Agnostic Front - The American Dream Died
Review by deadone
Agnostic Front are back and they're pissed. The American Dream Died and the New York hardcore crew are here to spread the word with a veritable kitchen sink of aggressive heavy music centred on hardcore traditions they helped pioneer over thirty years ago.


Chaos Divine - Colliding Skies
Review by R'Vannith
The most absorbing aspect of Colliding Skies is that it's a densely textured record in view of its smooth and approachable sound. In instrumentation, every aspect sets a well defined and accessible trajectory in progressive metal. It is a melodic vehicle for expressive vocal arrangements which project an emphasis that readily uplift the listening experience. Above all else, Australia's Chaos Divine surely aim for consistency in this latest effort.


Subversion - Animi
Review by R'Vannith
In execution, Animi is a style in disarray.


Simbiose - Trapped
Review by Ilham
Who the hell ever complains about grindcore songs being too long?


Domovoyd - Domovoyd
Review by Apothecary
If you've been paying attention to metal coming out of Finland, especially in the past five years, you'd know that the country has seen a considerable increase in the presence of psychedelic bands within the context of the genre. In 2013, Domovoyd proved themselves as willing to get in on this action with their debut, and in 2015, they're looking to solidify their status as formidable within it, an effort at which they certainly succeed.


Nightwish - Endless Forms Most Beautiful
Review by Susan
Short answer: Yeah, it's really great. Long answer:


Dekadent - Veritas
Review by ScreamingSteelUS
Have you ever wondered what it would sound like if Anaal Nathrakh were a bit more like Devin Townsend? Well, you have now.


Hate - Crusade:Zero
Review by ScreamingSteelUS
It's easy to forget about Hate. You could very easily forget that you saw them opening for Overkill, of all bands, a few years back. You could just as easily forget that you were supposed to review their new album a couple of months ago. You might even forget that they opened for Vader ten feet in front of your face two hours ago.


Impellitteri - Release Video For New Song 28.03

Frontiers Music Srl will release the brand new Impellitteri studio album, entitled Venom, on April 17th in Europe and April 21st in North America. A new video for the album's title track "Venom" can be seen below. Enjoy the new material from the American heavy metallers. The band hasn't released a new album in a few years. What did you think of the song? (by Bad English)   Read more ››
Mardelas - Release New Video 28.03

Japanese heavy metallers Mardelas have released a video for the song "Eclipse", the opening track from their upcoming debut album Mardelas I. Originally the solo project of ex-Destrose frontwoman Marina Hebishii, Mardelas was expanded to a four-piece with the additions of guitarist Kikyo Oikawa (Screaming Symphony) and Light Bringer's rhythm section. The video can be viewed at your leisure below. (by Ruchesko)   Read more ››
Aborted - Announce North American Tour 28.03

Belgium extreme metallers Aborted are pleased to announce their return to North America. This time the band will be co-headlining with Fit For An Autopsy and Archspire, supported by Dark Sermon and with one more band to be announced. This one month long trek will be the Aborted's first full tour across North America in support of their latest album, The Necrotic Manifesto, released back in April, 2014. Check out the confirmed dates below the official tour flyer. (by Abattoir)   Read more ››
At The Gates - To Tour Australia And Latin America 28.03

At The Gates are touring hard in support of their latest (comeback) release At War With Reality, and are currently performing on the grounds of North America. Additionally, the band confirmed another set of tour dates. First they will be heading out to Latin America in the first half of September and afterwards the band will return to the shores of Australia in October/November. (by Abattoir)   Read more ››
The Moth Gatherer - New Album On The Way, Streaming Short Teaser 28.03

The Swedish sludge/post-metal creators The Moth Gatherer have a new album on the way, and today they have released a short teaser, now available for streaming on YouTube player below. This teaser presents a part of the "Pale Explosions" song. The follow-up to the debut installment A Bright Celestial Light will be entitled The Earth Is The Sky, and will see its release later this year via Agonia Records. (by Abattoir)   Read more ››
Getting Into: Manowar 29.03

The articles in this series begun by our own Baz Anderson are designed to give a brief overview of a band's entire discography, so as to provide a clear point of entry for the uninitiated. It offers a different approach from the typical review format, for the curious newcomer to a well-traveled band. Manowar Heavy/power metal USA Manowar helped kick off the American power metal scene back in the '80s with their self-referential bombast and overdriven melodic metal. While their fame stems as much from their seemingly-blissful goofiness (andů 'memorable' artwork) as from their... (by ScreamingSteelUS)   Read more ››
Doro & Archer - Bluebird Theater, Denver, CO USA - 11 Mar 2015 19.03

There are women in metal and then there is Doro! The fan crowned Metal Queen held the scepter high and proud the other day in Denver, CO and proved once again why she more than deserves this title. (by D.T. Metal)   Read more ››
MS Awards 2014 - Staff Picks!! 17.03

Finally the end of the 2014 Metal Storm Awards! (by Darkside Momo)   Read more ››
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The Browning - Hypernova (2013)

The Browning is an electro/deathcore fusion band from here in the states. A lot of people seem to hate them. I don't. I mean a catchy song is a catchy song and The Browning writes catchy songs. Hell, they were so catchy on Burn This World (their debut) it ended up being one of my favorite discs of 2011. And I have impeccable taste. Shit was different back then. This is more of the same from these guys, but somehow that "the same" seems a good measure worse now. Their formula is simple.... (by wormdrink414)   Read more ››

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In the song "Water" (from Nation) Derrick is playing a bass guitar which was a gift from Jason Newsted (Metallica, Flotsam & Jetsam).

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