This week's Currents is bit of hard-hitting rock, a tinge of groovy disco and some vulnerability infused electronica.
Heathen Beast's new album 'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised But It Will Be Heard' is a mind-melting listen that takes a lot of names and kicks even more ass.
On Mark of Teja, Scribe took the themes and characters from Andaz Apna Apna and built it into their universe of power-drunk industrialists and mad science.
Since its formation in 2012, Bloodywood has continuously shaken the metal-verse with every new release.
Skyharbor tip-toes on the line between sonically consistent and just plain repetitive, there are a lot of fresh and innovative ideas throughout 'Sunshine Dust' which makes it an enjoyable listen.
A decade on, Aggressive World Dynasty still stands leagues ahead of its time and manages to edge out even the current crop of Indian metal.
The Return to Darkness saw some stylistic changes and sounded way more polished than anything Demonic Resurrection had put out before.
In 15 minutes, Godless delivers something that most metal bands rarely do. The EP is tight with very meticulous production and all the songs blend in seamlessly with each other.