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Zeal - Ardor - Strange Fruit - Promo Photo

Opinion: The Improbable Appeal Of Zeal & Ardor

Zeal & Ardor are strangers in the metal world. Septultura delivered Roots which bristled with Brazilian tribal energies, Devildriver recently released their outlaw country homage Outlaws ‘Til the End Vol. 1, and Zeal & Ardor, with 2017’s Devil is Fine and this year’s Strange Fruit, explore a world where the shackles of slaves are part of the music’s rhythmic lifeblood.

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Zeal & Ardor Release Music Video For “Gravedigger’s Chant” From New Album

Zeal & Ardor‘s Devil Is Fine found its way onto several “best of 2017” lists that we published last year, and for good reason. The brainchild of Manuel Gagneux is stylistically and thematically unique, drawing from concepts involving American slavery and black metal. The project is building upon the momentum from last year’s release with a new album, Stranger Fruit, 

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Epicenter Festival Announces Inaugural Lineup, Tickets On Sale Now

Danny Wimmer Presents is the go-to for the U.S. metal festival scene. The group is responsible for igniting the spring with Welcome to Rockville, Rocklahoma, Chicago Open Air, and now, Epicenter Festival. Slated for the weekend of May 10-12, the new festival will take place at the Rockingham Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina. The lineup? It is rock-heavy with splashes

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Sam Roon's Top 10 Metal Albums Of 2017

Sam Roon’s Top 10 Metal Albums of 2017

This year was special.  There were many great records to hit our ears from some of the most talented musicians I’ve ever heard and from legacy bands that have created some of their best music ever.   The reason I feel 2017 has been so special is our genre’s contributions to innovation.  From successful crossovers, to new sounds, this was a

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Zeal - Ardor - Strange Fruit - Promo Photo

Opinion: The Improbable Appeal Of Zeal & Ardor

Zeal & Ardor are strangers in the metal world. Septultura delivered Roots which bristled with Brazilian tribal energies, Devildriver recently released their outlaw country homage