Death metal? Death metal!
After a six-year gap, Sweden's Witchery have returned with another potent slab of quality thrash metal.
It’s Monday and Mondays suck, so let’s grind it out with Infernal Coil’s Burning Prayer of Infinite Hatred.
With limited vocals throughout, this eerie and intriguing release has just enough catchy riffs and ambient affects to cast an addicting spell over the listener.
It's everything you ever wanted out of punk with a swift kick in the teeth.
New video from Skeletonwitch, coming from their 2011 release, Forever Abomination. Catch Skeletonwitch on tour with Black Dahlia Murder, Nile…
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.
Trevor from THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 25 Explosions Of Deathly Sonic Proportions Sure To Maim this May
Really excited about the line up here, an eclectic mix from all walks of the extreme for your neighbors second-hand listening displeasure!
Trevor of BLACK DAHLIA MURDER Offers 22 Reasons To Punch A Hole In Your Wall This Spring... Death Metal Style!
The Obituarist back again with another potent dose of sick underground metal to wreck your neck just in time for spring!
Happy Black Friday to you all! Good luck if you're dumb enough to be out in that shit. To everyone…
Members of Dimmu Borgir and Rob Zombie too.
I’ve got a great round up of 23 solid as fuck new releases (heavy on the death metal) you should be checking out this Fall. I’ve got a talented spread here, lots of great bands and some been I’ve been genuinely very excited about.
Swedish New York hardcore!
Trevor of THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER's 27 New Music Recommendations To Cut Your Bored Flesh To This June
Hey dudes, I’ve got one hell of a column for you all, combing the annals of the underground the world over for more sick music, new and old.
The best way to discover underground metal.