It's funny because it's true.
Norway gives the U.S. a Black Thrash Attack!
The song is killer, but you knew that – it's Byzantine.
Get learned on some Opeth today!
Oh Isis, you couldn't have known things would be this much of a pain.
Also, Gray addresses that mysterious Mudvayne Facebook post a while back.
Trevor from THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 21 Sick New Recommendations Spawned From The Utmost Depths Of Summer Hell
Hey there freaks and geeks, Trevor Strnad AKA The Obituarist reporting live from the road on the current TBDM summer tour with some sick new suggestions to beef up your end of summer playlists.
Howdy mutants, Trevor aka The Obituarist here to round of some of the finest releases in extreme music that I’ve…
“When it’s time, it’s time,” Stover said as he wistfully thumbed through old polaroids of the band during better times. “Maybe someone else can use something for their own band. Randy, the bass player, is actually my friend’s son, so I know he’s still got a lot of shows left in him.”
In 2014, the band's release of Up In Hell showed promise consisting of a slight nü metal and hardcore fusion. Two years later, Incite expands on that approach quite well adding a tinge of modern death metal. This subtle shift in the band's sound went from a Hatebreed aesthetic to the wholesome style of say Machine Head or others within the New Wave of American Heavy Metal.
I've always viewed metalcore as one of the genres that suffered from pigeonholing the most. But in recent years, many key groups from the -core genres have turned to experimentation and exploration to avoid furthering this pattern. Predictable breakdowns and cringey choruses have shifted to something more progressive and of holding depth.
The Bendal Interlude bring it all together with their latest release. Can you handle the Death & Roll madness?
The Body's fifth full-length album certainly registers as "the grossest pop album of all time". Musicians who are as fluid and talented as Chip King and Lee Buford are able to avoid stagnation and create new and innovative music year in and year out.