There’s a greater darkness at work on Doomed’s 6 Anti-Odes To Life, as funeral doom adds another superb band to its roster.
Coffin Birth by Extremity is a genuinely confident, powerful, thought-out example of death worship, and one that’s unquestionably worthy of your time.
Pusha T calls out Drake on his track “The Story of Adidon”, accusing the rapper of secretly fathering a “love child” with French Adult Film Star Sophie Brussaux... Life is starting to feel like one long Maury episode.
Saddened by the recent passing of Vinnie Paul, we wanted to convey in this piece the comfort of knowing he was joining his brother Dimebag Darrell in heaven.
If you’ve had even a passing interest in one of the most important heavy bands of the last 30 years, or just want to hear Neurosis playing very, very fast, go and check out Pain Of Mind.
Weed Demon have shown themselves to be a very competent stoner band – even if that description sells them a bit short - and Astrological Passages sets just the right tone.
Fans will be glad to hear that Drawn and Quartered continue their steady gait of quality releases with the latest, The One Who Lurks, out soon on Krucyator Productions.
Vans Warped Tour’s metal, rock, punk, and hardcore acts are storming the Mutant Red Dawn and Mutant White Lightning stages this summer. Here are 6 bands you don’t want to miss!
In Volume 5 of our fictional horror-themed series of short stories, MUSIC HELL -- from author Michael Aronovitz and illustrator Nicholas Stewart McIvor -- Halestorm attempt to stave off a “Dream-Fever”.
Out on Rottweiler Records, Taking the Head of Goliath’s self-titled debut makes you want to ball your fists up and punch walls, kick the cat, and, if listening in your car, bang you head on the steering wheel.
Dramatic and infectious, Crossing Eternity’s debut The Rising World, out via Rockshots Records, is an impressive yet humbling experience for even the most jaded music listener.
This record is living proof that artists like Trent Reznor are willing to push the envelope, experiment and push the boundaries of what is considered the norm in any genre of music.
UK rock n' rollers Concrete Kingdoms are no strangers to touring. With this in mind, we asked the rising rockers to give a unique insight to most under-rated venues throughout the UK.
Though it’s unlikely anyone who has come this far with Hundredth will be taken aback by Ultrarare’s tangential direction, it’s still magnificent to see a band break with their past so boldly.
Khemmis have achieved a fine balance between the swaggering melodic styles and thunderous rhythms of Iron Maiden and the abyssal emotional depths of YOB on Desolation, bringing the listener an album that feels confident and assured.
Supporting the debut full-length album, Pulling Teeth, which dropped on June 22nd, lead singer Stef w/ an F offers an exclusive track-by-track breakdown of the ten new songs by Minneapolis, MN's City of the Weak.
Fans who love Swedish death metal might have some remote interest, but there’s little about The Great Desolation that brings anything special to Swedeath in 2018.
Out on Rottweiler Records this Friday the 13th(!), R.A.I.D’s debut record, The Strong Survive, is a fantastic mix of metallic hardcore that blends high-energy tempos, hammering drums and massive, catchy riffs.
Northern Chaos Gods may be a “safe” album, playing purely to the strengths of the Immortal legacy, but don’t take it as a negative criticism: this is still a monster of a record.
PureGrainAudio is delighted to be teaming up with Musical Universe, in association with Cambridge University, to bring you a massive metal survey!