Stoner and death metal blended together in an exciting new track from this Finnish four-piece.
Funeral Doom Friday: FUNERAL MOURNING's Blackened, Deadly Inertia of Dissonance (A Sermon in Finality)
From the sunny coasts of Eastern Australia comes a dark, icy blast of Funeral Doom.
Straight outta Calgary, Canada comes the post-blackened somber sounds of Numenorean, a band that truly runs the gamut between warm and cold ambiance with every song.
Illinois natives Caecus gift us with an exclusive stream of their debut album, The Funeral Garden. Atmospheric infused tech-death is the name of the game here, somewhat in the vein of Rivers of Nihil and Fallujah to give you a ballpark soundwise.
After finding success in groups such as Animosity, Son Of Aurelius, Decrepit Birth, And Continuum, guitarist/composer Chase Frasier united a god-tier cast of today's best tech-death musicians under the umbrella known as Conflux Collective. Today we bring you an early stream of this exciting groups face melting new EP, The Inception.
I have spent the better part of the last few days reading Lamb of God frontman Randy Blythe's new memoir,…
Despite losing two members in the crash, the band vows to continue.
The victims names have yet to be released.
Is Jamey Jasta gearing up to release a solo album? He's already posted one new track, "I Am Immortal" which…
Dylan Carlson doesn’t exactly abandon his Western noir template on this year’s Primitive and Deadly – an uncharacteristically ho hum album title that serves as more blunt descriptor than evocation – but he does tear down the barbed wire fences a bit, opening his pastoral drone to a greater sense of experimentation than we’ve seen since he settled into the sound to begin with.
Mötley Crüe's Vince Neil's drunk driving car wreck in late 1984 that left Hanoi Rocks drummer Nicholas "Razzle" Dingley dead, and the two bystanders in the other vehicle with permanent brain damage…
It's been almost a week since the last show The Dillinger Escape Plan ever played (at least that's the promise,…
There are no fake industrial drums, no lyrics about being morbid, just deadly riffs and killer drums
Things are going great for old Geno.
A CD so deadly they were recalled with a fatal warning!