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Crowhurst – II
I first heard Crowhurst with their self-titled album from last year, which (going by the press info for this new album) is now being...
Urgehal – Aeons In Sodom
The underground black metal scene lost a great musician in 2012 when Trondr Nefas, vocalist/guitarist of Urgehal, tragically passed away. Formed in 1992, Urgehal...
Toluca – Memoria
In order to keep from stagnating, the bands in a scene often look outside the boundaries of what is accepted in that particular genre....
Moloch – Verwüstung
In this digital age, where Pro Tools allows anybody to record, mix, and master professional-sounding music, the art of analog recording has seen a...
Nocturnal Breed – Napalm Nights
Nocturnal Breed's 2007 album, Fields of Rot, was a great album. Sitting closer to early Sodom than anything else, it had a punky edge...
Sarke – Aruagint
I’m not much of a fan of “trash vocals”. Although I enjoy many thrash bands (Kreator and Death Angel probably occupying the top of...
Gift of Gods – Receive
Darkthrone has been consistently brilliant throughout their entire career, which is a claim that few other bands can lay claim to. They've conquered death...
Darkthrone – The Underground Resistance
Over the entire vicious cycle of the Norwegian black metal scene, Darkthrone has consistently proved themselves to be far above the fold. With fifteen albums...
Geist – Der Ungeist
Underproduced lo-fi black metal - often referred to with any combination of the epithets "raw," "trv," "kvlt," or "necro" - is one of those...
Inquisition (Dagon) Interview
"...We're the luckiest guys in black metal, really. And our loyalty is to keep giving you the true Inquisition sound, and keep you guys happy."
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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
“The songs you love, but not played well” – An Interview with Devin Townsend
Get Ready for Wacken 2023
Get ready to unleash your metal power because Wacken Open Air is back with a bang for its 2023 edition! Mark your calendars for...