Ulver Confirm New Album + Share New Single “Russian Doll” (Music Video)
Black metal turned trip-hop turned synthpop legends Ulver have officially confirmed a new album for this year, and the first taste is ”Russian Doll.”
MDF 2020 Pre-Fest Announced, Including Demilich (Who Also Play Finnfest)
Tickets are on sale.
Grey Skies Fallen Talk How Opeth, My Dying Bride, Death & Blood Incantation Influenced New…
NYC metal lifer Rick Habeeb has stories to tell. Read about the ten albums that influenced his band's new Dan Swano-mastered album (which features members of Artificial Brain, Revocation, and Buckshot Facelift), hear a new track, and check them out at one of their three upcoming shows.
Mortiis Re-interpreting 1994 LP, Announces 2020 US Tour Dates
"I had to fend off a lot of demons to get to this point. They'll be back, they always come back, but at least my vision is no longer clouded..."
Prophecy Fest set times (win tix!) ++ join the IO email list, catch Alcest on tour
Alcest arrives in North America before Halloween as they make their way to Prophecy Fest in Brooklyn, which we're presenting and giving away tickets to. You can now also join our email list.
Huntress singer Jill Janus dies of apparent suicide
”A longtime sufferer of mental illness, she took her own life outside of Portland, Oregon,” Jill's family and bandmates said in a statement to Blabbermouth.
Randy Rampage (D.O.A., Annihilator), RIP
Randy was a founding member of Canadian hardcore legends D.O.A. and he sang lead on two Annihilator albums, including their debut.
death metal vets Pestilence’s tour cancelled after racism accusation
The tour was cancelled after MetalSucks ran the article ”Pestilence’s Patrick Mameli Scolds Facebook Follower with a Racist Slur, Propagates Jewish Stereotypes, Defends Donald Trump and Fox News.” Mameli responded and denied the accusations...
Suicidal Tendencies (with Ben Weinman) played their debut in full at House of Vans (pics, …
Suicidal Tendencies (with The Dillinger Escape Plan's Ben Weinman and Slayer's Dave Lombardo in the band) performed their 1983 debut in its entirety, with support from fellow hardcore vets Killing Time.
Isis reuniting as “Celestial” to honor Caleb Scofield (update: livestream it)
Cave In, Pelican and Old Man Gloom & 27 are also on the bill.