Ever been curious to know what’s actually inside Thor’s Toolbox? Well, thanks to the Invercargill, New Zealand-based instrumental prog rock/metal trio Filth Wizard, you’re about to find out!
Daniel Flygh, guitarist for the Norwegian doom/sludge metal band Burn The Man, shares his thoughts on his top gear, including his impressive pedal board and Traynor YBA-1 amp.
The Tasmanian devils, Psycroptic, are back with a new molten slab of technical death metal – As the Kingdom Drowns, out November 9th on Prosthetic Records – that is guaranteed to melt your face, make your ears bleed, and have you begging for more.
Manchester’s Rebellion Bar saw a three-band bill headlined by Vodun treat fans to everything from sludge metal to melodic doom rock. Check out the photos here.
Desertfest organisers have released details of the first seven acts who will be descending upon London next May to make Desertfest’s 8th year the biggest event to date.
My Dying Bride have issued a statement regarding their concert cancellations last year and news of new music from the band. Read more here.
For a three-piece, Conan still makes a hell of a racket. Existential Void Guardian drops like a rock via Napalm Records.
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 we were to describe Mantar’s new Nuclear Blast release The Modern Art of Setting Ablaze in terms of baseball, we would say that they emphatically knocked it out of the park. It’s searingly brutal.
New Brunswick’s doom duo Zaum have shared a new music video for “The Enlightenment” from their sophomore full-length record Eidolon.
New Brunswick’s doom duo Zaum have announced some upcoming Canadian tour dates in Ontario and Quebec.
There’s a greater darkness at work on Doomed’s 6 Anti-Odes To Life, as funeral doom adds another superb band to its roster.
Weed Demon have shown themselves to be a very competent stoner band – even if that description sells them a bit short – and Astrological Passages sets just the right tone.