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Nux Vomica – Nux Vomica
Some bands are content with finding their niche and spending their entire careers in it. They might write the same song every time, but...
Pyrrhon – The Mother Of Virtues
My introduction to the technical side of heavy music came in the form of an album that many hardcore metalheads probably wouldn’t consider to...
Ringworm – Hammer of the Witch
Spinal Tap were the first band to make the amps go up to eleven. They could have just made ten louder than normal, but...
Nothing – Guilty of Everything
It's hard to know who to blame for this past decade's flood of metal/shoegaze crossover, but when the music is as good as it...
Indian – From All Purity
In terms of music that sounds absolutely hateful, sludge metal is the scene you can always count on to keep pushing the envelope. Whether...
Weekend Nachos – Still
The best hardcore will move you. And I don't just mean in the sense that a really beautiful piece of music will move you,...
Red Fang – Whales and Leeches
Like many others, I got into Red Fang with their sophomore LP, Murder the Mountains. That album is a peerless display of good metal songwriting, with...
Windhand – Soma
One of my best friends in the entire world, and one of the main reasons I'm such a metal fanatic, can't stand doom metal...
True Widow – Circumambulation
When I got my hands on True Widow's As High As the Highest Heavens and From the Center to the Circumference of the Earth...
Neurosis – Honor Found In Decay
The time has come once again for one of the most hallowed names in metal to rear their heads and spit out a dark,...
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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...