Florida death metal icons, Deicide, along with Origin, Jungle Rot and The Absence, tore through Club Red in Mesa, Arizona with a mix of brutality and high energy.
It’s back! Yes, that’s correct, Western Canada’s Armstrong Metal Fest is returning for yet another year and they have announced the full lineup along with all the festival details
It’s not perfect, but as far as technical death metal goes, you probably won’t listen to much better this year.
Finnish progressive metal quartet Oddland, continue to support the release of their sophomore album, Origin, and are now offering a unique, acoustic take on their song “Unknown”.
It seems that despite the so-called, current ‘supremacy’ of the digital format, album covers still matter – at least in the world of Metal music. Both bands and graphic artists keep producing arresting imagery to accompany and enhance (visually and conceptually) the power of the recordings being released daily. Here’s the third chapter of this miniseries exploring some of those amazing album covers. Let’s discover what those involved with their creation had to say…
Technical death metal giants Origin are streaming their entire new album Omnipresent ahead of its release date (which will be on July 4th in Europe via Agonia Records and July 8th in North America via Nuclear Blast). The stream is available via SoundCloud and can be found just above.
Genre defining technical death metal giants, Origin, have released a brand new track entitled “Manifest Desolate” from their upcoming album, Omnipresent, which will be released on July 8th. Omnipresent was recorded with longtime producer/engineer Robert Rebeck at Chapman Recording in Lenexa, KS. The album was mixed and mastered at Menegroth – The Thousand Caves with Colin Marston.