song and album streams
Grinding to Death: Estuarine’s “Nyarlathotep” Disintegrates Everything (Early Track Stream…
We unveil a new single DIY playthrough video ("Hooves of Oblivion") for the pithy and powerful new iteration of this Tampa deathgrind project whose new album releases next month.
Torvus Strengthens “The Innate Disease” of Death and Doom Through Cross-Contamination (Ear…
These Virginians meld death, doom, heavy metal, and more into a massive attack on their upcoming album -- stream the whole thing right now.
Wenches: Loud, Belligerent, and “Effin’ Gnarly” (Early Album Stream)
Get loud and angry, it's a Wednesday after all. Stream the Indiana rockers' new album in full and check out an interview with the band.
Bringing “Shitpunk” to the Masses: An Interview with Joe Shit of the Faroe Islands’ Joe an…
One of a select few punk bands in existence on the Faroe Islands, Joe and the Shitboys doesn't shy away from challenging norms, promoting feminism, veganism, and LGBTQ acceptance in a conservative, isolated climate. Check out an interview with frontman Joe Shit and discover "The Reson for …
Entering the Underground #2: Hail The Fiery Steel of Megaton Sword
The Swiss heavy metallers have crafted their own fantasy universe and a dashing, muscular sound to go with it -- Entering the Underground #2 talks to the band about blazing a path to new heights.
Celestial Sanctuary Will “Rid The Gormless” Of Their Guts (Early Track + Video Stream)
Submit yourself to the bludgeoning death metal of Celestial Sanctuary with our track/video premiere for "Rid the Gormless."
Stortregn’s “Nénie” Taps Into Melodic Death Metal’s Source
Adventuring back into the world of "melodeath" has its benefits, like hearing songs like Stortregn's latest single, which is now streaming exclusively ahead of "Impermanence"'s release.
Suffering Hour Twists The Knife On “The Cyclic Reckoning” (Album Review)
Taking what worked and making it better, the Minnesota black/death group follows up with a strong sophomore offering that reinforces their biting vision. Read our review.
Dipygus’ “Bushmeat”: Primitive Death Metal To Chew (And Choke) On (Review + Interview)
The primal, no-frills death metal of California's Dipygus has only increased in vileness, with their new album "Bushmeat" proving to be the most gut-wrenching and well-constructed yet. Read our review and check out an interview with the band.