Heavy-blues duo The Cold Stares tread a new path on fourth album Heavy Shoes
Blacktop Mojo's self-titled album is the Texans’ fourth collection of 'southern grunge', and it's stuffed with melodic peaks
The British manufacturer took two years to overhaul one of its most iconic turntables – but was it worth it?
South America’s metal standard-bearers Sepultura bring out the big guns with live album SepulQuarta – and misfire
The Quireboys' debut album A Bit Of What You Fancy took the Stones and Faces template and used it to throw one helluva party
All Things Must Pass shows former Beatle George Harrison really hitting his creative stride
Queen guitarist Brian May steps out the shadows as 1992's Back To The Light gets a polish
The underground’s most electrifying artist Lingua Ignota unleashes a folk horror masterwork with Sinner Get Ready
Recorded just three months after their debut, Bad Company's Straight Shooter was more of the same. Or was it?
Unlucky 13? No chance. Classic prog’s modern-day flag bearers have survived a career-threatening crisis to deliver one of their finest albums yet.
Geezer Butler's Manipulations Of The Mind collection is the most fascinating solo material from any of the original Sabbath members
Prog-leaning collective Big Big Train hit a creative and likely commercial peak on Common Ground
Finland’s revered miserablists Swallow The Sun hold a majestic commemoration with 20 Years Of Gloom, Beauty And Despair – Live In Helsinki
San Francisco’s atmospheric doom voyagers King Woman extend their singular vision with second album Celestial Blues
Dee Snider's fifth solo album Leave A Scar is a healthy dose of PMA from the PMRC-bashing metal legend