I’ve got a great round up of 23 solid as fuck new releases (heavy on the death metal) you should be checking out this Fall. I’ve got a talented spread here, lots of great bands and some been I’ve been genuinely very excited about.
Fueled by sudden inspiration after seeing a “cool” sailboat tattoo, one local punk irreversibly stained her skin earlier this week as a heartfelt homage to the time she saw a similar looking tattoo on someone else.
Witnesses report the sprawling back tattoo, a jumble of ships, swallows, the words “Keep ‘Em Separated” and assorted, unrelated images made “no sense to anyone” despite Marshall’s best efforts to tell its origin story.
Out-of-town patrons – who dreamt Slaughter lost the eye in a “badass” way, like a secret war in Central America in the 80s, an impromptu drag race through a cemetery on Halloween, or stage diving into a heavily-studded mosh pit at a Judas Priest concert – reported extreme dissatisfaction with Slaughter’s explanation.
Trevor from THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 21 Sick New Recommendations Spawned From The Utmost Depths Of Summer Hell
Hey there freaks and geeks, Trevor Strnad AKA The Obituarist reporting live from the road on the current TBDM summer tour with some sick new suggestions to beef up your end of summer playlists.
No one shows up to their first day of Preschool wearing a Gorguts t-shirt.
Howdy mutants, Trevor aka The Obituarist here to round of some of the finest releases in extreme music that I’ve…
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Yes, we're actually advocating that you don't shower.
Trevor of THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 27 New Music Recommendations To Cut Your Bored Flesh To This June
Hey dudes, I’ve got one hell of a column for you all, combing the annals of the underground the world over for more sick music, new and old.
Agalloch changed all our lives. Here's what the reissues mean in light of their breakup.
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Metal is in a very good place right now – one journalist muses as to why.