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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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Scour - Red - Promo

Exclusive Interview With Derek Engemann Of Scour

Back in February, I was able to catch the live debut of metal supergroup Scour here in New Orleans, and it was a mind-blowing experience. So, to be able to spend some time chatting with their guitarist Derek Engemann was an absolute butt-load of fun. Scour formed back in 2015,and features Phil Anselmo, John Jarvis (Pig Destroyer), Derek Engemann (Cattle

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Philip H Anselmo & the Illegals - Promo - 2017

Philip H. Anselmo & The Illegals Announce “Choosing Metal Illness As A Virtue,” Release Title Track

Philip H. Anselmo is omnipresent these days. He just released the Red EP with Scour, has been touring with Superjoint, and has now announced a new album with Philip H. Anselmo & the Illegals. The follow-up to 2013’s Walk Through Exits Only, Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue finds Anselmo backed by Stephen Taylor (Superjoint) on guitar, Mike DeLeon (Flesh Horder, Being

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Scour - Red EP - Cover

Scour: “Red” EP Review

Phil Anselmo keeps himself busy these days. His multiple projects, all involving talented musicians, cross the genre lines so many times it’s hard to keep them straight! Scour, his black metal project, is the most intense of them all. The band features John Jarvis (Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed), Derek Engemann (Cattle Decapitation), Chase Fraser (Animosity, Decrepit Birth) and Adam Jarvis (Pig Destroyer,

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Scour - Red - Promo

Scour Return With “Red” From New EP

Scour are back with a new track, and it is a blast of black metal brilliance. Legendary front man Philip H. Anselmo is joined again by John Jarvis (Pig Destroyer, Agoraphobic Nosebleed), Derek Engemann (Cattle Decapitation), Chase Fraser (Animosity, Decrepit Birth), and Adam Jarvis (Pig Destroyer, Misery Index) for Red, a six-song EP featuring  titles that read like prison babble. The title

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King Parrot - Ugly Produce

King Parrot: “Ugly Produce” Album Review

King Parrot’s brand of tongue-in-cheek grindcore is not only fun, it’s addictive as hell! These guys pull no punches on Ugly Produce with heavy-as-hell riffs and out-of-control-freight-train pace, all while injecting humor that makes it extremely enjoyable. The production here is flawless, too! These Aussie’s bring the punch right out of the gate with “Entrapment.” It’s blistering in pace and

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Warbeast - Corbitt Interview

Exclusive Interview: Bruce Corbitt Of Rigor Mortis And Warbeast

Bruce Corbitt is the legendary lead vocalist of Rigor Mortis and Warbeast, and he is one of the greatest voices in metal. To find out that the universe, in all her glorious bitchiness, has given this man throat cancer is a major fucking disgrace. Fortunately, Corbitt was able to finish the latest – and possible last – Warbeast album, Enter

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King Parrot - Promo - 2017

King Parrot Stream “Disgrace Yourself” From New Album

King Parrot cannon-balled into the international metal scene with their sophomore release, 2015’s Dead Set, and they are returning with a new album on September 22 with Ugly Produce. The album will be released in the United States via Housecore Records and Agonia Records in Europe King Parrot comment: “Ugly Produce” reaches new heights in abrasive song-writing and serves up

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Scour - Red EP - Cover

Scour: “Red” EP Review

Phil Anselmo keeps himself busy these days. His multiple projects, all involving talented musicians, cross the genre lines so many times it’s hard to keep them

King Parrot - Ugly Produce

King Parrot: “Ugly Produce” Album Review

King Parrot’s brand of tongue-in-cheek grindcore is not only fun, it’s addictive as hell! These guys pull no punches on Ugly Produce with heavy-as-hell riffs