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Apocalyptic Prog: Predicting Humanity’s Downfall with Pain of Salvation and Mile Marker Zero

We deconstruct the dystopic narratives of two prog albums to illuminate the very real danger facing humanity today.

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Grift’s Erik Gärdefors Offers a Glimpse into Folk’s New Horizon

The solo artist describes how he bridges the gap between traditional Swedish instruments and the world of heavy music.

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Third Storm’s Destructive Debut Full-Length “The Grand Manifestation”

Resurrected from the 1980s, Third Storm are simultaneously modern and timeless on their much-awaited full-length (full stream inside).

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Atmosphere, Abstraction, Annihilation: Det eviga leendet Show No “Lenience”

We dive into the impressive upcoming debut of the Swedish black metal outfit.

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Blood of Serpents’ Slithers Through The “Sulphur Sovereign”

Utter enervation, as though the listener were themselves a participant in the band’s sadistic carnival of devastation.

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I’m Listening To Death Metal #1: Opeth’s “My Arms, Your Hearse”

Writer Langdon Hickman reflects on death metal's multidimensional (and ultimately personal) meaning, including a foray into Opeth, in this inaugural edition of his new column.

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A Bolt of Blazing Gold: Dark Tranquillity’s “Skydancer” Turns 25

A retrospective on the melodic death metal luminaries' creative debut, featuring a lengthy interview with vocalist (and then guitarist) Mikael Stanne.

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Flawless Execution: Soreption True-to-Form on “Monument of the End”

We chat with frontman Fredrik Söderberg about the Swedish outfit's ripping new tech-death album, released today.

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Melancholic Light in a Depressive Darkness: Vanhelga’s “Fredagsmys”

The recently released fifth full-length from Swedish black metal outfit Vanhelga translates to "cozy Friday" and even features whistling.

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Opeth’s Martin Lopez and the Afro-Cuban Bembe

How an Afro-Cuban rhythm shaped the progressive metal band's golden age.

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