There's been a lot more killer heavy metal released this year than any of us have had time to acknowledge or appreciate. Ted Nubel delves into the year's releases to highlight five doom metal albums worthy of taking a fresh look at -- when sanity allows.
New death metal? New death metal. This Swedish outfit will release their first full-length in seven years next month -- stream the album's closing song now which features a guest solo by Nile guitarist Karl Sanders.
IO Editor-in-Chief Andrew Rothmund moonlights as a show photographer (well, not right now of course) -- he's gathered his favorite images from 2019 onward (incl. Bell Witch, Heilung, Sleep, Cattle Decapitation, and more) to help rekindle memories and sensations of being right there.