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Lamb Of God Release “Routes” From Self-Titled Album

Leading up to the June 19 release of their self-titled album, Lamb of God have now released “Routes” featuring Testament’s Chuck Billy. “Routes” was lyrically inspired by vocalist D. Randall Blythe’s time alongside native peoples at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota during the No DAPL movement.  Says Blythe:  I went to Standing Rock because I had heard reports

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Obsolete Man, "A Short History Of Decay"

Obsolete Man, “Violence” Music Video

How about some hardcore / “powerviolence” for your Thursday? These guys sent me their music video and after I hit play I realized I was making the ‘mean face’, haha! (it’s a good thing) The video supports the band’s debut EP, A Short History Of Decay which you can download and stream from most of your favorite services here: https://linktr.ee/obsoleteman.

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Behemoth, A Forest

Behemoth: “A Forest” EP Review

Behemoth made the surprise announcement of a new EP coming at the end of May only a few weeks ago and it’s definitely the kind of news we all needed to hear at that moment. Tomorrow the EP comes out via Metal Blade Records, but today we are here with a quick review. The EP is four tracks in total.

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BPMD: “American Made” Album Review

BPMD are a supergroup made up of Bobby Blitz (Overkill), Mike Portnoy (Sons Of Apollo), Mark Menghi (Metal Allegiance), and Phil Demmel (Vio-lence). Their debut album, American Made, is a compilation of covers of classic ’70s rock songs done with new energy coming from these huge names in metal who do a great job at reviving some of these tracks

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Paradise Lost: “Obsidian” Album Review

Paradise Lost stick with their winning formula of gothic doom metal with their sixteenth album, Obsidian. It has a consistent tone of sadness throughout which is depicted by the lower tempo of a majority of the songs on the album, as well as the guitar and vocal melodies throughout. Paradise Lost have always been a pretty consistent band, and putting

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Exit: “Traces Of Human Existance” Album Review

Exit, a Swiss death thrash band who formed in 1995, tend to take their time to record albums, but they never disappoint. Their upcoming fourth album, Traces Of Human Existence, is fast paced, heavy, and has a lot of killer riffs that are gonna have you wanting more. The songwriting has a lot of different influences across subgenres that lead

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Lined: “Soulcrifice” Album Review

Formed back in 2007, the death thrash band Lined are coming out with their second album and first in 11 years, Soulcrifice. Lined definitely used those 10 years to their advantage, creating some killer riffs and guitar melodies that really stand out in the overall sound of the album. The intro track “Bad Omen” and the first full song “Rotten

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SkullsNBones Corona Logo

SkullsNBones Logo Contest Winner Announcement

Wow! First of all I would like to say thanks to everyone who submitted logos. We really appreciate your art and are very proud to have you as part of our family! The finalists were pretty badass, each in their own way, and the team here at SNB was really excited to see what all of you would have to

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Witches: “The Fates” Album Review

French death thrashers Witches are back with their new album, The Fates, on their 33rd anniversary. For a band that’s been around for 33 years, they’re still putting out some really intense thrash songs that rank with both modern and old school thrash bands alike. Witches formed back in 1986 and are credited as being the first French band with

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Behemoth, A Forest

Behemoth: “A Forest” EP Review

Behemoth made the surprise announcement of a new EP coming at the end of May only a few weeks ago and it’s definitely the kind

BPMD: “American Made” Album Review

BPMD are a supergroup made up of Bobby Blitz (Overkill), Mike Portnoy (Sons Of Apollo), Mark Menghi (Metal Allegiance), and Phil Demmel (Vio-lence). Their debut

Paradise Lost: “Obsidian” Album Review

Paradise Lost stick with their winning formula of gothic doom metal with their sixteenth album, Obsidian. It has a consistent tone of sadness throughout which

Lined: “Soulcrifice” Album Review

Formed back in 2007, the death thrash band Lined are coming out with their second album and first in 11 years, Soulcrifice. Lined definitely used

Witches: “The Fates” Album Review

French death thrashers Witches are back with their new album, The Fates, on their 33rd anniversary. For a band that’s been around for 33 years,