Epilogue is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon honoring classic horror and sci-fi films. Feature #11 celebrates 1994’s The Crow, starring Brandon Lee, released via Miramax Films.
Despite being the step-son of one of the most iconic figures in heavy metal, Richie Cavalera's band, Incite and their new offering Built To Destroy, demonstrate they're more than capable of holding their own. Read our review here.
Out of My Way are an up-and-coming Swedish pop-punk trio who happily curated their own list of the Top 10 emerging Scandinavian pop-punk bands to keep an eye on.
Sunflower Bean’s newest EP, King of the Dudes (out January 25th via Mom + Pop Records), has the band exploring a heavier sound that suits them ridiculously well.
New York City rockers Big Spirit share a guest blog offering insight into the artistic and provocative cover artwork for their debut album, Get This!.
With their first anthology, One, new Leeds, UK-based digital black metal label Cult of Osiris have succeeded in demonstrating that new bands from the black metal underground can hold their own against established players.
Jinjer are a band whose popularity is growing and, along with an incomparable style dialed in, there is a strong chance they will become one of metal’s future heavy hitters. Micro, out via Napalm Records, is just another step towards this.
Blot & Bod, a three-piece from Copenhagen, achieve a frenetic symbiosis between raw, low-end black metal and punk delivered with infectious aplomb on Ligæder, a vinyl re-release of their 2017 debut, out on February via Iron Bonehead Productions.
Despite obvious production flaws, Mütiilation’s The Lost Tapes still exudes a barbaric charm that may be limited to a kvlt audience but definitely checks the right boxes for this small sector of the black metal community.
Older, Fatter, Still the Greatest Ever - Live at Brixton perfectly captures the buzz and atmosphere at a Bowling for Soup show. It is a great introduction to the partying pop-punk band, reaffirming that they have no plans to slow down just yet.
Due via Frontiers Music, the latest slab from Quiet Riot, One Night In Milan, delivers a satisfying dose of aural adrenaline for those who still crave “the noize.”
Whitechapel’s newest effort, The Valley - via Metal Blade Records - is a solid album from a band that not only melts faces, but continues to evolve and stay relevant.
As a stoner fanboy, Seasons ticks a lot of bell-bottom boxes, but the delicate chaos makes for an uneven listen. That said, Ruff Majik are easily one of the top bands in the country that are worth watching as they grow into a monster.
“Industrial came about because a bunch of British avant-garde artists got tired of strictly doing street performance and wanted to start a band.” So begins our latest installment of A Ridiculously Short History of...; this time around, INDUSTRIAL!
Out now via Steamhammer, Partisan demonstrates that Sodom have got through what could have been a risky period, emerging in fine form and with fire in their hearts.
A fitting celebration of twenty years in the music industry, 'Twenty' is a suitably nostalgic trip for fans of emo kings Taking Back Sunday while, at the same time, setting things up nicely for the future.
Flotsam and Jetsam, always on the cusp of thrash greatness, pair up AFM Records and deliver The End of Chaos, an exceptional album that’s their best to date when it comes to technical prowess.
Thirteen albums into their career and, following the tragic death of frontman Brett Hoffmann, death metal stalwarts Malevolent Creation regrouped and have returned with The 13th Beast, their most savage offering to date.
Viewed holistically, Nyctophilia’s Ad Mortem Et Tenebrae is an enjoyable black metal listen, but not a memorable one, despite its authentic efforts at second-wave mimicry.
Instrumental jam band Lotus lent us two of their members to list the six most influential songs and albums that helped inspire their newest record, Frames Per Second.