We caught up with Sannhet guitarist John Refano to discuss their latest album, So Numb, out via Profound Lore.
Metal-Archives.com shared a photo which prompted us to look a little closer at the wacky-but-awesome community of Europeans Metalheads.
Ottawa’s Loviatar issued their debut, self-titled album worldwide via Prosthetic Records and they chimed in on the music and more!
Overall, there’s quite a bit of promise demonstrated, but also lots of room for growth, which is bodes encouragingly well for the future.
Outsider sounds brighter, more energized and covers a broader spectrum of sound.
The musicianship is there, as is a decent amount of recklessness, but all that gets neutered by the fact that Top Dollar lacks the sonic oomph to take them to the next level.
Definitely a record listeners will discover new elements on with every spin.
Inter Arma are in no rush to get anywhere fast, but we're fine with that if the end result is something as glorious as their new album Paradise Gallows. Read our review here...
Six Feet Under has done this before. And it's too bad they're doing it again.
"Tides" is the title track from Therapy?'s new EP Tides and goddamn is it a good one!
On February 27, 2016 metal bands Sacrifice, Macabre, Goatwhore and Panzerfaust helped to make the Inertia Entertainment 20th Anniversary Show a perfectly-memorable event.
There are healthy helpings of ferocity throughout Borknagar's Century Media release Winter Thrice where the guitars take center stage.
On Voivod's latest Post Society EP, via Century Media, there exists more thought-provoking meat on the bone than most bands offer over the course of a career. As usual.
With their newest album The Direction of Last Things, it’s clear that Intronaut has managed to keep things steeped in a progressively conglomerate world.
The fact remains, Ghostlimb write killer songs steeped in a unique brand of melodic chaos and the tracks on Difficult Loves are no exception.
Surely, it’s crushing, fast as fuck and pounds like a tenderizer on a t-bone, but at the same time the vast majority of it goes in one ear and out the other before dissipating into the hazy horizon.
As Rivers of Nihil guitarist Brody Uttley details in this interview, the band's progression hasn't been without learning opportunities, hiccups and a shit-ton of rookie mistakes.
Killing Joke's latest release, Pylon, continues the band's grand tradition of quality.
Slaves Beyond Death, is an expansion of previous works which heralds lengthier songs, more dynamic song structures, varied tempos and a springboard into a new deep end by vocalist Neil McAdams.
The Golden Veil, the newest release from Chapel Hill, North Carolina band, Make, is an enveloping listen for those with time and patience in their stores.