So you're in the mood for some Alice in Chains, but the doomier styling of bands like Woods of Ypres has been calling your name all day. Making a playlist isn't going to cut it; you want your 20-ton slow jams with a heaping side of vocal harmonies right now! Welcome to A Pale Horse [...]
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The summer of 2013 is shaping up to be a banner year for fans of Japanese doom metal. First, Coffins announced The Fleshland, their first LP in almost five years. And now Church of Misery have announced their next album, titled Thy Kingdom Scum, will be released on June 11th via Metal Blade Records.
Is there a new trend in hip-hop leaning towards wearing obscenely gaudy heavy metal-like fashion? This seems to be the case.
Well, you knew this was coming. With As I Lay Dying frontman, Tim Lambesis being held in a San Diego jail facing charges of soliciting murder, there was no way he would making it out to Killswitch's tour kicking off at the end of this month. The rest of the band announced today in a [...]
You may have heard recently through the grapevine that a band going by the name “Lesbian” exists. Furthermore, it has no female members, which should add all kinds of confusion to your plate and make you look twice before clicking “play” on one of the internet's favorite pastimes. After all, it is difficult to look [...]
THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases from DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN, IMMOLATION, UNCLE ACID and More Out Today 5/14Posted on May 14th, 2013
The metal world has been getting really heavy lately (pun intended, but I'm not proud of it). There has been death, a murder plot, and drugs (the scary AMC kind). It's almost like metal is the new hip hop (burn?). So, It was such a relief to have so many great albums dropping today (almost too many). [...]
Geo·dissonance: the metal movement is proliferating to all corners of the globe. In its relentless display of vitriolic truths and the ugliest questions of existence, we can hear the resounding riffs of heavy metal in the most conservative pockets of society. As your Punjabi, riff-worshiping correspondent, I'vxe created Geodissonance to report the controversy: as metal [...]
Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats are streaming Mind Control, which we've so graciously reviewed for you reading pleasure right here. Spoiler- it's great.
Slipknot made a surprise appearance at the Revolver Golden Gods last week, and during the proceedings Clown walked the black carpet. How the hell did I miss Clown?! Anyway, he gave some hints as to when we can expect Slipknot to return.
The metal world is still shocked about the news that broke yesterday that Slayer guitarist Jeff Hanneman of Slayer passed away due to liver failure at the young age of 49. Musicians everywhere have been paying tribute, and here is a roundup of their kind words for the influential guitarist:
If you want to know the answer to last time's Guessing Game click here. We're back for another round!
Dillinger Escape Plan tends to have the effect on people where you want to headbang, but you also just want to flail around mindless and generally freak out. This kid does both and neither at the same time.
THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases from ROB ZOMBIE, GEOFF TATE'S QUEENSRYCHE, and More Out Today – 4/23Posted on April 23rd, 2013
After a week of silence, the WEEKLY INJECTION has returned with a shiny new writer. There are a few gems on the list of albums dropping this week, but they are a few and far between. However, those that shine, do so quite well though. Now, without further introduction to my awkward writing style…. to [...]
Coming off their amazing 2011 release Agony, Fleshgod Apocalypse are all geared up to apparently blow your mind apart with some new stuff.
In the right hands, music is a life-sustaining force. On their second album, Thrawsunblat have channeled the pain of real-life tragedy and death into a work of staggering might. Featuring the remaining members of Woods of Ypres, Wanderer on the Continent of Saplings is informed by that band’s unique sound, but it is by no [...]