Japanese trio, Boris continues to promote their just-released new album, NO, and now have also unveiled a dystopian music…
Cages (New Age Records) packs a lot of brilliant, inspiring stuff into only thirteen minutes. Redbait is a profoundly important band, deep in the trenches of the post-industrial Midwest where the battle for America’s soul is taking place.
Call of The Void singer and guitarist, Patrick Alberts discusses his band’s new Translation Loss Records album, Buried In Light, transition from recent turbulence, and lessons learned via longevity.
Hate Force deliver a slow, heavy miasma of uncompromising aural punishment on their eponymous debut (Closed Casket Activities) that blends mid-tempo death metal with enough groove and hardcore elements to satisfy these camps, too.
Wardehns is a crust punk-infused, sludgy, thrashing, D-beat abusing metal group from the tiny town of Wausau, Wisconsin who recently released their debut album, Now Cometh the Foul. We spoke with the band about the album and their origins.
Doom, crust, dark, black, death metal. We’ve got it all for you here, packed into one punch with the exclusive premiere of metal supergroup Heads For The Dead’s brand new track “Post Mortem Suffering.”
If the artwork turns you off, this record was never intended for you. If you’re on board with it, then Pink Mass’ Necrosexual is one of the most invigorating and vital extreme metal records to be released in recent times.
If you’ve had even a passing interest in one of the most important heavy bands of the last 30 years, or just want to hear Neurosis playing very, very fast, go and check out Pain Of Mind.
As the June 15th release of ...And You Will Obey Me via Transcending Obscurity Records draws near, we’re stoked to debut the new song “Panopticon” from Swedish death metal supergroup Down Among The Dead Men!
Of Feather and Bone’s Bestial Hymns of Perversion is a strong effort and one to consider amongst the best death metal debuts of 2018.
Martydöd’s “War of Worlds” single sunk its hooks into us and continues to doll out goosebumps on every subsequent listen. Here’s why we think it’s the best song of 2018.
Under The Church’s latest for Pulverised Records, is a breath of fresh air for crust/punk/old-school death metal fans who can’t get enough of the style.
France’s Bind Torture Kill, a three-piece that sounds infinitely larger than their bass-less line-up presents.