Six Six Sweven: “The Eternal Resonance” is Death Metal Perfection, Plus One
Robert Andersson of Morbus Chron named his new project after the now-defunct band's greatest album, and for a damn good reason: Sweven's "The Eternal Resonance" one-ups anything you can throw at it. Here's our in-depth review.
Spectral Lore and Mare Cognitum Go Full Supernova on “Wanderers: Astrology of the Nine”
The combined forces of two pioneering solo black metal outfits detail the solar system in a two-hour voyage -- we delve into the journey and dissect what makes this split such a cosmic success.
The Black Metal Albums That Ruled February 2020
We load up our quad-barreled review bazooka and blow apart the four best black metal albums released last month to see what their insides look like.
Progressive Minds, Granite Spirits: 2019 Prog-Rock Albums That Seriously Ruled
We're listening to progressive rock. Why? Because it kicks goddamn ass. Here are a bunch of prog-rock albums released last year we feel deserve all the praise and attention in the world.
Malokarpatan’s Proggy Theater Blossoms on Upcoming Third Album “Krupinské ohne”
We've got the opening song streaming now from Malokarpatan's upcoming third full length, out later next month -- dive into this dizzying, prog-filled epic.
Ihsahn’s Black Metal Interpretation Hits the Mark on the “Telemark” EP
Here's a super-deep dive into Ihsahn's latest release, a three song + two cover EP named after the black metal and prog mastermind's hometown in Norway. What sort of black metal return-to-form does this EP turn out to be?
Kvelertak’s “Splid” is Rowdy Fun and Slightly Dangerous
The latest release from these Norwegian rockers is slick, savory rock-'n'-roll with a gnarly attitude and plenty of punk, prog, and metal thrown in because why the hell not? Here's our full review.
I’m Listening to Death Metal #11: Cannibal Corpse and the Impossible Burden of Legacy
Langdon unfolds the complex tapestry of Cannibal Corpse's music and history, a genre-defining legend of a band not without its own surges and tribulations.
Death Metal for the Mind: Odious Mortem Tap Into Senses Unknown on “Synesthesia”
We deep-dive into Odious Mortem's comeback album -- it's been more than a decade since this death metal outfit's last release, but the wait was worth it. Very worth it.
My Autism: Imagine a Hose Hissing Hot Color Pressed to Your Face
How one mind on the spectrum works to achieve self-understanding, the understanding of others, and at-oneness with the vivid truths of life's heavy journey.