It’s been a long time since some of us dabbled in diablo, the esoteric, or quantum physics, but the…
Returning London extreme metal band, Dripback, delve deep into their record collections to pick ten death metal classics for us. See what they picked here.
Coffin Birth by Extremity is a genuinely confident, powerful, thought-out example of death worship, and one that’s unquestionably worthy of your time.
Legendary death metal group Morbid Angel have announced a spring U.S. tour that will begin on April 16th. The tour will run through to May 17th and will include a headlining set at the New England Metal & Hardcore Fest.
U.S. thrash metal band Green Death are streaming their new song “Gates of Hell” featuring former Morbid Angel vocalist David Vincent.
On July 29, 2014 the Summer Slaughter Tour came to the State Theatre located in St. Petersburg, Florida. Coincidentally, this year’s headliners were local boys, Morbid Angel. With 30 years on their resume, they’ve helped to create and redefine the foundations of death metal as we know it. That night, song after song, (including “Rapture,” “Where The Slime Lives” and “Existo Vulgoré”) they crushed the rest of the fest’s line up which included bands of the caliber of Dying Fetus and Origin, to name a few.
Underrated F*cking Albums is a series we’re running on, well, albums we think are fucking underrated. Sure, some of you might totally disagree with us, in fact, you might think we’re absolutely retarded for thinking these releases merit even a smidgen of your precious time. Well we don’t care. These are our opinions and we’re entitled to them, plus we’re big and bearded and are willing to fist fight to the death to honour the music we love… well, maybe 1 or 2 of us. The rest of us are kinda wimpy, so please be nice and don’t pound us. Either way, check this shit from: Limp Bizkit, Morbid Angel, and Viking Skull.