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Holocausto: “Diário de Guerra” Album Review

Dark extreme metal music has always been a part of my life. From Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Holocausto join the ranks of other extreme metal bands such as Sepultura, Sarcófago and Mutilator with a death thrash sound on Diário de Guerra that is as brutal as it is sinister. Rodrigo Führer’s vocals are merciless and sadistic and with the savage interplay

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Watch The New Official Behemoth Music Video For “Sabbath Mater” Right Now

Extreme metal titans Behemoth have released a brand new music video for their aggressive track, “Sabbath Mater” from the recent release, “I Loved You At Your Darkest.” Enjoy! Behemoth, “Sabbath Mater” You can see live photos from Behemoth‘s recent performance at Tuska Open Air Metal Festival here: https://skullsnbones.com/behemoth-live-photos-from-tuska-open-air-metal-festival-2019/

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Static-X

Static-X Live Photos from The Apollo A.C. 2019

I have been a fan of Static-X since I first saw them open for Fear Factory back in 1999. Wayne Static came out on stage and my friend goes, “Look, it’s the Slim Jim guy!” I laughed. Then Static-X started playing, and I replaced that laughter with fanatic screaming as my ears greatly enjoyed the aural assault that they were

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Leo Viridi: “LVI” Album Review

This year has been quite a busy one with guitarists releasing solo albums. Some are purely instrumental and we know of the masters who stand strong on these. Some have numerous contributors, like Leo Viridi does on his debut album LV1. Although I may be strange in that I enjoy the strictly instrumental albums, there is a diversity when multiple

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Pestis Inferos: “Beyond the Veil of Light” EP Review

The beauty that lies within today’s black metal is that it no longer has to come from the Scandinavian region to be considered and, pardon the oft used term, “kvlt.” Perhaps it is because of the ease of the digital age or it could be due to the fact that black metal is more common and doesn’t have the underground

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Leo Viridi: “LVI” Album Review

This year has been quite a busy one with guitarists releasing solo albums. Some are purely instrumental and we know of the masters who stand