Out via Season Of Mist, Nug So Vile is simply another fantastic death metal album from Cannabis Corpse that will raise your horns, and the THC level in your bloodstream.
With their latest EP The Last Rager (Nuclear Blast Records), Municipal Waste deliver a decent, albeit unfulfilling teaser of perhaps what’s to come from them on their next full-length record.
It’s not all Bad News these days; Virginia-based singer-songwriter Graham Stone unveiled the premiere of his new music video for the single “Oh Hell” and it’s awesome!
Last year’s The Blood Of Gods album via Metal Blade Records aside, we focus on all things food, plus the GWARbar, in this interview with Blöthar of GWAR.
We had the pleasure of doing some Q&A with Spooky Cool’s lead singer Zac Hryciak about the group’s new EP Every Thing Ever, the music scene in the band’s hometown of Richmond, Virginia, and Zac’s other hobbies.
It is hard to believe that after 34 years Anthrax, the NYC-based thrash metal pioneers, are still performing and releasing records.
Heavy indie rock powerhouse Spooky Cool have recently released a live video for their anthemic track “Black Wine”.
Pierce The Veil is undoubtedly enjoying themselves onstage and that vibe carried through the venue – it was impossible to watch show and not thoroughly enjoy it!
I was really looking forward to seeing this show as it sounded like an absolutely killer line-up. I had never heard of Stolen Babies prior to this show, but all of the rest of the bands are fantastic, so I was excited to head to downtown Vancouver to see what was one of the best line-ups I have ever had the opportunity of seeing live (Stolen Babies, Paradise Lost, and co-headliners Katatonia and Devin Townsend).
Over the years I’ve had the opportunity to see metal band Prong on a few different occasions and I’ve always enjoyed them immensely. It had been a while since I saw them last though, and as such it was on this night that I set out to catch them in action once again. As expected, I was not disappointed at all. From the first note of the opening song, “For Dear Life”, font man Tommy Victor and the rest of the trio owned the stage, treating the nearly sold out crowd to a high energy show that had them singing along and pumping their fists in the air.