June 18, 2018

Fleshgod Apocalypse: Live Photos from House of Blues In Chicago, IL!

Fleshgod Apocalypse are an Italian band that create some really unique music. I have heard of the band many times but have never had the chance to see them live – until now! Being somewhat unfamiliar with their music, I honestly didn’t know what to expect. In addition to the standard guitars, bass, drums and vocals, Fleshgod Apocalypse combine growling

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Skinless: “Savagery” Album Review

Brutal death metal can be a balm to cure any bad day. Pop the CD in or turn on Spotify, find a quiet highway, and just drive that sour day away. Skinless was the saving grace one foul day as I indulged in their latest release, Savagery. The genre is not known for polite aesthetics, but it provides rather primitive

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Aversions Crown: Live Photos From House Of Blues In Chicago, IL!

If you know me, you know I love The Black Dahlia Murder, and I rarely miss a chance to see them live. They consistently put out great albums, and their videos have a tendency to make me laugh (… metal doesn’t always have to be so serious). So when I found out that The Black Dahlia Murder would be touring

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The Future Of Metal Is Here

We recently pondered the future of stadium-sized metal, given the impending exit of Slayer and the aging mega-bands like Metallica and Iron Maiden (read it here). Well, friends, the question of who will take over the throne is being answered night after night on Slayer‘s farewell tour. The answer is Lamb of God. When Randy Blythe and company took the stage

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Skeletonwitch Stream Epic “When Paradise Fades”

guitarists Nate Garnette and Scott Hedrick have been in limbo since the departure of Chance Garnette. With new vocalist Adam Clemans at the healm and a new album dropping July 20 via Prosthetic Records, all signs are showing that the 15-year-old band are back and better than ever. Case in point: The second track from Devouring Radiant Light, entitled “When Paradise

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The Future Of Metal Is Here

We recently pondered the future of stadium-sized metal, given the impending exit of Slayer and the aging mega-bands like Metallica and Iron Maiden (read it