James Sherwin from math metal project Catercorner picks eight bands pushing the boundaries of heavy music.
Medford, Oregon’s masters of partycore, Steaksauce Mustache have confirmed a spring U.S. tour supporting Okilly Dokilly.
Hailing from the hot, sun-battered state of Texas is The Sound That Ends Creation, a one-man technical math/grindcore project from the mind of Chris Dearing. Check the new single “When God Put Teeth In Your Mouth, He Ruined A Perfectly Good Asshole.”
The wait is almost over for loyal Omega Diatribe fans! With a new album on the horizon, we’re debuting the lyric video and brand new single “Spinal Cord Fusion”!
Ahead of the release of new album /// on April 7th, Belgian math metallers have released new song “Childbreaker” for free.
With Omega Diatribe’s heavy grooves and polirhytmic elements, we’re pleased to offer a download of “Molecular Torsion,” the first of the Iapetus tracks to have been remastered.
We recently caught up with the Hungarian extreme groove metal quintet, Omega Diatribe, and put them through a seriously funny round of Metal or Not?.
Dillinger Escape Plan are bowing out with Dissociation, the final chapter of a twenty year career and one that brings their genre-fucking back catalogue to a natural conclusion. Read our review here…
Into mathcore and/or aggressive post-hardcore? If yes, you MUST check out Broward County, Florida quartet FERO LUX. In this exclusive, frontman David Paul shares with us his Top 10 favourite songs with unusual time signatures.
Today fans can check out the premiere of not 1 but 2 songs from the Budapest, Hungary-based extreme groove metal quintet, Omega Diatribe – listen here!
If you don’t mind listening to something you’ve probably heard elsewhere, the new EP from Italian math-metal chaps Days Of Collapse will be right up your alley.
We’re stoked to once again partner up with Budapest, Hungary-based metallers, Omega Diatribe, for a free song download. Grab “Abstract Ritual” now!
Beyond The Dust may have a shortage of originality, but that is not an irremediable quality and, in the future, I personally hope to see them put their own, unique spin on the genre.
Meshuggah has had such an incredible influence on modern metal. This EP is a remastered release of their 2004 EP, I, which according to their drummer Tomas Haake, was written first as a jam session that was later rehashed and tracked. It’s 21 minutes of groove and polyrhythms that will make your vertebrae bob on different beats.