Lamb of God have posted another taster from their upcoming self-titled return on June 19 in the form of new video “New Colossal Hate”.
According to Lamb of God frontman D. Randall Blythe, “If all you pay attention to is catastrophe, then soon…
Ahead of the release of their crushing new album, For The Sick, Red Method spoke about the comparisons to Slipknot, chaotic live shows and the album.
Quadra, out now via Nuclear Blast Records, is the Sepultura album for which we’ve all been waiting, and its strength lies in the meditative alchemy brewed by a band that still has so much to offer.
When it comes to hardcore, metalcore and groove metal, perhaps no other city embodies the character of these genres better than New York. Taking this to heart, groove metallers Fear Is Dead are today debuting their brand new single “Assimilation.”
US groove-metallers Incite are hitting the UK at the weekend for a full UK tour so, ahead of the dates, we spoke to Richie Cavalera about touring the UK in winter, new guitarist Eli and Christmas with the Cavalera’s. Read on…
Composed of former members of My Own Victim and the regional force known as Surviving Thalia, SwWxP are capable of finding that sweet spot in between heavy metal and hard rock with “Fallen Angel,” the first single off their debut album Trans Am Jams.
UK metal wrecking crew State of Deceit are ready to stamp their mark on the UK metal scene starting with our exclusive premiere of their new video “Vengeance”.
In a well-rounded interview, Mike Bax speaks with HELLYEAH bassist Kyle Sanders about the band’s new Eleven Seven album Welcome Home, the late great Vinnie Paul, and much more.
You read that correctly; we have a “Monstrous” music video premiere for you courtesy of Michigan thrash/groove metal band Nagazi. The song is taken from their latest EP Unleashed, something you should hear right now!
Ukrainian progressive groove metal band Jinjer brought The Browning along to Club Red in Mesa, Arizona in promotion of their third, Napalm Records album Macro and it was an all-around excellent performance.
Hometown metal heroes Jonestown laid waste to Brighton’s The Hope & Ruin, supported superbly by In Fear They Follow, Deference, and Ariandelle.
This month’s 190 Proof artist, Scattered Hamlet bring the southern rock groove and outlaw country attitude in equal measures – bald eagles and Harleys at the ready!