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Prong - Blood Out of Stone

Prong Release “Blood Out Of Stone” Music Video

You probably haven’t forgotten about Prong‘s 2017 album Zero Days, and they have provided a reminder in the form of a music video for “Blood Out Of Stone.” Prong are continuing to tour North America in support of their recent Zero Days release with Agnostic Front and Hatebreed. Bu Zero Days here! Prong North American Tour 2019: With Agnostic Front

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Lower 13: “Restore the Order” Album Review

Lower 13 bend minds immediately upon launching into “Swallowed by the Light” off of Restore the Order. Jigsaw riffing and labyrinth leads accompany a rhythmic stomp that set these Clevelanders apart from others of their ilk. This marks the third release from this intense trio who craft a sound that exceeds their makeup. The twelve tracks are propelled by rhythmic

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Slayer - Relentless Killology

Slayer Announce “The Repentless Killology” Movie and Album

Slayer continue their victory lap before retiring, and they are nearing the launch of The Final Campaign, the last leg of their Final World Tour, on November 2 in Asheville, North Carolina. But for those who have been unable to catch the thrash titans over the last couple of years, they are delivering a new movie , entitled Slayer: The

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Rifftera: “Across The Acheron” Album Review

Rifftera live up to their name. The Finns have been a band since 2010, albeit with lineup shift over the years, but with Across the Acheron, they deliver death metal riffs with sharp, melodic hooks that marry guttural and clean singing with a rhythmic gallop that is impossible to ignore. “Burning Paradise”demonstrates their craft with a menacing guitar stomp and

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Nile - Vile Nilotic Rites - Promo

Nile Announce New Album, Release “Long Shadows Of Dread” Lyric Video

When we caught up with Karl Sanders and George Kollias of Nile on this year’s 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise, their excited about the new album that they were recording was palpable, both in their voices and their descriptions of the new release. (Read our interview here!) The time is nearing for the album to reach the masses, and Nile

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70,000 Tons Of Metal 2020 Announcements: The Waiting Is The Hardest Part

Veterans of the 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise, lovingly referred to as “Survivors,” are cultish when it comes to the annual event. The camaraderie is unmatched, and most hold this voyage as the “must-attend” metal event of the year. In fact, banter about the next year’s lineup begins the day the cruise docks … and is met for months by

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Sterling: “Sterling” Album Review

The transcendent qualities of music is even more real when listeners are transported to another time. That time for Sterling is the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, and their brand of hard rock and heavy metal is a savory blast from the past. These Canadians released their eponymous debut in 2018, and it is a banger for those looking to

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Alcest - Spiritual Instinct - Promo

Alcest Announce Album, Release “Protection” Music Video

Alcest are an anomaly. The one-time black metallers have drifted into dark gaze over the last few albums, and their music provides a surreal escape from normal metal fare. They deliver spectral soundscapes that are captivating through and through. Alcest have announced their sixth studio album, Spiritual Instinct, which will be released on October 25 via Nuclear Blast. They have

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In Mourning - Promo

In Mourning Release “Black Storm” Music Video From New Album

There are very few things that come close to our love of Swedish melodic death/doom. And In Mourning are one of those bands that are burning brighter with each album. On October 4, the band will release Garden Of Storms via Agonia Records, and today, they have premiered the album’s first single, “Black Storm.” The single comes as a music

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Extinguish the Sun - Antihero

Extinguish The Sun: “Antihero” Album Review

The well-informed may realize that Dixon, Illinois, is where President Ronald Reagan grew up, but enough about history. For today’s intents and purposes, “The Catfish Capital of Illinois” is notable because of Extinguish the Sun, purveyors of a barreling, distorted sound that packs a wallop through overdriven guitars. The quintet released Antihero in 2017, and they deliver a set of

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Sterling: “Sterling” Album Review

The transcendent qualities of music is even more real when listeners are transported to another time. That time for Sterling is the late ‘70s and