It's called Phantom Amour, and it's quite red.
"This song is about working to the bone at a day job, and having nothing to show for it."
They're back and they're weird. Still.
Timberlake is far from the most famous person on the album.
Hiss Spun is shaping up to be pretty great.
Elliot Coleman's voice is just so good, you guys.
"First Day In Hell" is a galloping, melodic track that sees the band slow down quite a bit to make room for bludgeoning riffs and longer, more drawn out vocal passages.
We're three singles into End, and they just won't get any less heavy.
Slow, heavy, and… heavy again.
Their most Rage Against the Machine-sounding track yet!
Oh Australia, never change.
Paradise Lost? Grave? Never.
This song is SO GOOD.
Post-whatever greatness awaits!
Ryan Martinie is still ridiculous at bass.
FFO: Der Weg Einer Freiheit, groovy, slow, kinda djenty black metal in general.
FFO" Instrumental Iron Maiden/Thin Lizzy riffs.
The vintage rage of hardcore punk and old school death metal lives on through Pennsylvania's Nightfear.
GLACIAL TOMB (Members of KHEMMIS, ABIGAIL WILLIAMS, etc.) Covers AUS-ROTTEN's "Fuck Nazi Sympathy" For Obvious Reasons
Stick it to Nazis and help out a good cause by buying brilliant blackened death metal.