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My name is Chris and I’m addicted to the new Whitechapel album. It all started out innocently enough. I saw it there in my inbox: ‘New Promo Materials – Whitechapel”. I thought I could handle it. I’d tried a bit before, I’m not a massive Deathcore fan or any musical genre ending in core that [...]
On that fateful day when Howard Carter first gazed through a small opening at the entrance to Tutankhamen’s tomb, he was asked excitedly, ‘Do you see anything?!’ Mr. Carter replied; ‘Yes…wonderful things’. As a metal fan and archaeology major, we should thank Karl Sanders (and the Egyptian gods) for Nile. Pursuing music and history with [...]
There are metal bands that spew out the words ‘brutal’ or just curse a lot as they craft ‘metal for the masses’. And then there is Dying Fetus – a band that defines extreme in every possibly way including delivery, talent and sociopolitical views. Reign Supreme is yet another stellar release in a long line [...]
Just when I thought the year was coming to a quiet and serene close as far as metal was concerned, I got my hands on a copy of Pyrrhon’s latest album An Excellent Servant But A Terrible Master. With one listen, my brain was thoroughly warped and fried – and my holidays were just turned [...]
Once again I’m getting overly excited at the quality of free tracks that we have the opportunity to share with you guys. Today we feature one of the most exciting prospects on the Progressive Death Metal front, Betraeus – As featured in THE GUARDIAN where they were described as “Like Yes and Death doing the [...]
Decapitated is one of the biggest bands in the world of metal, with Vogg leading the charge. I was able to catch up with him and ask about the new album, Carnival is Forever. Vogg is as gracious as he is informative and his passion came through in spades! First of all, thank you so [...]
If you name your band after the most badass galactic villain in history, you need to back it up. Vader has been putting out Death Star worthy material for over 20 years – and unlike the Star Wars prequels, their most recent effort is one of the best of their career. Welcome to the Morbid [...]