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Nile - Chicago 2018 - By Jason Carlson

Nile Announce “A Vile Caustic Attack Tour” With Terrorizer

Nile will demolish the United States this fall with their “A Vile Caustic Attack Tour” featuring support from Terrorizer. NILE founding member KARL SANDERS comments The band is very much looking forward to the upcoming Nile/Terrorizer USA Tour in November 2019. We had a great time touring Europe together last year and I have no doubt that Nile and Terrorizer touring the states as a package will be a month

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Nile - Karl Sanders, George Kollias, Brad Parris, Brian Kingsland

Nile Discuss Egyptian History And New Music On 70,000 Tons Of Metal

We are feeling a little tight. Hallways on a cruise ship are relatively narrow, and when you have nine men – including Nile’s Karl Sanders and George Kollias, along with our friends from CMM GMBH – space feels very limited. After bouncing from one room to another, and a little bit of tension, photo manager Jason Carlson and I find a seat across

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Aenimus - Dreamcatcher - Cover

Aenimus: “Dreamcatcher” Album Review

I’ve been abducted by an unseen force today. This is literally the feeling I get while listening to Aenimus‘ new release, Dreamcatcher. Aenimus have also released their newest lyric video, “Eternal,” which can viewed below. The song is a great representation of Dreamcatcher. It’s a progressive atmospheric death metal conglomeration. But be forewarned – there are some clean vocals on here,

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Brujeria - Amaricon Czar - Promo

Brujeria Rail Against Trump With “Amaricon Czar”

Brujeria detest Donald Trump, and they have made this no secret. First there was the Viva Presidente Trump! 7-inch, and now the Mexican marauders are back with the Amaricon Czar 7-inch. Led by lyricist and mastermind Juan Brujo, Brujeria have been alternately rumored to be satanic drug lords and members of well-established metal bands. Listen to the title track of Amaricon Czar below, and buy

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Fallujah - Undying Light - Promo

Fallujah Stream Aggressive New Track “Dopamine”

Fallujah are returning to the fold on March 15 with Undying Light on Nuclear Blast Records, and to say we are excited is an understatement. Guitarist/vocalist Scott Carstairs writes: With Undying Light we pushed the boundaries of what we consider to be progressive music. The album presents the listener with as varied a sonic terrain as you would come to

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Overkill: “The Wings Of War” Album Review

I remember my first experience with Overkill when I was 16, back in 1986.  I was shuffling through the vinyl at a record store and came across Taking Over. The cover was just to cool to not buy the album! Incidentally, this is how we discovered music in the pre-Internet days.  I used to spend hours in the record stores

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Overkill - The Wings of War - Promo

Overkill Release First Single From “The Wings Of War”

New Jersey thrashers Overkill will release their nineteenth album this February. If that isn’t enough of an accomplishment (19, really?), in 2019 they will celebrate 39 years as a band. The new album, entitled The Wings of War, was recorded at Gear Recording Studio in New Jersey, SKH Studio in Florida andJrod Productions with engineering handled by DD and Dave.  The have now released the first single from

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Arsis - Visitant - Album Cover

Arsis: “Visitant” Album Review

For most metalheads, fall – particularly October and November – is the most glorious time of the year whereby we pay homage to the horror genre that we all know is closely linked to heavy metal. Virginia Beach based technical melodic death metal band Arsis capture the passion for horror on their sixth album, Visitant. As quoted by guitarist/vocalist James

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Aenimus - Dreamcatcher - Cover

Aenimus: “Dreamcatcher” Album Review

I’ve been abducted by an unseen force today. This is literally the feeling I get while listening to Aenimus‘ new release, Dreamcatcher. Aenimus have also

Arsis - Visitant - Album Cover

Arsis: “Visitant” Album Review

For most metalheads, fall – particularly October and November – is the most glorious time of the year whereby we pay homage to the horror