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Song of the Week: Omen - Be My Wench

Tired of crushing your enemies, seeing them driven before you and all that? Why not let off some steam with Omen’s Be My Wench? This is top metal cobblers, it’s got a chorus that you’ll never get out of your head and it’s also got the kind of raunchy lyrics that most po-faced modern bands wouldn’t touch with a bargepole. 33 more words


GOATWHORE To Take Part In Metal Blade Records' 35th Anniversary Tour Followed By Spring Trek With Amon Amarth

New Orleans’ GOATWHORE will return to the road later this month as part of Metal Blade Records’ 35th Anniversary Tour alongside labelmates Whitechapel, Cattle Decapitation, Allegaeon, and Necromancing The Stone. 448 more words

The LP Collective

Evocation reveals details for new album, 'The Shadow Archetype'

On March 10th, Evocation will celebrate their return to death metal with the stunning new album, The Shadow Archetype! While honoring their Swedish death metal roots, The Shadow Archetype also adds thrash metal elements to their addictive, heavy sound. 479 more words


Visions ov Hell: Sourvein - "Avian Dawn"

Sourvein. If you know, then nothing else needs to be said. For everyone else, Sourvein is a sludge/doom juggernaut from North Carolina that has been around since 1992 but have never really had the kind of acclaim they should have. 428 more words

Daily Heresy

SISTER's "Stand Up, Forward, March!"

Originally posted in Valkyrian Music.

SISTER’s debut “Hated” is a sleaze punk treat. Then for their sophomore “Disguised Vultures” they went heavier and wilder. 272 more words

Cd Reviews

Good Tiger are back in the studio

Good Tiger are back in the studio to record their sophomore full-length for Blacklight Media / Metal Blade Records! With Forrester Savell (Karnivool, Dead Letter Circus) as their producer and Adam Nolly Getgood (Devin Townsend, Periphery) as their engineer, the group’s upcoming, untitled album will be released in summer 2017. 37 more words


Children of Bodom- We Worshiped Chaos!

The night was cold, a chilly one in Orange County’s music Venue, The Observatory. This place was packed loaded with metalheads that were in the venue to witness a magnificent and talented display of musicians. 811 more words

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