a metal girlie through and through.
After working on movie soundtracks, Chelsea Wolfe returns to the wellspring for a bold new vision on She Reaches Out To She Reaches Out To She
A decade on from the passing of Wayne Static, Static-X's bizarre continuation are nonetheless going strong with solid - if a little rudimentary - industrial metal bangers
Five albums in and Johanna Platow Andersson's doomy occult sect are still producing retro-style infernal brilliance
With an all-star line-up of metal musicians serving as composers, Bright & Black's orchestral debut is the first serious contender for the best metal album of 2024
Saxon's twenty-fourth studio album brings the kind of heavy metal thunder you'd expect. And we wouldn't have it any other way
"A riot from start to finish, with the band having a blast revisiting their British influences"
The Iron Maiden frontman has roped in some heavyweight comic book names for his latest endeavour - and it's worked rather well
If Jordan Fish's exit has shaken the band, they show no signs of it with an immense, retina-singeing headline show in Manchester
Lord Of The Lost's bloated new covers album is harmless fun, but absolutely nothing more than that
There will truly never be another Alexi Laiho, but we can rest assured that Children Of Bodom at least went out with a bang
Health's evolution from underground art noise favourites to modern metal scene mainstays has reached a new peak
Green Lung show Brighton why they're one of the most talked about bands in all of metal right now courtesy of an intimate but epic show at Patterns