Civerous’ “Decrepit Flesh Relic” Goes Cave-Diving Between Genres: Review & Early Stream
The Californian black/death act finally unleashes a full-length after multiple tantalizing demos and other teasers, and it's a gloriously malevolent affair. Stream it now ahead of its Friday release.
Mortiferum’s Grisly Death/Doom Metal Is “Preserved in Torment” (Early Album Stream + Interview)
The Washington-based death/doom band is in pristinely disgusting form on their second full-length—stream it now now and check out an interview with the band.
The Silver Cast A “Ward of Roses” In Glittering Starlight (Interview)
Featuring members of Horrendous and Crypt Sermon, The Silver alchemizes extreme metal, progressive metal, and more into a delightfully mysterious debut album. Read an interview with the band.
Succumb’s Ageless Death Metal Makes Its Mark on “XXI” (Review)
Californian death metallers Succumb follow up on their self-titled debut with a potent mix of obliteration and surreal insanity. Read our review.
Scene Dive: Inside Porto’s Tireless Metal Movement
Home to Gaerea, Holocausto Canibal, Névoa, and more, this Portuguese city's metal scene has thrived over the past few decades despite unique challenges. In this feature, we dive into the city's diverse metal culture.
Wolves in the Throne Room Draw From the “Primordial Arcana” of Black Metal (Review)
The American black metal band continues to push the limits on their sound while still fully embodying the ancient spirit of the genre. Read our full review.
“De Doorn”: Amenra’s Piercing Post-Metal Returns (Interview With Colin H. van Eeckhout)
Departing from their "Mass" series of releases, Amenra's newest full-length further sharpens their emotional assault, though it's not quite the same as any previous release. Read an interview with frontman Colin H. van Eeckhout about the new album.