Loathe and Holding Absence team up for split EP, This is as One, but do the band’s two sounds complement each other? Or is this as two?
Australian thrash metallers Desecrator have released a music video for new single “BrainScan” to coincide with the release of their debut album To The Gallows.
Birmingham, UK’s Oceans Ate Alaska is streaming their debut full-length album Lost Isles a week ahead of its February 24th release date. Fans can stream Lost Isles in its entirety via YouTube just below.
I was turned on to Allegaeon a few years ago and I immediately became a huge fan of their super-technical, melodic death metal assault. I have been looking forward to getting my hands on Elements of the Infinite and was quite excited to sit down and give this one a listen.
Led in large by the fret board wizardry of lead guitarist Chris Green, the modern, melodic hard rock/metal band that is Rubicon Cross are currently touring in support of their latest, self-titled recording. Released on May 19, 2014, Rubicon Cross features 10 brand new songs each unique and jammed with pure rock-metal power! So as to learn more about the album, Green chatted with us in detail about some of the key gear he used while recording.
“Execution”, the first single off the upcoming release, Wretched, by San Jose-based metalers, Desecrator, is an unbelievably heavy, molten slab of metal. The bone-crushing riffs and steady groove provide the perfect canvass for Sid Frankosky’s guttural, at times shrieking, vocals resulting in a tune that is akin to taking a battering ram upside the head.
There’s a new sound exploding out of Calgary, Alberta’s rising metal scene, Every Hour Kills is the new modern melodic metal band featuring ex-Divinity guitarist Sacha Laskow, bassist Brent Stutsky (Breach of Trust), drummer Rob Shawcross (ex- Out Of Your Mouth) along with vocalist Jerrod Maxwell-Lyster (Walk As Chaos, Out of Your Mouth, Autobody).
We’re stoked to have partnered with folk metal mavericks Krampus to follow up the release of their groundbreaking and controversial new track “Paralysis” with yet another free song, “Butterflies on Fire”.
Italy’s folk metal heroes Krampus have just posted a free download of their blistering new single “Paralysis”. The track has received broad reactions and caused quite a bit of controversy among fans of both the band and the genre.
The modern hard rock outfit SoulSwitch had a great 2012 and proved that they are not just another band in an overcrowded genre. Their EP, As It Seems, has been out about a year now and is still receiving critical acclaim. They band also filmed videos, wrote new music and embarked on their first-ever U.S. tour last Summer. Recently guitarist Jimmy Kwong sat down to answer a few questions about the band, their EP and more. Here’s how the conversation went.
Italian modern folk metal outfit Krampus have just launched a brand new homepage (www.krampusfolk.com), released a brand new trailer for their upcoming album Survival of the Fittest, AND released their first single, “Kronos’ Heritage”.