One of the biggest stories of last year was Behemoth frontman Adam "Nergal" Darski announcing that he was diagnosed with…
Oh happy day! Blabbermouth is reporting that the Polish version of Behemoth's official website has posted that a bone marrow…
By now, I am sure you have heard that Nergal is battling with leukemia. When the news was announced, metalheads…
Getting lost in the cold sludge and droning environments of Ire Wolve's Heirs.
Gates' 2014 album Bloom And Breathe should be revered as a progressive classic. Here's why.
Mike's in good spirits but could use our help!
Denmark rains threnodic sounds through Woebegone Obscured.
Much can be said to the "Meh" quality of most bands in one of the most mature, yet juvenile sub-genre in metal, so it's always refreshing to find some un-charred and freshly hacked bone nubs to nibble on and digest.
THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases From DEATH ANGEL, LACUNA COIL, SIX FEET UNDER and More Out Today - 5/27
This edition includes more typos than ever thanks to my new kitten Dennis that insisted on strolling the keyboard as…
This edition includes the one band that would release an album on 9/11, and a lot of other cool shit….
Fall doom tour? Yes please!
Some things are over as quickly as they began. Or so they seem. Like a great day that just goes by too quickly, I find myself staring at the screen repeatedly, wondering how long its actually been since I hit play on Torch Runner's latest dynamite display Endless Nothing. And at the volatile speed this movies at, it's anything but endless.
Hailing from the “if it ain’t broke…” school of thought, Mike Scheidt continues to drive his band YOB to new heights of epic, darkly spiritual doom without consideration for trends, self-consciousness or the whims of fickle consumers. At 62 minutes yet only four songs, Clearing the Path to Ascend rewards the patient while almost deliberately snubbing the ADD set. In other words, a typical YOB album.