And so Darkthrone leaps into the future!
Darkthrone’s 1993 album, Under a Funeral Moon, represents the true essence of black metal. You can largely determine how you feel about black metal by how you respond to this album. Its 39 minutes of morbid darkness contains everything devotees love about 2nd-wave black metal, and thus represents everything its detractors hate.
One of the greatest guitar players in metal returns to the States!
Cradle of Filth crafted one of the best records with Cruelty and the Beast to help bring more fans over to black metal
This Agalloch worshipping black metal promises to be one of our favorite debuts of the year
Check out Max Volume Silence Live, video by Frank Huang
Metal Injection and MetalSucks, in conjunction with The Lodge Gallery and its exhibition “Infinite Darkness,” invite you to hang out at…
Back in September, we reported on the crazy story of a Wisconsin Juggalo named Jonathan Schrap amputating the pinky finger of Shelby Neuens. Neuens…
Lars Ulrich Says METALLICA Hope To Collaborate With LADY GAGA More, Calls Her "The Quintessential Fifth Member of This Band"
Could a Lulu-like collaboration be on the cards in the future?
Well, I am fucking stoked on new Obituary.
In this year's final installment, let's take a look back at the very best that 2016 had to offer!
The Withered winter weather forecast is looking extra dark and gloomy
For all y'all death metal fans.
Gone is gonna come back in January 2017.
Orchestras, flamenco, Soilwork vocals… what else did you want?
"Will O The Wisp" is a folksy acoustic number featuring some mid-song bluesy soloing.
Lesson here: don't smuggle drugs into Ohio (or anywhere really)
Apparently Bjorn Strid is Canadian now.