Having birthed a beloved progressive metal concept album in 2018’s ‘Where Owls Know My Name,’ Rivers of Nihil beat down any confinements of genre in their more experimental and personal follow-up ‘The Work,’ out September 24 via Metal Blade Records.
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Blending more modern progressive death metal with elements of techdeath traditionalism such as Necrophagist, Pennsylvania’s Alustrium are poised to…
August 7th sees the release of Violent Portraits of Doomed Escape (read our thoughts on the album here), Black…
After what’s felt like a very long four-year wait since 2016’s acclaimed Selves We Cannot Forgive, Black Crown Initiate…
Rivers of Nihil, currently meandering across North America supporting their Metal Blade release, Where Owls Know My Name, seriously messed up Mesa, AZ’s Club Red with Entheos, Conjurer, and Wolf King.
To celebrate all their new albums, Rivers of Nihil, Alterbeast and Inferi launched a nationwide tour to kick start things. We caught the madness and it was awesome!
Throwing a saxophone in for the sake of it doesn’t make a technical death metal record automatically better, as Burial in the Sky, unfortunately, found out with their latest release, Creatio Et Hominus.
Six bands hit the stage at Revolution in Amityville NY, on April 22nd, 2018, and it was a six-hour night of extreme metal thanks to Necrophia, Sanction, Enterprise Earth, Rivers of Nihil, and co-headliners Thy Art is Murder and Dying Fetus.
Currently wrapping up their U.S. tour, Rivers of Nihili are already ready to head back out on the road again in early summer.
We got to Club Red in Mesa, AZ and received a massive pummelling from Dying Fetus, Thy Art is Murder, Rivers of Nihil and Enterprise Earth!
Rivers of Nihil have released a stream of the title track from their third full-length Where Owls Know My Name.
Rivers of Nihil have released the track “A Home” from their third full-length Where Owls Know My Name.