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Always Changing: An Interview with Leprous

"Progressive" is often a catch-all term used to refer to music that defies conventions. If it's hard to label, then calling it "prog" is the mental...

Gift Giver – Shitlife

It still feels bizarre to see so many new metal bands citing a genre as divisive as nu-metal as an influence. It’s understandable, though....

Barren Earth – On Lonely Towers

Several years ago I went to a Swallow The Sun gig, where I met vocalist Mikko Kotamäki. This was right around the time I...

The Faceless Messenger: An Interview with Vicky Psarakis of The Agonist

It's never easy to replace a singer. Ask Blaze Bayley about trying to replace Bruce Dickinson, or Anette Olzon about trying to replace Tarja...

Apex Predators: An Interview with Barney Greenway of Napalm Death

Since the last time I met with Barney, right before the release of Utilitarian, I had been looking forward to an opportunity to do...

Napalm Death – Apex Predator – Easy Meat

Has it really been almost three years since Napalm Death's last offering?  It feels like it was just yesterday when I was gorging myself with...

Unearth – Watchers Of Rule

Unearth have been a part of North American metalcore since 1998, and have influenced countless bands. Rather than play the angular, math rock-oriented form...

Necrowretch – Even Death May Die

You wanna know how utterly shitty I am? Necrowretch's new EP Even Death May Die is made up of 2 songs. TWO fucking songs,...

Sick Of It All – The Last Act Of Defiance

The importance of Sick Of It All to the revered New York hardcore scene is nearly impossible to overstate; with a career spanning nearly...

Butcher Babies – Uncovered EP

I have taken a lot of swings at Butcher Babies before. I see them as shitty gimmick band that owes all of its fame...

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The Dark Side of Business: An Interview with Scott Ian Lewis of Carnifex

Scott Ian Lewis on the dangerous state of live music, comics, and Necromanteum

Belphegor – The Devils

Belphegor's twelfth studio album, "The Devils," is a dark and intense offering that showcases the band's signature blackened death metal sound. From the opening...
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