In Hinduism, Kaliyuga is the fourth and present cycle of the world, often referred to as the dark age…
Having joined forces for the European Metal Alliance, the full line-up has now been announced for the August virual weekender. Get info here.
Human Target, which does not shy away from controversial subject matter, sees a return to form from Australia’s masters of deathcore, Thy Art Is Murder. This one is going to absolutely rip in a live setting.
Australia’s premiere incendiary musical export, Thy Art Is Murder, have released the brand new single “Death Perception”. The single comes ahead of UK dates with Parkway Drive in 2019.
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!
We caught up with Aussie metallers Thy Art Is Murder as they came to Boston on September 19th for an intimate show at the Brighton Music Hall.
Australian extreme metal band, Thy Art Is Murder, are streaming a brand new song called “No Absolution” in celebration of their reunion with vocalist C.J. McMahon.
Presented by: SLP Concerts and GameLoud Dates: Friday, May 20th – Sunday, May 22nd Location: Schaghticoke Fairgrounds…
Review by Aaron Tamachi and Jett White Photography by Aaron Tamachi www.rockstarmayhemfest.com Rockstar Energy Mayhem Festival barreled into Toronto’s…
Holy War is Thy Art Is Murder’s eagerly-awaited new album and, if you’re expecting anything other than bone-breaking, brain-splattering rage, you’re going to be sorely disappointed.
Australia’s incendiary extreme musical export, Thy Art Is Murder, has made their entire upcoming release, Holy War, available for streaming via YouTube – listen below!
By all accounts, the recent UK shows by Aussie bruisers Thy Art Is Murder were some of the most ear-splatteringly loud that the UK underground scene has experienced in a long time. Similarly, it doesn’t take long into the blood-curdling brutality of Hate opener “Reign Of Darkness” to realise what a dumb-as-fuck move missing those shows was. Okay, so Hate may be a fairly unsurprising listen but, Jesus, there is no denying the fact that these Aussie shredders know how to do heavy.