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May 24, 2017

Chicago Open Air Announces Special Events And Attractions

Chicago Open Air will return for its second installment on July 14-16 at Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Illinois. This year’s acts include a rare U.S. festival appearance from rock legends KISS (headlining Friday) as well as one of the first solo performances from Ozzy Osbourne (headlining Sunday) since the final Black Sabbath tour, He will reunite with guitarist Zakk Wylde after

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Goatwhore - Band Photo

Goatwhore Return With “Chaos Arcane” Lyric Video

New Orleans’ Goatwhore are back! Not only have they announced the release of their seventh long-player, entitled Vengeful Ascension, but they have delivered a lyric video for “Chaos Arcane.” According to the band, the song is based on “H.P. Lovecraft’s character Nyarlathotep who attempts to recount the inexplicable sense of fear in expectancy of an unknown evil.” Check out the video below, and

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Myrkur Announces Album, Releases New Full Track “Två Konungabarn”

After the positive acceptance of Myrkur´s previous album M, the one-woman black metal project is releasing a new album this fall. The album under the name of  Marieridt is set to be released via Relapse Records. Myrkur has also recently shared via her Facebook page a new full studio recording “Två Konungabarn”. The track can now be listened on: Spotify: Apple Music: Bandcamp:

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Suffocation Of The Dark Light

Suffocation Release Second Album Trailer From “…Of The Dark Light”

Suffocation‘s new album, … Of the Dark Light, will drop June 9 on Nuclear Blast Records, and the band has posted another trailer for the album. …Of the Dark Light was produced by Suffocation and tracked at Full Force Studios with engineer Joe Cincotta (Obituary). Mixing and mastering was handled by producer/engineer Zeuss (Hatebreed, Arsis, Suicide Silence). Cover artwork was created

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Post Pulse, Halls of the Damned

Post Pulse: “Halls of the Damned” Album Review

Artillery blasts are a worthy introduction to Finland’s Post Pulse and their ferocious debut, Halls of the Damned. The impenetrable sound kicks-starts the album and crushes bone through the end of “The Gates,” and this is only the beginning. Over these course of 10 tracks, the band’s aggressive, interlocking drum and bass grooves drive the momentum, while nuanced, occasionally subtle,

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