On their Hellcat debut, Civet is out to maim, scar and ultimately kill with anyone who has ever tried to mess with them.
Once upon a time (about five years ago), two bands came together as one and released an EP on which everyone collaborated. Those two bands were The Casket Lottery and Small Brown Bike.
I only knew Chesterfield as a brand of cigarettes, but after having heard “Death Grip” I can tell you that the band Chesterfield is equally lethal as cigarette smoke.
Death Vessel is the latest techmetal band to emerge from Sweden. Oh no, wait… it’s actually Joel Thibodeau’s project. You know… the guy that sings like a little girl?
What does a band do when it loses one of its key members? Call it a day and maybe start another band sooner or later or replace said member?
In between all the breakdown-laden metalcore, self-indulgent indie rock and serious singer/songwriter music I’m subjected to on a daily basis, I’m happy to find an unpretentious poppunk release e
After The Burial are the latest entry in the whole tech-metal/death metal scene and on “Rareform” they prove they’ve got the technical skills to blend right in.
War Of Ages play that typical metalcore with Gothenburg leanings which is not exactly something that makes you stand out these days.
For over 15 years Pro-Pain has been cranking out their mix of hardcore and metal and they have been doing a really good job of it even though every album sounded exactly the same.
The new Metallica album. For metalheads this is actually bigger news than who will win the presidential elections in the US.