Imperium Dekadenz are streaming “Still I Rise”, the second new track from their forthcoming new album Dis Manibvs which will be released on August 26th, 2016.
Following a four-day online scavenger hunt, Toronto’s critically lauded four-piece Tokyo Police Club have released their new track “Not My Girl”.
With Black Sabbath’s 2016 “The End Tour” launch now just a week away, comes exciting news about a new special limited edition CD – ‘The End’ – to be sold exclusively at shows on the legendary band’s massive worldwide final tour.
Amazingly, the first half of 2015 is already behind us. Over the course of the last six months, many impressive Metal albums featuring stunning cover artwork have come to light (just take glimpse at some of the graphics featured below).
We caught up via email with Ollie Baxxter, lead vocalist of the Richmond, Virginia-based pop-punk quintet Broadside, to learn more about this budding band.
Slayer. Live. What else needs to be said? It was dark and tough to shoot, but man-o-man was it a memorable performance.
Playing with Exodus and Slayer, the crossover thrash/punk kings, Suicidal Tendencies, got the crowd moving at The Forum in Inglewood, CA like few others can.
Per usual, Exodus brought the noise and raised their level of raging riffery to new heights, leaving people exhausted from rocking out!
2014 was an interesting year for Berlin-based artist, Eliran Kantor. His reputation as one of the world’s to-go Metal cover artists continued to grow thanks to his work for heavyweights like Iced Earth, Incantation.
The Flaming Lips were obviously one hell of a band to watch. All the glitter and lights add to an already amazing set.
Each one of our staff chose their fave and we compiled the selections, that’s this alphabetical list. What we, as a team, deem to be the 20 BEST Metal, Rock, Hardcore, Punk, etc. (LOUD MUSIC) albums 2014 had to offer! This is Part 2 of 2.
There is a lot of fuel left in the Slipknot tank. They are heavyweights in the metal game. The sound, set list, stage production, and performance they gave on closing night was in-fucking-credible.