Metal Injection presents: The Hand ov Doom, two hours of militant metal ritual radio and filth! Infernal Proclamators Ben Danger…
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"Biblical horror for the masses. I hope that you will enjoy this video as much as I do."
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.
Wreck everything around you. Now. Do it.
Drop the needle, throw on your best pair of headphones, and let Elder take you away. It's an adventure that won't be soon forgotten.
The Ohio black/sludge band returns with their first new music in two years.
Integrity – 30 years and still killing it!
London's Craven Idol is proud to share their sophomore blackened thrash delight, The Shackles of Mammon.
Blackened death by way of Denver, Colorado. The trio features members of Khemmis, Abigail Williams, and Cult of the Lost Cause.
When I sat down to review this, I wasn't sure what there would be to say about an album comprised of live versions of songs from seven years ago recorded a mere three months before the band called it quits. But this brief look into the ISIS canon illustrates why they were one of the most important and innovative bands of the first decade of the 21st century.
Cradle of Filth crafted one of the best records with Cruelty and the Beast to help bring more fans over to black metal
Trevor of BLACK DAHLIA MURDER Offers 22 Reasons To Punch A Hole In Your Wall This Spring... Death Metal Style!
The Obituarist back again with another potent dose of sick underground metal to wreck your neck just in time for spring!