March 19, 2018

Get Branded By The Power Of Morgengrau’s “Wolves Of Thirteen”

Like a fiery brand against a barren ass, Texas death petal purveyors Morgengrau blister and melt away listeners with intense speed and precision. They will release their sophomore album, Blood Oracle,” June 22 on Unspeakable Axe Records. “Wolves of Thirteen” has just been released to the masses, including rapid-fire chugs, blistering sqeels, and blast-beat bludgeoning. Watch the video below, and

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Earthless Feature Skateboarder T-Spliff In “Volt Rush” Music Video

In the late ’80s and early ’90s, skateboarding provided a welcoming introduction to metal music with magazines offering plentiful advertising for new albums and video tapes boasting ripping music as a backdrop to 50/50 grinds, dark slides, and 720s. Earthless are modernizing the relationship between metal and skating in their newest video, “Volt Rush,” which features is directed by urban

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TessseracT Release “King” Music Video

Deriving emotion from progressive metal can sometimes feel like squeezing water from a stone, the virtuoso playing often snuffing out any humanness in the music. TesseracT are unique in their ability to pull heart strings with guitar riffs, and when paired with the cinematic presence of directors Kyle Kadow and Steven Cleavland, there is plenty of feeling. The duo have worked with

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Memoriam: “The Silent Vigil” Album Review

Alright, you caught me. I’m in a love affair … with old school, straight-for-the-jugular, death metal. It’s stripped-down, riff-heavy, and brutal as hell, whether it’s played slow or fast. Obituary, Death, Bolt Thrower, Asphyx, etc., are all fine examples of this stellar genre. Memoriam – former Bolt Thrower members Karl Willets and Andy Whale, along with Frank Healy (Benediction), and Scott

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Rivers Of Nihil Release “Home” Music Video

If you did your weekend the right way, you bought the new Rivers of Nihil album on Friday and have left it on repeat. We have. If you didn’t, it’s never too late. The album, Where Owl’s Know My Name, is a ferocious collection of forward thinking death metal tracks that are intense and rewarding. To coincide with the album’s

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Primitive Man Continue To Disturb With “Honey Hole” Music Video

Primitive Man have cornered the metal market when it comes to truly disturbing videos. First came the homeless depravity of “Loathe,” then there was  the naked bludgeoning found on “Victim,” and now they have released an equally atrocious video for the track “Honey Hole.” “Sugar Hole” is culled from Primitive Man‘s most recent release, entitled Caustic, which is out now

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TessseracT Release “King” Music Video

Deriving emotion from progressive metal can sometimes feel like squeezing water from a stone, the virtuoso playing often snuffing out any humanness in the music.

Memoriam: “The Silent Vigil” Album Review

Alright, you caught me. I’m in a love affair … with old school, straight-for-the-jugular, death metal. It’s stripped-down, riff-heavy, and brutal as hell, whether it’s