Evanescence fans will be stoked to learn that the band is back with The Bitter Truth, their first album…
My Dying Bride, along with Paradise Lost and Anathema, formed the unholy triumvirate of ‘90s melancholy doom and created…
Hot on the heels of the release of the lengthy behind-the-scenes video for the making of “Your Broken Shore,”…
The ultra-talented King Diamond made a much-appreciated stop at the Comerica Theatre in Phoenix, Arizona last week for an immersive sound and stage production with no shortage of originality that played like a metal musical broadway.
Out November 15th via Century Media Records, Swedish metalheads Tribulation have created a live document that will stand the test of time with Alive & Dead at Södra Teatern.
Black Anima is the latest full-length from Lacuna Coil, as slated for an October 11th release via Century Media Records. Darren Paltrowitz spoke with the band’s vocalist Andrea Ferro regarding the new album, future plans, and Italian food in the U.S.
Further supporting her November 2nd, 2018 release, Genesis, Cecile Monique has just dropped an eerie music video for the album’s single “Break,” shot at Toronto’s The Imaginarium.
To give you something extremely exclusive, and unique to only industrial metal band Porn, the French musicians listed their Top 10 most controversial, or racy, music videos from artists they love.
With the new live music video for “Desastre,” Portugal’s dark metal pioneers Moonspell illustrate to you why they are one of Europe’s best live bands.
At the end of the day, Host (Remastered) is a decent listen. I just think, at least for me, Paradise Lost is best when they are pounding out the doomy riffs and growling at the listener.
Gothic and symphonic metal artist Cecile Monique is debuting the music video for her band’s cover of Rammstein’s “Reise, Reise”!
Currently in studio with famed producer Arnold Lanni, best known for his work with Our Lady Peace, Finger Eleven and Simple Plan, Canadian band Van Halst have offered an update from the studio.
On this new episode of WTF!?, Lacuna Coil vocalist Andrea Ferro tells us about an awkward moment at the Kerrang Awards involving Marilyn Manson.