Into the Unknown: Siberian Black Metallers Ultar Unleash “Beyond the Wall of Sleep”
Stream the blistering penultimate track from the outfit's upcoming sophomore full-length "Pantheon MMXIX."
Stacked: Five Unmissable Bands on the Northwest Terror Fest 2019 Lineup
We highlight five bands playing this year's installment of NWTF (from Thantifaxath to Thou and more) -- even if you can't make it this time, the lineup makes one hell of a playlist.
Worth Fighting For: King Apathy’s Latest Album “Wounds” Aims to Heal
We explore King Apathy's latest album, released last month, in light of their past releases: the band's elements of black metal, post-metal, and crust have finally found fusion.
Dead to a Dying World Talks Upcoming Album “Elegy” and Unveils New Track “Empty Hands, Hol…
Powerful new single streaming now; also, we chat with guitarists Sean Mehl and James Magruder and viola player Eva Vonne about their band's latest and most wide-ranging creation.
Akasha’s Sonic Destruction Forever “Enthroned in Catacombs”
Check out a new lyric video for the fourth track "Enthroned in Catacombs" from the black metal project's upcoming debut full-length.
Jamming with Jenna, Round #4: My Battle with Black Metal
In this edition of her column, Jenna reflects on her recent encounters with extreme ideology in the black metal scene and how it, in turn, affects the genre's impact on non-extremists.
Black Metal’s Bleak Edge: Précipices Stays Sharp on “Seulement le Monde”
This Quebecois duo just unveiled their debut full-length, exercising serious form and function with a layer of blackgaze dramatics.
Violet Cold Goes Completely “kOsmik” on Latest Full-Length
Solo post-everything project Violet Cold surprised-released a new album this Valentine's Day -- here's our look at how it measures up.
On the Side: Metal Artists Whose Secondary Projects Span Genres
Here are five noteworthy and genre-blending offshoots from musicians we typically associate with their more metal-oriented projects.
Going Solo: Mark Morton’s “Anesthetic” (Interview)
Lamb of God guitarist Mark Morton's solo album releases on March 1 -- we chat with Morton about the project, the collaborators, and his artistic vision for metal and non-metal alike.