One of the finest acts in progressive metal is back once more and they have their seventh studio album in tow. Mastodon present their fourth concept album Emperor of Sand, a story about life, death and the battle against cancer.
I won't feign familiarity here because I'm actually new to Caskets Open, but Follow Nothing is one hell of an introduction to this band's music.
A dark shadow looms over Portugal as a monstrous entity rears its head to claim its righteous place. The Ominous Circle make their debut and let us bear witness to their Appaling Ascension
Saving the best for last, the final part of this series of posts to wrap up this year are my top 10 albums of 2016.
At the end of the year, it's not only important to reflect on the music that 2016 has brought us but also on how Noise Vortex has been doing for this past year and what's to come in 2017.