Richard Webb
A Kentish lad at the wrong end of his twenties. I'm a journalist that loves anything grizzly and gruesome whether it's in music, film or art. My guitar and vinyl collections are amongst my prize possessions and my wardrobe is predominantly black.
Music Reviews

ALBUM REVIEW: August Burns Red – Guardians

Just over two years since the release of their critically acclaimed eighth studio album 'Phantom Anthem', August Burns Red are back with their latest release ‘Guardians’ and it appears that they have a bit in their teeth and a fire in their stomachs.

ALBUM REVIEW: Polaris – The Death Of Me

Australian progressive metalcore act Polaris return with the sophomore effort ‘The Death Of Me’ and are looking to dethrone Parkway Drive at the summit of the genre. With this release, they may well be armed enough to do so.

EP REVIEW: Ihsahn – Telemark

Ihsahn is a man who refuses to stand still, currently releasing solo records at a rate that could match Devin Townsend himself. So far he has mastered a vast majority of different genres on his musical travels and now with his 'Telemark' EP he returns to his black metal roots.

ALBUM REVIEW: Loathe – I Let It In And It Took Everything

Loathe are a band that are looking to take the steps required to put their head above the crowded and frankly oversaturated metalcore/hardcore scene. With their latest album, 'I Let It In And It Took Everything', they look to be properly armed and equipped to do just that.

ALBUM REVIEW: Kirk Windstein – Dream In Motion

Kirk Windstein is a man that has given his life to metal music. He has pioneered the southern metal sound and has been a member of not one, but two of the biggest bands from that region. Now in 2020, the dark lord of the riff has stepped out of the shadows to unleash his debut solo effort, ‘Dream In Motion’.
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