"Feet Don't Fail Me" sounds pretty great.
The United States is about to get blackened.
Queens of the Stone Age kicked off their US tour last night and decided to treat the fans to a…
Plus a tour with Royal Blood.
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!
Slipknot has given us a number of awesome videos over the years. Here are ten of the best…
Apparently, it's the media's fault.
Five Finger Death Punch have lost a finger!
Lars Ulrich also really, really loves Apple products.
This edition features lots of low-end chugging, some atmospheric bliss, rocking good times, and not really much more. To the…
We kick things off getting a bit political, talking about the recent Donald Trump & Meryl Streep comments, and analyze…
Trevor from BLACK DAHLIA MURDER Recommends 22 Blasts Of Buttock Roasting Extreme Metal Heat for A Cold December
"I can only read about Metallica, Meshuggah, BabyMetal and Devin Townsend so much before I wonder if metal publications are even on the same planet as I am let alone in the same scene. How can so many great bands go constantly unnoticed?"
Lars said behind the scenes everybody would complain, but nobody went public.
Kid Interviews ANTHRAX's Scott Ian, Discusses The Walking Dead, Robert Dinero, And His Favorite Albums
Elliott Fullam and Little Punk People are back!
Howdy mutants, Trevor aka The Obituarist here to round of some of the finest releases in extreme music that I’ve…
For some, listening to metal began as an act of defiance or rebellion against parents, peers, etc. The distorted vocals, instrumentation, and nonconventional presentation in which the music was portrayed provided a platform for those who were unsatisfied or seeking more than the mainstream. It has been understood that black, death, grind, and a handful of other similar genres held the title of most radical paths of metal to explore, but I would argue that hardcore also took their place high on the extreme scale as of lately. While not relying on religious criticism or unfathomable tempos, Illinois-based Yüth Forever finds their musical extremism in the fusion of contrasting genres and rhythmical dissonance.
Hmmm… what could it be?
This editions features a lot of weird shit, the return of some kings, and more! To the metals…