The metal community of Kolkata has always been a step ahead when it comes to pushing forward the city’s local...
At a time when black metal still only has a handful of active representations in India, Antt comes across as a welcome, formidable addition to the list.
Within Ceres' debut album Skyless is an auditory experience through a blend of metal-core and djent, with ambient and orchestral elements over its 5 featured tracks.
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.
It can be safely said that if there ever was an album that resonated as clearly as a shot gun blast with the socio-political storm that the world is currently facing, this would be it.
Blakc's latest release What is Time is about change, but it is also about control.
Heathen Beast launch an all-out scathing attack with ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised But It Will Be Heard’
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.
Orbits of Decay touches upon themes of existentialism and makes comments on the futility of human greed even in the face of extinction
This week's Currents is bit of hard-hitting rock, a tinge of groovy disco and some vulnerability infused electronica.
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.