Naturally, it's super heavy.
Mild spoilers ahead for Game of Thrones and Mastodon fans.
Cradle of Filth strikes again!
Apparently it's not dead just yet.
Remember that mystery group Sumerian Records was putting together? Here it is.
New album and a North American tour!
Given that Alestorm is very much known for these traits and does very little in ways of change, you would think that they would get hackneyed and worn out, but every Alestorm album has just been a ridiculous amount of fun. No Grave But The Sea is an absolute continuation of this trend.
Letting loose on the speed driven thrash of Seax's Speed Metal Mania
The good cause being Planned Parenthood.
Throughout highschool, I was sucked deeper into the black hole of the Marilyn Manson universe. As I researched each band member, I remember stumbling upon John 5's entire solo discography. The country-fusion style was unique amongst other shredders and added a twisted Southern vibe to his already creepy facade. Of course, nowadays the axe man has aligned his chops with Rob Zombie, but I feel that his creativity and talent are fully shown on these solo LPs.
Queens of The Wolfe Age?
It would sound something like this.
Season Of Arrows are a cut above the bland doom metal mainstream. Get in here for their new full length!
They're back and catchier than ever!
Paging Dr. Jones, Dr. Jones, you're needed on stage to perform "Angels Shall Sin, Demons Shall Pray." That could be…
Gruesome can straight up do no wrong.