Funeral Doom Friday: FUNERALIUM Threaten Demise With A New Song, "Spit At My Face, I Will Pluck Your Tongue Out"
It is the weekend! Is there a better way to start it than with the latest installment of “Funeral Doom…
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!
FFO: Ahab, Mournful Congregation, and good music in general.
This is really cool.
So, gonna get right to the point with this week's Dank, as we have a shit load of killer tunes…
Hear new music from underground death metal bands like Xenomorphic Contamination, Inbreeding Sick, Megascavenger, Nucleus, Zhrine
What do you think of Joey's newest music?
Black metal may have been birthed within the frozen winter landscapes of Scandinavia, but it was only an eye blink…
Minnesota metal troupe Obsequiae’s 2011 debut, Suspended in the Brume of Eos, was a gift from the Metal Gods that deftly managed to satisfy two of the greatest needs of its time. First off, it was a very, very good melodic death metal record at a time when that genre had been written more or less written off. More impressively, it was a quality folk metal album that managed to be catchy and accessible without leaning on eye-roll-inducing genre tropes like fiddles and beer hall chants
THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases From VEIL OF MAYA, ARCTURUS, STEVE VON TILL and More Out Today - 5/12
It's a huge day for new heavy metal, so let's get to it!
“Every frame of this movie looks like someone's last known photo.” While these words were uttered in the infamous Mystery…
It sounds like a Chapman Stick being plucked… nice.
It's a new year so why not kick if off with some new music? Or perhaps revisiting some metal classics….
Yes. London’s Haken really like Yes. That much has been evident since they burst on to the progressive metal scene back in 2010 with their debut album, Aquarius. As the sands have clunked through the hourglass, the sextet has used a big ol’ Yes-shaped lasso to round up as many sub-genre bits ‘n’ bobs, throwing in some metal glitter, a la Dream Theater, into the fray.
Seizures are…a lot of things. Difficult to classify but still worthy of squeezing between genres. The Dana Point, CA unit started back in 2010. Their first full-length, Antipathy, was released in 2011 and the band has become relentless since. A split with the excellent Columbian Necktie and now The Sanity Universal. Playing a style that falls between Dillinger Escape Plan, The Carrier and Lewd Acts.