Blood of Serpents presents their second full-length, Sulphur Sovereign (Non Serviam Records), and it’s a monster: uncompromising and heavier than a thermos of Mercury, typically Swedish death/thrash influenced black metal.
We need to put more emphasis on the “care” in Healthcare and stop treating it as such a business. More and more, pharma and doctors are starting to resemble the drug dealers on the street, where priority #1 is to sell-sell-sell and the consumer becomes less of a concern.
Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #5 celebrates 1958’s Vertigo released via Paramount Pictures.
Blending the best of post-hardcore and metalcore into their own raucous sound, New Hampshire quartet Letting Go share their track-by-track thoughts on each of Something To Me’s ten Jay Maas-produced tracks.
The whole of Steelfactory is a thrill ride almost from start to finish, clean cut and well-oiled – just like a steel factory should be. UDO’s new record drops via AFM Records.
Cincinnati, Ohio’s rock n’ roll supergroup Cool Life (featuring members of Foxy Shazam, The Skulx, Cadaver Dogs, and Honeyspiders) join us for Stereo Six: a listing of five albums that define who and what they are today, and one unusual curveball.
Voluptuous Worship of Rapture and Response is hugely enjoyable and addictive “heavy negative wizard metal” from Rebel Wizard, out now on Prosthetic Records.
Out now via Southern Lord, Jesus Piece’s Only Self is sure to be one of the year’s biggest hardcore albums; it more than lives up to expectations, and throws in a few (largely successful) curve-balls.
Ever been to Spain? Ever had a tasty little sauce called romesco? Thanks to Danny P., now’s your chance for both... sort of. While we’re not sending you to Spain, with the help of some Jack Herer, and this recipe, you get pretty close.
Psycho Las Vegas 2018 touched down in the awesomeness that is Las Vegas earlier this month. We take you right into this year's festival with our TOP 7 observations of what we found to be worth mentioning at this year's metal fest of the summer.
Omnium Gatherum’s The Burning Cold, out August 31 on Century Media Records, is melodic death metal at its leanest, hardest-hitting and most emotionally evocative, and deserves to make them one of melodeath’s household names.
Demi Lovato aside, more and more, we hear about Fentanyl being the nail in the coffin for so many opioid users. Trace amounts of the drug are being found mixed with heroin, cocaine and various painkillers. This cross-contamination is proving deadly...
The 2018 edition of Toronto’s Festival of Beer
boasted over 90 vendors and 416 different beers, meaning there was sure to be something to everyone’s taste. Oh, and Dwayne Gretzky
rocked the crowd too, eh!?
Chicago’s The Skull is releasing their sophomore album, The Endless Road Turns Dark, via Tee Pee Records on September 7th and it’s a doom metal treat sure to please fans of all ages.
Super-group, Dream Child offers up an impressive, epic-length effort — a “holy shit” record that recreates the magical long-lost allure of such iconic hard rock stalwarts as Deep Purple, Rainbow and Uriah Heep.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #17 features Migos.
Since 1993, Cleveland, Ohio group Mushroomhead have been bringing their hybrid theatrical brand of metal to the masses, and their newest DVD release Volume III is a must-have for fans of the band and/or any general fans of horror and aggressive music.
South Africa’s Women’s Day in Johannesburg saw Brochella bring one of the best lineups together, performing the old and the new. The evening featured Riddlebreak, Only Forever, Red Helen and more local favourites!
With over a hundred bands descending on Reading/Leeds Festival this weekend, we thought we'd look down the line-up and pick six that we're looking forward to checking out.
There’s not much to say when the end credits roll on PUNK BAND, a documentary that follows punk rock group Voices Of Addiction as they implode on tour. If the film is attempting to show the futility of playing live music in today’s economy, then it is an earth-shattering success.