Irish quartet Conjurer has become one of the bright hopes for British metal. Read our thoughts on their new album ‘Páthos’ here.
The Icelandic solo black/death metal project Show Me Wolves has unveiled a new single titled “Silence of the frail mind.”
Australian death metal trio Werewolves are back with ‘From the Cave to the Grave,’ thirty more minutes of unrelenting, bile-drenched hate.
A chat with Tokyo resident Yasuyuki Suzuki of both Abigail and Barbatos fame. Learn about the new Hells Headbangers re-releases, Japanese metal and work ethic.
Black Void’s take on the blackened crust meld of black metal and crust punk is a refined entry that earns their new album ‘Antithesis’ (Nuclear Blast) its moniker.
The Dark Alamorté weave an epic tale of loneliness and anger on their brutal new album ‘Lunacrium Thepsis.’ Read our review here.
Metal legends Behemoth have announced details of their twelfth studio album so read all about it here as you check out their new single.
San Diego black metal crew, Mythraeum have taken home the gold medal at this year’s Wacken Metal Battle USA finals.
The Insatiable Necrosexual comic is just as batshit as fans could hope for. It’s an appeal to a very specific crowd who are all already in on the joke.
Trivium frontman Matt Heafy unleashes ‘Rashomon,’ the first fruits of his black metal project Ibaraki; as dramatic and thought-provoking as it is unrelentingly violent.
A hurricane of extreme metal hit Toronto’s Rebel nightclub when Behemoth, Arch Enemy, Napalm Death, and Unto Others came to town. Check out Andrew Hartl’s coverage.
Agnes Vein’s ‘Deathcall’ is a rare breed, with cross-genre appeal for death, doom and black metal listeners in its sludge-fuelled songwriting.
‘The Agony & Ecstasy of Watain’ is the dingiest, most elaborate and most ambitious expression of darkness yet from Swedish stalwarts Watain.
Mixing up hateful grindcore with black metal fury, Heriot’s new EP, ‘Profound Morality,’ is twenty minutes of disturbing ferocity.