Not quite a hard-hitter, but it's still worth it.
Album number seven sees Inquisition both pushing for new horizons while also showing signs of growing a bit too comfortable with their own formula
This song builds and build to a huge, heavy payoff at the end that will leave you headbanging throughout.
Ambient Wolves In The Throne Room is a very, very good rendition of the band.
Winter might be over soon, but Agalloch are making sure we know what season it is.
More hi-res Cynic clips at http://metalinjection.tv/tags/cynic. Cynic live, taped at the Sonar in Baltimore, MD in January 2010. Here are all…
I would be willing to bet that the early Norwegian black metal bands didn’t anticipate their style of music to…
Look what we got our dirty little paws on… the cover art for Becoming The Archetype's forthcoming release, Celestial Completion….
We are officially half way through with 2017, and it's been a busy year for heavy metal. While the second…
Is WITTR returning to black metal?
When I sat down to review this, I wasn't sure what there would be to say about an album comprised of live versions of songs from seven years ago recorded a mere three months before the band called it quits. But this brief look into the ISIS canon illustrates why they were one of the most important and innovative bands of the first decade of the 21st century.
The UK-based project unleashes a complex, celestial arrangement of blackened noise and unique instrumentation.
Happy last Weekly Injection of Anal August! This edition includes supergroups, doom for those that aren't that into doom, another…