Suicide Silence - Become The Hunter

Suicide Silence – Become The Hunter (album)

Release date: 14th February 2019 || Genre: Death metal|| Label: Nuclear Blast Scales Of Justice: Guest Reviewer Drew Cochrane Suicide Silence return with their new album, Become The Hunter, the follow-up to their critically lambasted, 2017 self titled effort. As someone who was never a massive fan of the band, but does enjoy the odd […]

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Ingested, Lashing Out, Grievance, Threshold Sicks, Fractured Perceptions, Section 9 (live review)

DUSA Floor 5, Dundee, March 28th 2019 Scales Of Justice: Guest reviewer Drew Cochrane Photo credits AVZD It’s a Thursday night, and I’m headed (rather apprehensively) to Dundee University Students Union to watch Ingested. The reason for being apprehensive is that, despite enjoying their studio output, the last 2 times I’ve seen Ingested live, they’ve […]

Master's Call - Morbid Black Trinity

Master’s Call – Morbid Black Trinity (EP)

Release date: 25th January 2019 || Genre: Black metal|| Label: Self-released Scales Of Justice: Guest Reviewer Violent Witness Having floated around the UK metal scene for almost a decade, you’d think I’d be much more familiar with the deciphering of the lyrics by now. This black metal offering from Master’s Call is a blistering start to my […]

Anaal Nathrakh - A New Kind Of Horror

Anaal Nathrakh – A New Kind Of Horror (album)

Release date: 28th September 2018 || Genre: Extreme metal || Label: Metal Blade Records Scales Of Justice: Guest reviewer Andrew Mill World War II has up tempo jazz. Vietnam had Dylan and Hendrix. If you were wondering what will be playing in documentaries 100 years in the future, when Hell sends up it half-robot demons to wipe out […]

Avatar - Avatar Country

Avatar – Avatar Country (album)

Release date: 12th January 2018 || Genre: Heavy Metal/Avant-Garde || Label: Entertainment One/Century Media Scales Of Justice: Guest reviewer Allan Craik From the melodic harmonies of “The King Wants You”, to the neck breaking assault of “King’s Harvest” and the blistering guitar riffs of “Legend Of The King”, “Avatar Country” is nothing short of a 43 minute masterpiece. […]