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Album Review: Leviathan - "Scar Sighted"

If you’re interested in judging Jef Whitehead for his checkered past, this is not your forum. As I like to separate the art from the artist—and also am in no way qualified to discuss the negatives that have plagued his life—I’m going to use this space to focus on his latest work as his black metal alter-ego, Wrest, for the one-man project, … 621 more words

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Retrospective: Evoken's "Atra Mors"

Perfection. It’s elusive. It can take a lifetime. Fortunately for us, the guys in Evoken have been refining their craft for over 20 years now (first as Funerus then as Asmodeus and, since 1994, under their current moniker). 883 more words

Daily 'Bang

Daily 'Bang: Check out the new Leviathan song, "All Tongues Toward"

Like all other good metalheads, I needed to drop what I was doing (sorry, boss!) and share the new Leviathan song, “All Tongues Toward”—their first in nearly four years. 148 more words

Daily 'Bang

In Rotation: Castevet - Obsidan (2013)

A casual glimpse through Castevet’s online reviews makes it abundantly obvious that no one quite knows how to pigeon-hole this band. So rather than label them ‘Ambient Post Blackened Prog Core Math Metal’ let’s just call the ‘FUCKING AWESOME’. 106 more words

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Best of 2014 - Dan's List, Part Seven

Friday at last! It’s time for the final installment of the un-ordered section of my Best-of-’14 list. As we’ve made (hopefully) painfully clear over the past few days, our Final Fours (otherwise known as the yes-ordered section of my Best-of-’14 list) will be out later this afternoon in Episode 33 of the podcast. 535 more words

Dan

Interview with Artificial Brain

If you’re a fan of technical death metal and haven’t checked out Artificial Brain’s 2014 debut LP, Labyrinth Constellation, you have been doing it wrong this year. 1,330 more words

Death Metal

Retrospective: Morne's "Shadows"

As the seasons change, so do I. A large part of that is reflected in the music I listen to; the thrash and melodic death metal sounds that fill my summer and autumn have yielded to the darkened depths of winter, where the soundtrack tends to be of the black and doom metal varieties. 408 more words

Corey