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Cripple Bastards - La Fine Cresce da Dentro - Cover

Cripple Bastards: “La Fine Cresce da Dentro” Album Review

Italian grindcore masters Cripple Bastards are back with their seventh album, La Fine Cresce da Dentro (translated to The End is Growing From Within), featuring 18 tracks of logic-defying mayhem, . Recorded at Fredman Studios in Gothenburg, Sweden, by producer Fredrik Nordström (At the Gates, Dark Tranquility), La Fine Cresce da Dentro features Giulio the Bastard (vocalist), Schintu the Wretched (bassist),

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Bangladeafy - Ribboncutter - Cover

Album Review: Bangladeafy, “Ribboncutter”

Bangladeafy are a tech metal duet from New York City. With Jon Ehlers as bassist/vocalist/keyboardist and Atif Haq on drums, Ribboncutter is ultra-unique, a versatile output that dances like electrical impulses down your sonic fibers. The songs on Ribboncutter could be a backdrop to an action packed movie. Admittedly, I am not well versed in the tech metal genre but

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Eyehategod - The Forge - Live Photos By Jason Carlson

Live Photos: Eyehategod From The Forge In Joliet, IL

Since recovering from a liver transplant in 2016, Mike “IX” Williams has shown no signs of slowing. Eyehategod have been back in action and on the road intensely, including a recent stop at The Forge in Joliet, Illinois, on July 19. Photo Editor Jason Carlson was on hand to capture the band’s set. Jason also captured the band when they

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Corrosion of Conformity - Joliet, IL - Jason Carlson

Live Photos: Corrosion Of Conformity From The Forge In Joliet, IL

Corrosion of Conformity, now back with Pepper Keenan, have been burning up the road lately. Most recently, they have been sharing the stage with Zakk Wylde and the wild men in Black Label Society. Jason Carlson and his camera captured magic at The Forge in Joliet, Illinois, on July 17. Check out his photos now!

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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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Superstition: “Surging Throng Of Evil’s Might” Album Review

The word superstition brings to mind childhood tales of misfortune that would await you if you broke the rules. In this case, the New Mexican death/thrash metal band Superstition break sonic barrier rules with their latest release, Surging Throng of Evil’s Might. “Death’s Fuming Passage” introduces this onslaught with raw-throated bellows surfacing from the murky depths and further punctuated by thunderous

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2018-04-07 Rivers of Nihil - Miami

Rivers Of Nihil Live Photos From The Ground In Miami, FL

For death metal fans, the most prominent tour of the spring has been blanketing the United States featuring Dying Fetus, Thy Art is Murder, Rivers of Nihil, and Enterprise Earth. Photographer Juan Hernandez was on the ground at The Ground in Miami, Florida, to capture the action when the tour rolled into town on April 7. Following are photos of Rivers

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Weedeater, Primitive Man, Speedwolf On Tap For Denver’s Electric Funeral Fest III

Electric Funeral Fest will return to Denver, Colorado, this summer for its third installment featuring performances by Speedwolf, Weedeater, and hometown favorites Primitive Man. The festival will be held June 29-30 at 3 Kings Tavern, Hi Dive, and a new, third venue, Mutiny Information Cafe. Single-day tickets are $32, and two-day tickets are $60. They are available at: http://www.electricfuneralfestiii.eventbrite.com . The

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Bangladeafy - Ribboncutter - Cover

Album Review: Bangladeafy, “Ribboncutter”

Bangladeafy are a tech metal duet from New York City. With Jon Ehlers as bassist/vocalist/keyboardist and Atif Haq on drums, Ribboncutter is ultra-unique, a versatile