Friends of Hell Honor Their Doomed Origins on “Friends of Hell” (Early Track Stream + Interview)
Friends of Hell's (ex-Reverend Bizarre, ex-Electric Wizard) self-titled track on their self-titled debut summons all their unholy riff-finding might.
Obey Midnight’s Vile Decree: “Let There Be Witchery” (Interview)
We talked to Midnight mastermind Athenar about the band's fifth full length album, out today.
Sundown’s Rusted Melodic Punk Has Got to “Keep Moving” (Early Album Stream)
The Indianapolis quartet releases their debut album this Friday, which taps into nostalgic sounds and unexplored territories alike. Stream it here.
Voivod’s Stars Align Again on “Synchro Anarchy” (Review)
The Canadian progressive metal band has changed and evolved numerous times, and "Synchro Anarchy" exemplifies the best of their modern era.
The Crushing Heights of “Erebos” Reflect Venom Prison’s Evolution (Interview)
We spoke to guitarist Ash Gray about Venom Prison's latest album "Erebos," which shows the band developing their sound further and reaching new depths of intricate darkness.
Mass Worship’s Dismal Riffs Burst Forth from “Portal Tombs” (Interview)
We interviewed drummer Fred Forsberg about the Swedish metal/hardcore band's new record, which features guest contributions from members of Napalm Death, At the Gates, and Katatonia.
Fernwah’s Psychedelically-Fueled Death Metal Is Rapidly “Approaching Oblivion” (Review)
This delightfully strange New Jersey death metal project is as much influenced by classic progressive rock as it is by death metal's eviscerating legacy. Read our full review.
Fulci, Horror-Obsessed Death Metallers, Hear the “Voices” of the Dead (Video Premiere)
We're premiering the chilling-and-campy video for this Italian death metal band's track “Voices," off their recent full-length "Exhumed Information". If you need a brief brush with death in video form, look no further.
Møl’s Riveting “Diorama” of Black Metal and Shoegaze (Interview)
We spoke to Møl guitarist Nicolai Hansen about their latest album "Diorama."
Khemmis Strikes Down the “Deceiver” With Skillful, Intricate Doom (Album Review)
The Denver band's fourth album continues their melodic, intense, and slightly fantastical approach to doom metal. Read our full review here.