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King Parrot – Holed Up in the Lair

Uncouth, moshy, and over-and-done with before you know it — yet strangely satisfying all the same.

Rat King – Vicious Inhumanity

There’s something about bands from Seattle, Washington, that really sets them apart from the rest of the pack. Being from Seattle carries some weight,...

Misery Index – Rituals of Power

Grindcore has always had a political edge to it, thanks in part to bands like Napalm Death and their anarcho-punk roots. Although as some...

Nails – You Will Never Be One Of Us

Oxnard, California’s Nails have been a fairly difficult band to categorize since their formation in 2009; they’ve been called grindcore, powerviolence, hardcore, and death...

Shaving the Werewolf – The Pissing Link

With just about twelve minutes of run-time, this quick'n'dirty EP is the third release from this band, and their second one this year.  Part...

Cattle Decapitation – The Anthropocene Extinction

Since extreme metal and hardcore are genres which are no stranger to loaded, hyperbolic album and song titles, let me help you out with...

Dark Hound – Oceans

Dark Hound are all about straightforward heavy metal. Very clearly influenced by the likes of Megadeth in terms of song construction, and Judas Priest and Iron Maiden in their guitar solos,...

Theories – Regression

I don't know what's in the water in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, but that region has been putting out some amazing...

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...

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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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