Metal Injection loves Halloween. We think its the most metal holiday of the year, and it seems you Metal Injection junkies agree.
This is the greatest story of the year.
There’s a lot more going on this record than what gets actual credit for, especially from the metal underground. There are definite weak spots and this brand of metal isn’t what you'd turn to in order to experience unchecked aggression and the expression of its creator’s simmering dark side, personal struggles and full-on disgust for the ways of the world. However, there’s no doubt of the infectiousness of just about every chorus here.
What's to believe anymore?
The weather is getting better in NYC, so I'm heading outside. Here are this week's most trending stories: Joey Jordison's…
The latest twist in the Osbourne family drama.
This has been a wild few days for Ozzy Osbourne fans.
"We have earned between $16k-$18k each over 6-7 years"
"Skip the depressing T-shirt with 1967-2015 on it – use the money to take a kid to a ballgame or out for ice cream."
It's no secret that Rob Dukes was not happy with the way he was fired from Exodus. Dukes was unceremoniously…
I give the band points for originality.
This was a very Periscope-heavy edition of the Livecast. Rob discussed attending a wedding party in Harlem. We talk about…
He also talks about how comfortable the reunion was and the absence of Jim Martin.
It's easy to see why Immortal were one of the first black metal bands to achieve tangible mainstream success. They didn't really sing about Satan for one thing (something that no doubt made them more marketable), and Abbath's unparalleled skill with grim but wickedly catchy riffs made them easier to digest for people with a budding interest in black metal.
The Michael Jackson cover is awesome!
Tis the season for wedding engagements!