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Earthless - Promo - 2018

Earthless Release Pro-Shot Live Show From Belgium

What better way to whet the appetites of fans in Europe for an impending tour than with pro-shot live footage of a full performance. That’s just what San Diego’s Earthless are delivering in anticipation of their European tour beginning on Sunday, July 29. The performance at hand was captured at De Kreun in Kortrijk, Belgium this past April. Support on this

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Overkill: “Live in Overhausen” Album Review

New Jersey’s own thrash royalty, Overkill, have returned with another awesome live album, Live in Overhausen.  This one, however, is different from anything they’ve released in the past.  In celebration of 30 years since the release of Feel The Fire and 25 years since Horrorscope, they performed both albums, in their entirety live in Oberhausen – now dubbed OVERhausen – Germany

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Kataklysm - 70,000 Tons of Metal 2018 By Jason Carlson

Kataklysm Release First Track-By-Track For “Meditations”

Kataklysm deftly provided two of the highlight performances on this year’s 70,000 Tons of Metal cruise, so news of their new release was met with some serious excitement in the SkullsNBones offices. The release – entitled Medititations – will drop on June 1 via Nuclear Blast Records, and from what we have heard, the anticipation is deserved. Meditations was produced

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Amorphis Live Photos From Tuska Open Air Metal Festival 2017

Amorphis Release Third Trailer For “Queen Of Time”

Amorphis will return on May 18 with Queen of Time, and this album is one of the best of the year so far. The 10-track release focuses on themes that tap into the evolution of human beings who rise, flourish, and are destroyed, and it is set to a soundtrack of Amorphis‘ Gothenburg melo-death style. The band have released a third

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Dimmu Borgir: “Eonian” Album Review

Dimmu Borgir have been unapologetic in their pursuit of lush black metal soundscapes, and album after album they have escalated their symphonic explorations and choral accouterments with unabashed intent. Clearly nothing has changed over the eight years since the band’s last  studio album, 2010’s Abrahadabra. In fact, the vast orchestration seems to have eviscerated even the most steadfast of bones

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2018-04-07 Thy Art Is Murder - Miami

Thy Art Is Murder 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 Thy

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Cradle of Filth - April 7, 2018 - New York

Cradle Of Filth Live Photos From Irving Plaza In New York, NY

Cradle of Filth‘s frontman, Dani Filth, arrived in New York City on April 7 fighting an illness, but following a trip to the doctor and quite a few meds, the show was ready to go on. The band performed at Irving Plaza with support from Jinjer and Uncured. Photographer Lina Glasir was on hand to capture the action for SkullsNBones.

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Bleeding Gods Deliver A Lesson In Shred On “Beloved By Artemis” Playthrough

There’s no denying Bleeding Gods‘ fleet-fingered shredding, but it is even more impressive to see it. The band released Dodekathlon in January, and their new playthrough video features “Beloved By Artemis” from the album. What’s even more exciting is their approach to the playthrough, given that it features Ramon Ploeg (guitar), Rutger Van Noordenburg (guitar), and Gea Mulder (bass). This track sounds ultra-complex on the album, and

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Kataklysm’s JF Dagenais Shreds Necks In “Guillotine” Playthrough

Kataklysm just recently released a music video for “Guillotine,” and now they have followed it up with a guitar playthrough for the track. “Guillotine” is the first single from the band’s Meditations which drops June 1 on Nuclear Blast Entertainment. Not only will the album feature 10 fresh tracks, it will include a bonus DVD featuring live performances of Shadows &

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Rings Of Saturn Visit Outer Space In “Margidda” Music Video

Oh, the places you can go … with a camera and a green screen, apparently. Leave it to Rings of Saturn, and for them, outer space is the place! The tech-death shredders have released a music video for “Margidda,” a track from their recently released Ultu Ulla album. One thing is for certain: The track, itself, is otherworldly. It boasts the

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Dimmu Borgir: “Eonian” Album Review

Dimmu Borgir have been unapologetic in their pursuit of lush black metal soundscapes, and album after album they have escalated their symphonic explorations and choral