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Prog rock/ metal quartet, Anciients, are pleased to announce that they are streaming their Season of Mist debut, Heart of Oak in its entirety. Crafting songs as nuanced and expressive as the range of human emotion, Anciients never eschew their hard rock/heavy metal roots. With tracks such as ‘Raise the Sun’, ‘Falling in Line’, ‘The [...]
KEN mode are veteran Canadian noise rockers, Jesse and Shane Matthewson, and whichever bassist they fancy at the time. KEN mode are named for a Henry Rollins quote, KEN being an acronym of Kill Everyone Now, and that is a perfect lead into what they’re about. Brutality, violence and bile. Entrench is the band’s fifth [...]
Following their critically acclaimed album, Spiral Shadow, sludge five-piece KYLESA have announced the title and release date of their forthcoming album. One of the most anticipated hard rock releases of 2013, Ultraviolet will be released 28th May. Laura Parsons, guitarist for the Savannah-based band, discusses the differences between the latest and the fortcoming releases: ‘Whereas [...]
It’s been 600 years since a Pope retired. The Church is under worldwide fire for countless abuses of power. Seems there has never been a better time for Rotting Christ to drop a new album. Kata Ton Daimona Eaytoy (Do What Thou Wilt) is a perfect dark companion to a turbulent time; combining the melody [...]
There’s never too much of a good thing. Rotten Sound has released countless splits and EPs since their inception, and their latest, Species At War, delivers all the crush, with some nice pace changes that will more than whet your appetite for the next full-length. In an eight minute span, Rotten Sound goes from the [...]
Lillie: F65 is the first new album from Saint Vitus in 17 years. It is the also the first in 22 years to feature legendary singer Scott ‘Wino’ Weinrich. The album is named after a powerful downer that according to Wino, guitarist Dave Chandler used to be fond of. Right from the off the album [...]
Metal is everywhere. When I was a kid, I thought it was just what they had at the record store, until I started tape trading and found out Venom was more than just something from a snakebite. My latest aural journey takes me to the Ukraine for the heavy, brooding sounds of Drudkh. Their latest [...]