The image and aesthetic of black metal has always been an integral element of the notorious genre and its…
When South African stoner/sludge prime-movers Ruff Majik released their Tårn (read our review here) album in 2019, it signalled…
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.
In the latest edition of our continued Top 10 series, Century Media-signed heavy metal band Witherfall give us their “Ten Best Album Covers According to Witherfall,” including King Diamond, Led Zeppelin and Type O Negative.
Songs for the Dead Live, out January 25, 2019 on Metal Blade Records, is the ultimate treat for King Diamond fans and an absolute must-have. Do not miss this one!
In many ways, A New Kind of Horror is the aptest of titles – a new spin on an old topic. There’s no chance that either Anaal Nathrakh or humanity are done with their destruction yet. Out now on Metal Blade Records.
While metal pioneers King Diamond and Exodus successfully wrapped up the “Abigail” tour in late 2015, fans are still raging on about how great the performances were.
Review by Aaron Tamachi and Jett White Photography by Aaron Tamachi www.rockstarmayhemfest.com Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival barreled into Toronto’s…
Dreams of Horror is a timeless collection of larger-than-life tracks hand-picked by his majesty of horror, King Diamond himself. This is an essential album for any heavy metal fan looking to rediscover their nightmarish origins, or for younger metalheads looking to uncover the bloody roots of their beloved genre.
Death metal, black metal, heavy metal, call it what you want, King Diamond played to a sold-out crowd in NY, and whatever you want to categorize his music as, plain and simple… it’s great.
Arriving on site, we’re greeted by a troop of knights marching towards the VIP entrance. However, this is Bloodstock so we expect no less. The UK’s premier metal festival returns with a line-up that is a heavy metal fans wet dream, but there is a long way to go until thrash titans Slayer bring the festival to a thunderous finale on Sunday night. Day one of Bloodstock Open Air opens up with Municipal Waste, Dark Funeral and headliner King Diamond amongst the acts to grace the stage.