We conducted an extensive full-band interview with Cirith Ungol whose first full-length in 29 years (yes, you read that right) hits shelves tomorrow. It's called "Forever Black," and heavy metal doesn't get much more ultimate than this.
The definitive book on the formative years of Bay Area thrash is now a documentary -- as director Adam Dubin describes, “[this is] not a Metallica movie, it's a movie with Metallica in it." Screening dates and our extensive interview are inside.
We get deep (and hilarious) with Scalzi about the newest Slough Feg album, the project's tenth full-length to date and a real rocker if there ever was one, out today. Bonus: live shots from their recent Philly set.
We celebrate the two-decade mark for Mr. Bungle's final full-length: "It made the complex seem effortless, in contrast to their earlier work which make the difficult sound laborious, and it transports you to a world where the impossible manifests."