Now with 100% more Jeff Loomis!
It's also fast, short, and brutal.
This year, 2017, marks the 13th anniversary of the launch of Metal Injection. What a whirlwind. In what has become…
Tennger Cavalry, now fit for all your Norse needs.
Tengger Cavalry really needs more attention.
it's got its pros and cons.
Plus Christian metalcore band finds science and rejects religion, new Machine Head track and more.
It's all old, old Arch Enemy! Fuck yeah!
Sounds really heavy!
As with many bands that start off mixing and matching disparate sub-genre tropes to varying effect, Barren Earth have grown exponentially in terms of both scale and sophistication since 2009's debut EP, Our Twilight. The 70's prog rock influences so noted on early releases have gradually through attrition begun to subsume the band's entire modus operandi (witness Kasper Mårtenson try his hand at old Keith Emerson organ runs on "The Vault"), but the doom death vertebrae from previous releases remains largely intact, positioning On Lonely Towers dangerously close to schizophrenic territory at times.
This will be a shreddy masterpiece
For all their quality attributes Armageddon are hardly the sea changing world beaters as either fellow Swedes At the Gates nor Amott's brother Michael's band Carcass, but listening to their new effort Captivity & Devourment it seems like they should at least be getting the sort of props that Arch Enemy enjoys.
Ten years totally fly by, especially once you hit 30 and realize your twenties and a quarter of your life…
Loomis doesn't miss a beat.
This was a weird week for metal news. There was that weird Manson/Lana Del Ray video, we saw some lineup…