The original version was deemed "too brutal" by WWE.
Wolves in the Throne Room have had their fair share of both admirers and detractors, with many in the metal community…
Five tracks, all the blackened.
Via Adult Swim, of all places.
The United States is about to get blackened.
Black metal in the throne room once more, and it's under 5 minutes long!
Is WITTR returning to black metal?
With some clean vocals!
It's like The Mars Volta, but heavier and less incoherent.
Good djenty. None of that early 2010s nonsense.
Bad Wolves is either four guys or five guys. We're not sure.
Getting lost in the cold sludge and droning environments of Ire Wolve's Heirs.
It's pretty straightforward black metal.
One of the United States' most important Black Metal bands is re-releasing their influential debut album and hitting the road in support.
Today, Diadem of 12 Stars makes for a very interesting listen. Not just due to the passage of time, but because of the difference between how this band was perceived and how they actually sounded.
Maybe a new album in 2016? That, or 2017.
Unlike other contemporary bands who have proven willing to cuckold their more fundamentalist fans by not remaining steadfast to the locked-in-amber ethos of Norwegian black metal, Wolves in the Throne Room have gotten off fairly light. Whereas the likes of Opeth and Liturgy take increasing shovelfuls of shit for turning their backs on all but the most ornamental of BM tropes, WITTR have never greatly deviated from the high velocity, blast-beat-as-canvas song structure of the traditionalist bent.
THE WEEKLY INJECTION: New Releases From JUDAS PRIEST, GOATWHORE, WOLVES IN THE THRONE ROOM and More Out Today - 7/8
This week's edition features one of the oldest groups of metal fucks out there, black metal gone ambient, Goatwhore going Goatwhore and…