Invisible Oranges Staff
Upcoming Metal Releases: 2/9/20 — 2/15/20
All the new metal releasing between February 9th to February 15th , 2020 -- spin (or skip) new music from Ihsahn, Kvelertak, Dzö-nga, Suicide Silence, and more.
Album Artwork From 2019 Worth Worshipping
We pick a handful of our favorite album cover artworks to unabashedly worship, ones we consider top-tier visualizations of the metal spirit and generally just fucking awesome.
January 2020 Release Roundup
In which some Invisible Oranges staff jump into the pit with their favorite releases from the first month of a new decade. Here's some top-shelf picks from a top-notch month of releases.
Upcoming Metal Releases: 2/2/20 — 2/8/20
All the new metal releasing between February 2nd and February 8th, 2020 -- spin (or skip) new music from Sepultura, Svart Crown, Sylosis, and more.
Upcoming Metal Releases: 1/26/20 — 2/1/2020
All the new metal releasing between January 26th and February 1st, 2020 -- spin (or skip) new music from Monolithe, Obsidian Tongue, Panopticon, and more, plus some surprise/overlooked releases, all to round out the first month of 2020.
Mortiis, TOMB, and Magick Potion Bewitched Chicago (Live Review + Photos)
The dungeon synth overlord, a ritualized industrial black metal troupe, and power ambient duo cast spells on Reggie's Rock Club this past January 25th.
Upcoming Metal Releases: 1/19/20 — 1/25/20
All the new metal releasing between January 19th and January 25th, 2020 -- spin (or skip) new music from Sivyj Yar, Thy Catafalque, Acid Mammoth, Bohren & Der Club of Gore, and more.
Yatra Reveal “Blood Will Flow” From “Blood of the Night” (Listen)
Maryland trio Yatra have dropped a new track from new album "Blood of the Night" which finds them taking the trad-doom-meets-harsh-screams approach of their debut into sludgier, more muscular territory.
Entry Level: Tamás Kátai Discovers Stormwitch
The Thy Catafalque multi-instrumentalist reflects on his heavy metal roots.
Writers’ Choice: 11 Top Metal Albums of 2019 + 73 Other Surefire Bangers
We crunched the numbers across our individual year-end lists and arrived at #1; then we said "fuck it" and "all these albums rule," so here those are in one handy spot.