Children rising one last time in Birmingham.
Kurt Ballou produced it, so prepare yourself for insane heaviness.
This is straight messed up!
Even at the end, Black Sabbath was still awesome.
Paradise Lost? Grave? Never.
Out of the Voiceless Grave is indeed a proper nod to the death metal of old, rife with battering drums, vitriolic snarls, and of course, no shortage of whiplash-inducing riffs.
Hot damn, it's time for new Exhumed.
It's like if Black Sabbath were a gritty punk band, though still with its riffs.
Who needs coffee when you have The Acacia Strain? The band release their eighth studio release, Gravebloom, today and to celebrate…
Retro doom? Check. Drugs? Holy shit, check.
Given that Alestorm is very much known for these traits and does very little in ways of change, you would think that they would get hackneyed and worn out, but every Alestorm album has just been a ridiculous amount of fun. No Grave But The Sea is an absolute continuation of this trend.
It’s Monday and Mondays suck, so let’s grind it out with Unholy Grave’s Revoltage.
"All of a sudden, it was almost like Weiland speaking to me from the grave, man. It was a very weird feeling that I felt."
At least that's what the hashtag says. Plus, Corey Taylor is teasing the album!
GRAVE "And Here I Die…Satisfied" Live at 70,000 Tons Of Metal
It’s Monday and Mondays suck so let’s grind it out with Mass Grave The Absurdity of Humanity.