On Psalms, Lorna Shore have created an air of pure evil that is poised to overcome even the most hardened listener.
If you're looking for a fun, catchy and fresh style of metal to jam to, I recommend buckling your seatbelt and delving into the decadent ride that is Wieder Geil!.
Indubitably and classically death metal, The Necrotic Manifesto features bone-breaking riffs, drumwork to send your heartbeat in a frenzy, and vocal stylings that are innately otherworldly from open to close.
If you get a chance to see Outre live, we hope you share a tall glass of Chivas Regal with Marcin Radecki, a fine bassist and whiskey connoisseur!
Overall, Monster House is a catchy breath of fresh air with lyrics that are sure to resonate with almost every listener.
The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus hit Columbus, OH's Park Street Saloon on April 4, 2015 and their set was engaging, energetic and an absolutely awesome time for all parties involved.
On their album Anomaly, Prices On Our Heads boast the dark, looming and thunderously heavy style of deathcore in the vein of 2008 Whitechapel.
In the past few weeks, this little indie band from a big city has quickly climbed the Billboard charts with their debut full-length, Our Own House.
We chatted with All That Remains' Phil Labonte about their Billboard charting LP The Order of Things, his bad guy reputation, and even got to hear a few funny stories from the road.
By going against the grain, and blatantly disregarding what is expected of their genre, Future User has set the bar for electronic-rock bands immensely high.
Guided by growling and raspy vocals, Pitworthy packs a punch. Catchy hooks, sonic riffage, and solos that Randy Rhodes would be smiling upon, permeate this record.
Beyond The Dust may have a shortage of originality, but that is not an irremediable quality and, in the future, I personally hope to see them put their own, unique spin on the genre.
Metalheads: take 15 minutes to appreciate this heavily-loaded EP, and support underground music in the process. Fresh off up and coming label Sorrow Carrier Records, this young Toronto band's EP will not disappoint.
Ironically, the first track is titled "This Probably Won't End Well," when in truth, The Order of Things is a highly developed album, flowing effortlessly, and captivating the listener from the start to the very end.
I have a strong feeling this independent band will be fighting off record labels with their instruments in light of this phenomenal premiere.
The album, as a whole, slays from start to finish. Sheer technical brutality and keen musical execution are responsible for skyrocketing Wretched into the realm of metal megastars.
Melding together hard rock, goth, and a grungy attitude, these Aussie rockers are well worthy of their band name.
Although their actions speak loudly, Upon A Burning Body is actually a fairly simple band. They brand themselves as Mexican gangsters from Texas, and this could not be better reflected in everything that they do, eccentric publicity stunts included.
We chatted with Wretched vocalist Adam Cody and guitarist Joel Moore during their New Jersey show at our favorite little rock venue, Dingbatz on Saturday December 27th.
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