The vintage rage of hardcore punk and old school death metal lives on through Pennsylvania's Nightfear.
"It’s a conversation that needs to be had, about how to get help."
It’s Monday and Mondays suck, so let’s grind it out with Genocide Generator’s III.
Ozzfest 1998 was a show full of awesome bands. While groups like Tool and Soulfly became mainstays through today, we take a look further down the card to see which bands are still rocking and which have disappeared.
And so Darkthrone leaps into the future!
Darkthrone’s 1993 album, Under a Funeral Moon, represents the true essence of black metal. You can largely determine how you feel about black metal by how you respond to this album. Its 39 minutes of morbid darkness contains everything devotees love about 2nd-wave black metal, and thus represents everything its detractors hate.
This statement is bizarre.
Almost every week, Nic Huber dissects the heavy riffs of bands — new and old — in The Wednesday Sludge….
Let loose on Employed To Serve's new record Warmth of a Dying Sun, as it utterly captivates your mind and crushes your eardrums.
Every week, Nic Huber dissects the heavy riffs of bands — new and old — in The Wednesday Sludge. This…
The inclusion of noise and industrial sounds is often a finicky endeavor in metal. There are few that can thread…
Remember that crazy Tool gig announced for southern California with Primus, Melvins and DJ sets by The Crystal Method? It…