Denver, Colorado’s black metal group, Wayfarer, confirms a December U.S. winter tour with Alberta, Calgary’s extreme metal outfit WAKE.
It’s been only two years, but it feels even longer since I delved into Colorado-based black metal outfit Wayfarer’s…
Denver’s Dreadnought stole the show at their tour closer at Kansas City’s The Riot Room, supporting their latest release, Emergence. Openers Gravelord and Existem got the energy flowing with heavy riffs and good vibes.
By exposing her hurt, Kristin Hayter aka Lingua Ignota reassures others who have similarly suffered. Out via Profound Lore Records on July 19th, her new album CALIGULA is a fucking masterpiece.
Of Feather and Bone’s Bestial Hymns of Perversion is a strong effort and one to consider amongst the best death metal debuts of 2018.
Dylan Walker of extreme grind machine Full of Hell, decided to forgo the usual album-related Q&A and opted for our Purely Provocative interview, discussing vomit, blood, showering and vampires.
Extreme tour grind machine Full Of Hell bring forth a concentrated grinding blast of near-perfection for their latest long anticipated masterwork Trumpeting Ecstacy.
Psalm Zero is streaming the song “Pay Tomorrow”, the first single from the band’s second LP, Stranger To Violence.
Witch Mountain was born in Portland, Oregon in 1997, the doom rock creation of Sunn0))) collaborator Nate Carson and Rob Wrong. The band released their debut …Come The Mountain to critical acclaim in 2001 and toured with the likes of Isis, Yob, Clutch, Agalloch, Electric Wizard, Unsane and plenty more. Soon after, the band fell silent before bursting back into effect in 2009, this time with the stunning vocal addition of Uta Plotkin for the release of South Of Salem – garnering the analogy that Witch Mountain were what Black Sabbath would sound like if fronted by Janis Joplin.
Atma is the newest release from doom metal masters Yob and this disc should come with a warning label informing listeners that there’s a real risk of having their skulls bashed in by the distorted, metallic pounding. The monstrously heavy, slow burning collection of tunes begs to be played loud; very loud. As such, the risk increases exponentially as the volume increases; the insane, low-end and booming bass might very well melt everything in its path, including the speaker cones.