Ron and Russell Mael have maintained a tireless forward momentum across some of rock’s most ingenious albums. Kimono My House was their third
Goth metal mavericks Tribulation put more swish into their capes with fifth album Where The Gloom Becomes Sound
Melodic rockers W.E.T. come up with an early album of the year contender on fourth album Retransmission
Former Saigon Kick guitarist Jason Bieler joins the Baron Von Bielski Orchestra to provide food for future thought on Songs For The Apocalypse
New singer Jack Bennett signals the sky’s the limit for Lonely The Brave on The Hope List
Here Lies Man's invention of Jazz Sabbath gains further traction on album four, Ritual Divination
Your usual Bon Scott isn't anywhere to be found on Fraternity's Seasons Of Change: Complete Recordings 1970-1974
Back where they belong: Buzzcocks' United Artists singles on vinyl, in a dozen original sleeves
Perry Farrell's The Glitz: The Glamour showcases the many faces of alt.rock’s great shaman
Dutch veterans Asphyx serve up a tour de force of speed, sludge, riffs and sly humour with first album in five years
Ageless German warhorses Accept show the kids how metal should be done on new album Too Mean To Die
Norse pagan-folk visionaries Wardruna reach soaring new heights on fifth album Kvitravn
Slayer's fifth album Seasons In The Abyss: the sound of a band stuck in a rut, or hitting their groove?
Can the Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless 2 earphones cut the mustard when it comes to rock and metal?
Tommy Bolin's James Gang bandmates have claimed he was at his best when high... and on Bang the chemical dependency produced fine results