Including screenshots of Fuentes being less than reputable.
SUICIDE SILENCE Frontman Eddie Hermida Apologizes To Woman Accusing Him of “Emotionally and Sexually Manipulating” Her While She Was Underage
After the allegations yesterday by a woman from Vienna, Austria, Verena Celis, who claimed she was "emotionally and sexually manipulating" by…
Woman Accuses SUICIDE SILENCE Vocalist Eddie Hermida of “Emotionally and Sexually Manipulating” Her When She Was Underage
Hermida has not responded to the accusations.
A number of North America's most prominent cabals are coming together for a brand new festival in the Pacific Northwest….
Welcome to another edition of Heavy Metal Real Estate, where we explore how rock stars live by way of their real…
He's in good spirits though, according to the band!
Dallas Toler-Wade brings the complete death metal package.
EIGHTEEN VISIONS Pay Tribute to "They Live" with “Underneath My Gun” Video, ETID's Andy Williams Is All Out of Bubblegum
Eighteen Visions enlisted their good buddy, Every Time I Die guitarist and professional wrestler Andy Williams to be the lead…
"I never really felt like I was accepted at Gibson. The communication over there is terrible. They kept fucking up my guitars that I was asking for."
Tech-Death Tuesday: INANIMATE EXISTENCE Continue Their Upwards Trajectory On Underneath a Melting Sky
Hey there tech fiends, it's that time of the week again. Once again, there's an exclusive premiere for you here…
Converge are back with their first new full-length album in five years.
Heavy metal’s musical foundations have always lent itself well to lengthier compositions, but there’s plenty of examples of the opposite too. With little time to spare, bands like Napalm Death and Municipal Waste thrive on caving in heads with their quick, yet explosive concoctions.
Mid-tempo crusher Converge!
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Hey there tech-fiends, it's that time of the week again. There's going to be a lot of sick early song…
Featuring members who have contributed to Hail of Bullets, Bolt Thrower, Benediction, Wombbath, Sepiroth, and more…
Darkthrone’s 1993 album, Under a Funeral Moon, represents the true essence of black metal. You can largely determine how you feel about black metal by how you respond to this album. Its 39 minutes of morbid darkness contains everything devotees love about 2nd-wave black metal, and thus represents everything its detractors hate.