Somewhere between Municipal Waste, Infest, and Nausea, Dead End is a sure fire blend of bloody grind and gruesome crust.
Want heavy helpings of mid-tempo moshing and blasting black metal? Look no further than Lord of Pagathorn's latest full-length album, Daimono Philia, released by Woodcut Records.
If you are a fan of behind-the-scenes info and/or you are a sick and twisted voyeur of sorts, than this book is for you.
Culture II just might be able to challenge the popularity of Culture I with its diversity of well-designed beats.
Hawkeyes are a musical treasure. Their live shows are not a regular occurrence - which makes them a thing of celebration amongst their converts, many of whom tend to show up repeatedly when they play.
It is hard to believe that after 34 years Anthrax, the NYC-based thrash metal pioneers, are still performing and releasing records.
Toronto/South African artist Zaki Ibrahim delivers on the promise of her 2012 Polaris Prize short-listed debut with a strong collection of retro-style songs.
Doc Martens, big glasses and short haircuts predominated at Diet Cig's January 30th show at The Garrison with Lala Lala and The Spook School.
If you are a fan of well-produced, ass kicking rock and roll than Viva La Rock is for you.
Doom Side of the Moon are back with an Encore, and better than before.
Post-metal visionaries A Light Within are signalling the conclusion of their three-part conceptual body of work with the release of Epilogue.
Abigor's Höllenzwang is a harrowing journey of a record - running the gamut from frostbitten graveside dirges to blistering calls to war.
Pacifisticuffs is a phenomenally creative record, albeit a bit obscure but with playing that will absolutely blow your mind; this is one talented group of musicians.
It's an emotionally-charged story that dives head first into how the band dealt with their final tour after lead singer Gord Downie was diagnosed with incurable brain cancer.
In celebration of the harder roots of PureGrainAudio
-- and its recent acquisition of BrokenAmp.com
-- here are 5 music videos which perfectly integrate metal and LEGO for maximum fun!
In Volume 2 of our new fictional horror-themed series of short stories, MUSIC HELL -- from author Michael Aronovitz and illustrator Nicholas Stewart McIvor -- Electric Wizard find themselves in a deadly game with "The Eliminator".
Bloodshot Dawn deliver a set packed with speedy technical melodeath, in good death metal company.
It's a bittersweet swan song from a cherished Canadian band that's as iconic to us as they are respected, but a beautiful send-off nonetheless.
Machine Head's Catharsis takes a while to grow - not least because it's a lengthy slab - but it's worth the patience.
Witchcryer's debut record, Cry Witch, brings you doom just how you like it - laced with riffs, riffs, and more riffs.