So Grim, So True, So Real: Coheed and Cambria
We dissect the masterful prog of Coheed and Cambria for this almighty resurrection of So Grim, So True, So Real, our trident-stab into the guts of storied bands and their sprawling discographies.
Atræ Bilis Splits Skulls in “A Ceremony of Sectioning”
Brutally technical and inventive, Canadian death metal outfit Atræ Bilis wields strength and dexterity on their debut full-length -- check out the closing track now.
Sepulchral Curse’s “Swarming Blackness” Stings Like Death Metal Bees
We've got a ripper of a new song from Finnish death metal outfit Sepulchral Curse -- their upcoming release "Only Ashes Remain" hits shelves at the end of next month.
Metal Shoebox #3: Rick Owen of Video Nasties
The UK-based horror metal band's bassist stopped by to pair some of his favorite sneakers to kickass metal albums.
The New Drops of Heart Song “Escapist” Discards Melodeath Complacency
On their second full-length, this Russian melodic death metal outfit proves capable and powerful -- stream the new single "Escapist" from the upcoming album "Stargazers" now.
Complicated, Evolved Terrors Lurk within Asian Death Crustacean’s “Baikal V”
Extreme metal meets jazz in this unforgettably-named combination, offering up the fifth segment of their upcoming album "Baikal" -- stream it now.
Metal Shoebox #2: Ash Gray of Venom Prison
Venom Prison guitarist Ash Gray walks us through his favorite sneakers and pairs them with a ton of kickass metal.
Witnesses’ “Doom II” is Doom Deconstructed with a Vision (Album Premiere)
Witnesses bleeds with doom's essence on their upcoming full-length (premiering here in full) -- the project creates abstract art from massive arrangements with plenty of ambiance.
From Lows and Loss Comes Dismalimerence’s “My Only Love”
We're streaming a sky-reaching new song from the Chicago black metal project Dismalimerence.
Metal Shoebox #1: Chris Smith of Narakah and Grey Aria Design Studio
Here's the first in a series on the crossover between sneakerheads and metalheads -- check out photos from graphic artist and Narakah guitarist/vocalist Chris Smith's collection, plus his take on musical pairings.