Scurvy dogs Rumahoy narrowly avoid walking the plank on new album Time II: Party
Apple bridged the end of hair metal and the beginning of grunge, but Mother Love Bone's one album will forever be associated with tragedy rather than transformation
Misery Signals’ first album with their original line-up in 16 years is a huge leap sideways
Return of 80s big hitters Psychedelic Furs well worth the decades wait on eighth album Made Of Rain
The evergreen Yes guitarist uncouples from the mothership to drift through ever-shifting landscapes, both internal and external, on his first solo album in nine years.
NWOBHM Thunder is a superb three-disc celebration of British heavy metal’s last big hurrah
Graham Bonnet’s post-Rainbow project Alcatrazz resurfaces on Born Innocent after a long rebirth
Masked NYC brain-melters Imperial Triumphant serve up metal/jazz/avant garde/barbershop madness on majestic new album Alphaville
As one of our reviewers says, "AC/DC may not have reinvented the wheel here, but they may have produced the best f**king wheel to ever exist"
Seasick Steve's 10th album, Love & Peace, shows just why he doesn't need a garbled backstory to maintain mass appeal
Who says sequels are never as good as the originals? The UK prog kings pick up from where 2018’s Vector left off – and serve up a modern masterpiece in the process.
Corpsing’s new album Civilisation Under Nefarious Tyrants prove UK death metal is alive and seething
US hardcore bruisers The Acacia Strain offer a savage state-of-the-world address on new album Slow Decay