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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Periphery are on a bit of a break right now as they get ready for Summer Slaughter and guitarist Misha Mansoor decided "hey, why not cover a Meshuggah classic?" So that's what he did…
Whoa, Huntress just got a huge seal of approval from a Golden God of heavy metal. The band, who is working on a new album right now, has a new song which was co-written by Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead.
Record label Hydra Head are selling off a bunch of really cool stuff to close down their Los Angels HQ. Heartbreaking for most, but it could be one hell of a treasure trove for all y'all fans!
Legendary progressive metal band Cynic are in the mixing process for their new album. Apparently they're gunning hard for that fall 2013 release date!
Japan's Coffins have been exhumed for the first time since 2008 with their upcoming record, The Fleshland. Now you hear what decay sounds like.
We are excited to bring you a world premiere track from Sioux Falls, SD's Colossus. The band is releasing Time & Eternal on June 11th and we are happy to bring you a taste of the record, with the premiere of "Beacons." The band has thick riffs, catchy hooks and combining equal parts metal and [...]
Shaun Lopez (Far, Crosses), or Easy Girl as he's credited on the album, remixed the title track off Dillinger Escape Plan's new album. It's a pretty far cry from the original.
The new Death Division song is kinda like old-school Drowning Pool, but way worse and with a pretty terrible mix.
Last night was the season finale of CSI, and as promised Black Sabbath were on the show performing their new song "The End Is The Beginning" as well a mild-bit of acting by Ozzy Osbourne himself.
Torche have a 7" coming out on Volcom Entertainment pretty soon, but you don't have to wait to jam the new song!
It's been almost two weeks since the tragic passing of Jeff Hanneman due to liver failure. Last week, the band announced the official cause of death being alcohol related cirrhosis and that a memorial will be held in his honor later this month. The band just released all the details surrounding the memorial:
We're just a few weeks away from the release of The Black Dahlia Murder's new album, Everblack and with anticipation gaining, the band released another sliver of music today, the track “Raped in Hatred by Vines of Thorn.”
Well then! Opeth are apparently making some big strides toward writing their next record, and Mikael even makes some references to their super early work. What does it all mean?!
At one point Killing Joke were one of the most bulletproof post-punk bands around. Releasing their first single in 1978, they were right there with Wire and Gang of Four as indisputable early pioneers of the genre. In an era of Cold War hostilities and Reaganomics the band's (dead serious) brand of apocalyptic beats and conspiracy-oriented lyrics hit home with an [...]