Massacre has some big names in its lineup. These guys have been with some of the most well known death metal bands; Death and Obituary being the standouts. It’s been 18 years since their last LP, but they did put out an EP in 2012.
A country that is not known for having a mass selection of metal, a group from Russia are daring to try and make a name for themself. The band I was introduced to by another record label goes by the name of Rainwill. The quintet thrashs, grinds, and gives us so many tunes to headbang to.
The glimmering light I was hoping for back in January has appeared finally. My list is officially halfway through. Dutch Symphonic Sextet, Epica, have released their first single and lyric video titled, The Essence Of Silence.
What if I told you something lurking from beneath has risen after 20 years? And what if this unknown thing is full of darkness, evil and brutality? No, I am not talking about a horror film of course, I am talking about Cradle Of Filth‘s re-release of their debut demo entitled, Total Fucking Darkness.
The universe of Heavy Metal is in buzz right now. I as well as everyone else have slowly digested the shocking bit of news that the reigning Queen of death and growl, Angela Gossow, has stepped down from her throne in Arch Enemy and passed on her crown to her replacement, Alissa White-Gluz.
Entartung is a two man black metal band from Europe. If you haven’t heard of them, it’s because this is only their sophomore piece. But boy have you been missing out (so have I) because this is some of the most piercing evil black metal that’s hit my ears this year so far.
The Nominess for this year’s 2014 Revolver Golden Gods Awards, have been announced. The Golden God Awards, is the only awards show of it’s kind to be dedicated to solely Heavy Metal and Hard Rock music, as well as being broadcasted live on television.
One of the worlds longest running Gothic metal acts, German quintet, Crematory, have recently released their latest album, titled, Antiserum. This is the band’s twelfth album and is the follow up to 2010’s Infinity.
You can now consider Toronto, Canada a place of epic journey through snow sheeted peaks as it serves as the home for Primalfrost. The epic melodic death metal band is in fact a one-man project. The mastermind behind it, Dean Paul Arnold, takes influence from bands such as Ensiferum, Immortal and Moonsorrow.