Each week on ‘Throwback Thursday’ we dust off a crucial but underrated album, without which heavy metal’s evolution would have turned out quite differently. This week there’s even more dust involved than usual: as in Dust, the band, whose fingerprints are spread all over heavy metal’s formative past, difficult as it may be at first [...]
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Kind of a ho-hum week… a few notable releases but mostly crate digging. Next week is the fucking jam, though, so don't get too deep in hock jocking on Volbeat. Let's get to it, then.
March is almost over, which means Amazon.com's ridiculous March Is Metal Month sale is also almost over. You only have until the end of the weekend to get your digitalpaws on some great metal albums all for under $5.99. Here are some highlights of the sale: Gojira – L’Enfant Sauvage Testament – Dark Roots of Earth [...]
Alright, I wasn't really on-board with Tool reissuing their Opiate EP when I first read about it. All it was at first was just some extra art… but now the game has changed.
Yeah, I know; I'm at the point of barely even giving a crap either. The fact of the matter is that as much as I say I don't care, I'm all friggin' over new information… because it's Tool.
Coming off the success of their widely enjoyed 2012 record No, there's really no better time for Old Man Gloom to make their back catalogue sound even better for their new fans!
For those of you who like your music purchased legally, Amazon.com is back at it with another kickass metal sale, this time celebrating March Is Metal Month. You can find crushing classic albums for under five bucks. Here's a sampling of what's on sale: Pantera's The Best Of Pantera: Far Beyond The Great Southern Cowboy's [...]
As part of Black Metal History Month, we will be spotlighting classic albums that we feel are essential for any fan of black metal. This album is a part of that series. Make sure to pick up our limited edition Black Metal History Month t-shirt. Most "who was first?" arguments centering around black metal tend to focus [...]
CONTROL DENIED – "Breaking The Broken," taken from the album 'The Fragile Art of Existence' Deluxe Reissue available now on 2CD/3CD/Digital via Relapse Records. Video directed by Doug Cook.
This video will be included on the new DVD Defending The Faith, which will be included in the CD/DVD reissue of Keepers Of The Faith, their latest album, which will be out November 1st.
Last week, we told you that Cannibal Corpse is getting ready to reissue every one of their releases from the past 25 years in a new limited edition box set called Dead Human Collection: 25 Years of Death Metal due out on March 13th. Today, the band has unveiled the look of the box set, [...]
Metal Injection reported back on November 27th that Rage Against The Machine would not be writing a new album, however, reports now indicate that not only will they not be releasing new music but the rumored tour that was in the works will no longer be happening either.
One of the highlights of seeing Neurosis live for me was the trippy visuals that would always project over the band as they performed their plodding music. I always felt it was a stroke of brilliance, because the band themselves don't move around much and after a while they do get boring to look at, [...]
A/V Roundup: GOJIRA Live Audio; Video of ZAKK & SLASH Jamming; Album streams from AEON, DEATH, BAD BRAINS, CRYPTOPSY, KYLESA, WOE IS MEPosted on November 21st, 2012
In today's A/V roundup, we have two live audio files from a recent Gojira live show, a video of Zakk Wylde and Slash jamming, album streams from Aeon, Death, Bad Brains, Cryptopsy, Kylesa and Woe, Is Me. Let's get started:
Trent Reznor Once Again Hints At More NINE INCH NAILS; Says He'll Be On The New QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE Album and more tidbits from his Reddit AMAPosted on November 14th, 2012
Yesterday, Nice Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor agreed to do a Reddit AMA, where readers of the site could ask him anything they wanted and Trent would respond to as many inquiries as possible. There were a lot of great questions asked and Trent did his best to answer them all. Here are some highlights: