Guitars in Draghkar, Azath, and Serpent Rider. Owner of Nameless Grave Records, and editor of The Highway Corsair print zine.
Oxygen Destroyer’s Death-Thrash Rises Again, “Slaughtering the Guardian Monsters” (Early T…
The Seattle kaiju-obsessed death thrashers drop a ravaging new single; stream it here with our exclusive premiere.
Entering the Underground #5: Feast on Anthropophagous’ Gruesome, Mutated Death Metal
With their full-length debut "Death Fugue" out last month and physical releases on the way, we spoke to the Massachusetts band about their wide-ranging influences and their path so far.
Entering the Underground #4: Herzel’s Debut Full-Length Shatters the Bastions of Heavy Met…
After a well-received demo six years ago, the French heavy metal band Herzel released one of the best heavy metal albums of the year last week. Read an in-depth interview with the band.
“Gothic”: Paradise Lost and the Dawn of a Death/Doom Classic
We reflect on Paradise Lost's sophomore album "Gothic," which ushered in a new sound for death and doom metal, one that's still triumphantly relevant 30 years later.
StarGazer’s “Psychic Secretions” Ooze Menace And Melody (Review)
The long-running Australian avant-garde group's latest full-length demonstrates mastery of their own particular strain of metal: a progressive, destructive, and inimitable force.
Lords of Quarmall Charge out of “Iron Exile” With a Steely Debut Demo (Interview)
The multi-talented Reuben Storey (Christian Mistress, Funerot, Quayde LaHüe) released an independent demo for his new heavy metal project last month that should not be missed -—check out an interview with Reuben.
Entering the Underground #3: Obscene Invades “The Inhabitable Dark”
This edition of Entering the Underground looks at an Indiana death metal band that followed up a promising demo with a devastating full-length—check out an interview with the band.
Deiquisitor’s “Humanoid”-Eradicating Death Metal Bursts Into the Modern Age (Interview)
Denmark's Deiquisitor unleashed a new EP earlier this month that explores technological themes with ripping death metal -- read an interview with the band and hit this murderous release if it hasn't scorched your ears yet.
Entering the Underground #2: Hail The Fiery Steel of Megaton Sword
The Swiss heavy metallers have crafted their own fantasy universe and a dashing, muscular sound to go with it -- Entering the Underground #2 talks to the band about blazing a path to new heights.
Dipygus’ “Bushmeat”: Primitive Death Metal To Chew (And Choke) On (Review + Interview)
The primal, no-frills death metal of California's Dipygus has only increased in vileness, with their new album "Bushmeat" proving to be the most gut-wrenching and well-constructed yet. Read our review and check out an interview with the band.