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For those impatient folks amongst us, Kvelertak’s new album, Meir, is available for streaming. Merely days before the official release of Meir, The Quietus are exclusively streaming the album in full. The critically acclaimed album, produced by Converge’s Kurt Ballou,is available to stream here. Guitarist Bjarte Lund Bolland is excited about the forthcoming release, saying [...]
Swiss act, Colossus Fall, released their debut EP, Sempervirens, in 2012 and are pleased to announce that it has already been reissued. The debut release from the stoner/ sludge/ hardcore/ metal band is now available on CD and digitally at the band’s webstore. The current line up of Colossus Fall joined forces in 2012 after [...]
D-beat hardcore is awesome. But D-beat hardcore with some metal and sludge is even better! That’s how I would describe Baptists’ new album Bushcraft – an offering full of attitude, energy and some twists and turns that will keep you racing down the highway at break neck speed. For some reason, I equate certain types [...]
Following their recent tour with Converge, Touch Amore and A Storm Of Light, The Secret return for a European tour with Deafheaven, proving themselves to be an unstoppable force. Formed in 2003, The Secret, with their incendiary brew of blasting and metallic hatred, took the musical world by storm by growing sonically more caustic and [...]
Just when you thought Download wasn’t looking good enough this year, a whopping 37 more bands have been announced to join headliners Slipknot, Iron Maiden and Rammstein at what promises to be THE biggest weekend in the rock calendar on 14-16 June 2013. Donington Park shall be squeezing the best of rock and metal onto [...]
You don’t often get two times to experience something… for the first time. If you can get your brain around that first sentence, then you will just love getting your ears AND eyes wrapped up in Pig Destroyer’s latest senses-altering masterpiece of fury. Book Burner is as enlightening as it is incendiary; pushing the boundaries [...]
When it comes to describing Converge to anyone, it will often include all sorts of overblown hyperbole. I’ve fallen victim to this myself in the past. Let’s leave all the macho posturing at the door, forget mentioning that it sounds like the soundtrack to the apocalypse and actually listen. Whilst All We Love We Leave [...]