216: REFUSED

Refused burst onto the scene in Sweden in the early 90s. With their wild aggression and political charges themes, this was a band to be reckoned with. Yet, strangely, perhaps their biggest … Continue reading 216: REFUSED

215: BELL WITCH

For just two people, the size and scope of the sound Bell Witch makes is jaw dropping. This US-based funeral doom band specialises in glacially-paced doom metal leviathans. The riffs are low … Continue reading 215: BELL WITCH

214: TAKEZO

Hailing from my favourite country in the world, Takezo are a relatively young band who sound like theyโ€™ve been doing this for decades. This is big fuzzy, doomy, sludge of the best … Continue reading 214: TAKEZO

213: SEVENDUST

For a nu/alt metal kid in the late 90s, there was no band heavier than the mighty Sevendust. Those low end riffs just hit differently than anything teenage me had ever heard … Continue reading 213: SEVENDUST

212: DEFTONES

Itโ€™s hard to know where to start with the mighty Deftones. Theyโ€™re a band of absolutely leviathan proportions in my musical journey, but I never planned them ahead for a specific milestone … Continue reading 212: DEFTONES

208: TRIVIUM

For over twenty years, Trivium have been a persistent presence in North American metal. Their sound has been labelled as thrash, melodic metalcore, groove metal, and even progressive metal, and continues to … Continue reading 208: TRIVIUM

207: ABSU

For thirty years, Texan extreme metal band produced some of strongest, fastest, thrash-influences black metal the US ever saw. Led by Proscriptor McGovern, what started as some death metal demos, grew into … Continue reading 207: ABSU

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