The Hunter is an album in which to lose yourself.
Forever is sufficiently overloaded with both information and mystique to keep you coming back, well, forever.
Iowa’s finest, Slipknot, continue to break boundaries on intense, innovative sixth album, We Are Not Your Kind.
An album that pushes and challenges its creators and its audience in new ways, the finer details of which will probably take another 13 years to fully unwrap and appreciate.
The Book Of Souls is an album of extraordinary vision.
... brilliant album.
With Time & Space they've made a record that will blow minds as surely as it will elevate them from beyond an emboldened, resurgent and vital scene.
Like the soundtrack to a wedding reception, DOAB is Panic! At The Disco turnt up, both musically and lyrically.
This is Metallica galvanised, refreshed, refocused and rediscovering themselves. Best thing they've done since The Black album? Yep.
Leaps and bounds ahead of their excellent M debut, Mareridt is ambitious, accomplished, and beautifully ugly.
Five years since the release of All We Love We Leave Behind, you could argue this is more of the same and just another Converge album. Pitted against the best of the band's catalogue, though, this one holds its own.
Kodama is one of 2016's most arresting releases.
Like Clockwork may have been wrought from turmoil, what it delivers is the sound of Queens Of The Stone Age back at the top of their game.