Sometimes slam surprises. Sometimes, when you least expect it, you are hit square in the man-tits with something wholly different…
Hour Of Penance – still death metal.
So far, we've heard two new Hate Eternal songs: “Pathogenic Apathy,” and “The Stygian Deep”. Both were heavy hitters, and packed…
This can't be easy for the family.
Beyond the Gates is the best place I can imagine to enjoy a very tasty slice of the greater world of underground metal.
To the untrained ear, this review is nothing but nerdy hair splitting; your significant other who knows nothing about metal and your mom will continue to hear a bunch of fucking directionless noise.
Diaz has a few inches on Maynard, just a few.
Now with The Black Dahlia Murder and Six Feet Under members!
Frontwoman, Jen Diehl, has a set of pipes!
The first pressing of The Blackening had a piece of lint accidentally scanned into the artwork.
When death metal began in the 80's, it was fresh and innovative. Fast forward to today and I feel as though tolerance has left metalheads wanting more than fast riffs, death growls, and blast beats. Luckily, the tree of death metal grew branches to cater for listeners craving heavy music that pushed the boundaries technically. And while the existence of technical death metal certainly isn't new, I feel that it also holds the same rules of tolerance and a need for progression in the constant dynamics of the metal community.
This edition contains Canadian thrash perfection, desert rock royalty, and more! To the metals…
Seriously, Chipotle, why?
Hello and welcome back to The Obituarist… it’s a new year, ladies and gentleman and this marks my 20th (!)…
When we heard the first single off the new Hour of Penance album, "XXI Century Imperial Crusade," we just had…
It's been two years since the unfortunate overdose of Static X singer Wayne Static. Today, we look back at five music videos featuring the vocalist.
Whether you think positively or negatively about Hammerfall, the Swedes have to be respected for being one of the initial bands to break heavy metal from the doldrums created by the music industry’s obsession with finding the next Kurt Cobain and trying to replicate and extend the success of grunge back in the 90s. Ten albums in and things aren't so sunny.