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Germany’s Nightslug gets it done on Loathe. The band’s third recorded installment is a gritty drag through Sludgy Doom and Hardcore with enough aural toxicity to even make fans of Buzzov*en question what they’ve been doing with their lives.
Chuck Billy, Steve Zetro Souza and Marcos Leal Discuss the Dark Roots of Thrash II Tour Interviews by Mike…
Cheshire, UK quintet, This is Turin, offering exclusive full album stream of “proficient yet fucking heavy” technical metal debut album, Cercis.
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On their latest album, Manchester brutalists Ingested serve up a delicious feast of slamming death metal the likes of which is very rarely heard in the UK.
I recently had a chance to speak with the guys in the UK-based glam/sleaze rock act, Lovebite. The band, who are still gigging off their debut album, Lock ‘N’ Load, took a moment to answer some of our more down and dirty questions.
Gatineau, QC death, doom and sludge duo Norilsk are offering fans a FREE download of “Potsdam Glo”, the second track released from their upcoming debut EP Japetus, due out on July 22nd.
I recently had a moment to speak with Matt Tybor (aka The Bunny) of the experimental, electro hardcore act, The Bunny The Bear. The band recently released their newest offering, The Food Chain, and are currently on the road in support thereof. Here is how the conversation went.
Is being predictable a good thing or a bad thing when it comes to metal? Look at the metalcore scenes, the glut of deathcore bands, in fact, any scene that produces a success story or two usually ends up with a whole league of run-of-the-mill bands who do nothing but churn out second rate versions of their influences. On the other hand, in the case of the gore metal scene, predictability can be a good thing as is the case with Bristol stalwarts Amputated.
Brazilian death/thrash metal band Hate Handles have posted three songs from the forthcoming album on their SoundCloud page. Die In Hands of Believers, the band’s debut album, is being recorded in Estúdio Nitro, and being produced by the band along with Roger Fingle (Blood Tears, Seduced by Suicide).
The 3-Disc deluxe reissue of Death’s landmark, genre-defining album, Spiritual Healing is currently streaming online – listen LISTEN BELOW! Originally released in 1990, Spiritual Healing marked a new turn in the Death discography, one which ushered in cleaner production, a new level of boundary pushing musicianship and songwriting skills that were previously unimaginable from a metal band.