The Great Collapse is riddled with stark social commentary and observations of the world today – violent, angry, fragmented.
If you haven’t had a chance to see Carnifex yet, they are still on tour in the U.S. through March and will be in Europe this summer. Their talent, passion and pure brutality are unparalleled.
Interview with Lorna Shore guitarist Adam De Micco wherein we delve below the surface of Flesh Coffin into their philosophy behind the music, as well as pop music, and their riff on today’s metal scene.
Culminating with the chanting of "we are dead inside," Flesh Coffin will leave you completely chilled to the bone.
Even before pressing play, it is apparent that From Rise To Ruin will be a dark and menacing experience from the artwork alone.
A man of many talents, William Control displays those on his new EP, The Pale. Read our review here...
Something Wrong Here could very well be the soundtrack for the next Nightmare On Elm Street installation. There is no shortage of ominous vibes or heavy metallic beats, and REZZ keeps it volatile throughout.
Twelve albums into their career and you'd expect The 69 Eyes to be trying something a little more daring. Have they? Read our review to find out...
The song is a fresh, emotive and daring move for Young the Giant, and hopefully a foreshadowing of the rest of Home Of The Strange.
If "Well of Despair" is any indication, Skeletonwitch’s upcoming EP is going to be outrageous!
Perhaps no festival caters to a breed more unique than GWARBQ—the unapologetically grossest and strangest gathering of the summer, six-years running.
With Drift, ERRA is well positioned to break through and enter the next big stage of their career as a band.
If you have a hard time wrapping your head around the fact that a glam rock band is thriving in the year 2016, listen to the song "Hot Fudge".
"Even When The Sun Goes Down" is an infectious, riff-heavy three and a half minute taste of music that will grab your attention and not let go
Unlike many of AntropomorphiA’s successors in the scene, Necromantic Love Songs' execution feels effortless, natural and compulsory.
Tennessee’s The Giant & The Tailor are probably one of the realest, most honest bands I have heard in a while.
Japanese band Church of Misery has an unholy affinity with serial killers, and a distinct sound that channels Black Sabbath, if Master of Reality was performed with a chainsaw.
Novallo’s lead guitarist and producer, Gino Bambino, recently took the time to answer a few questions about some of the band’s key gear.
Mad Trapper breathe new life into the hardcore scene with their ETID inspired chaotic darkness. Read our review here.
On Psalms, Lorna Shore have created an air of pure evil that is poised to overcome even the most hardened listener.