Dog Fashion Disco - Sweet Nothings
Review by R'Vannith
Babe, is this for real?


Belphegor - Conjuring The Dead
Review by Doc Godin
Have you ever tried to start an epic slow-clap moment in a room full of people, hoping it'll catch on and break into some massive applause, but instead end up standing there like a total dope, beating your hands together in an otherwise totally silent crowd? That's how every Belphegor fan feels when they release something even slightly better than Walpurgis Rites...and so it continues with Conjuring The Dead.


Entombed A.D. - Back To The Front
Review by Doc Godin
Now we have two Entombeds lurking around? Details on this fiasco are vague, but the most obvious scenario is that these guys were ready to do battle metal style...Which is less Braveheart meets Conan The Barbarian, and more of Judge Judy...But Judge Judy on a metal musicians budget for legal representation, which is probably something like Barry Zuckerkorn meets Lionel Hutz. Alas, Alex Hellid packed up his toys and went home, leaving the rest of the Entombed crew to release this as Entombed A.D.. Bad news for Hellid, because Back To The Front slays pretty damn hard.


Accept - Blind Rage
Review by ScreamingSteelUS
Now that Accept have climbed back to the top of their game and swept up the spotlight with a pair of excellent albums, their challenge lies in maintaining their grasp on success. Despite song titles like "Dying Breed," "Fall Of The Empire," and "Final Journey," Blind Rage does not spell the end to Accept's second wind; it is the next chapter.


Chaos Moon - Resurrection Extract
Review by Apothecary
One man bands have more or less always caught my attention, mostly due to the inspiring testaments to individual potential that lurk within them. Many of metal's repeat offenders within this realm of solidarity have kept relatively quiet this year, but now the silence is being broken once more by the little known, though highly accomplished Chaos Moon, beloved offspring of America's very own Alexander "Esoterica" Poole.


Fozzy - Do You Wanna Start A War
Review by Doc Godin
It seems a little too easy picking on a band like Fozzy. The soapbox-contrarian part of me wants to love this album out of spite...But I just can't do it. Do You Wanna Start A War? is about as bland as it gets.


Krokmitën - Omicron-Omega
Review by Doc Godin
Remember when you weren't a miserable prick? Back when the prospect of hearing a new, underground death metal band filled you childish glee, rather than that tired sigh and shrug? Well, here's something nice for your sad little existence ... Krokmitën; a band straddling the line between classic death metal standards and fresh, innovative sounds.


Stormnatt - Omega Therion
Review by Mr. Doctor
Now, after 5 years, Stormnatt has released their third album since their beginnings back in 2000. Almost the same gap was already put between the first two albums and to be perfectly honest, maybe a couple of extra years wouldn't have hurt. Now, there are actually some positive factors and potential here, but after two albums you might expect a bit more.


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Green Carnation: Special Show - Another Night Under The Dam

Norway, Åseral (The Dam)
31 July 2014

Green Carnation
Staff pick
Monolord - Empress Rising
Stoner doom

Equally parts heavy and psychedelic, this early Sabbath-worshiping Swedish trio will rock you with crushing riffs and a fuzzy atmosphere that puts the 420blazeit in Monolord.

Get your toke on right here.

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Galneryus - New Album Release Date And More Confirmed 27.07

More good news from the Far East: power metallers Galneryus have set a release date for their forthcoming album Vetelgyus. The new record will go on sale on September 24th via VAP Records. Select details about the album's contents were also divulged: in all, fans will have eleven new songs to look forward to. (by Ruchesko)   Read more ››
Gigan - Announce North American Tour 27.07

Apart from joining Ulcerate on their tour in Europe accompanied by Wormed and Solace Of Requiem later this year, American technical death metallers Gigan will also headline a North American tour. They will hit the road with Pyrrhon and Artificial Brain as support in September/October on their Interstellar Intellect North American Tour 2014. As for the dates, check them out below. (by BloodTears)   Read more ››
Axenstar - To Release New Album 27.07

Power metallers Axenstar are back with a new album this year! Three years have passed since they released their latest opus Aftermath and the Swedish group has now signed a deal with Inner Wound Recordings. Their new album, titled Where Dreams Are Forgotten, will be released later this year. (by BloodTears)   Read more ››
Five Finger Death Punch - New Lyric Video Released 26.07

Las Vegas metallers Five Finger Death Punch have released a lyric video for their song "Watch You Bleed". The track is taken from their fourth studio album The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1. The record arrived in stores on July 30th, 2013 via Prospect Park with Volume 2 later released in November. Click on the video below to watch it! The band plans to release a new album next year. (by Fallen Ghost)   Read more ››
Clandestine Cuts Vol. 4 Issue #2 - Awesome New Demos and EPs 23.07

Is independent, unsigned, and underground metal what you seek? Weary traveler of the metal world, rest a while here. Clandestine Cuts are the best demos and EPs from these bands, the heart and soul of metal music. These musicians are slaves to their passions, and their blood keeps the metal machine alive and turning. Support them with a simple listen, and discover the future. This issue features music from Megalodoom, Kylfingar, Svengali, Anopheli, Whetstone and The Ralph. (by Nefarious, Abattoir, R Lewis, Troy Killjoy, BloodTears)   Read more ››
Hellfest 2014 - A report! 20.07

So, you wanna know how Hellfest 2014 was (apart of awesome, that is)? (by Darkside Momo, wrathchild, Nefarious)   Read more ››
Agalloch - Gothic Theatre, Englewood, USA - 8 Jul 2014 13.07

I was out of town two years ago when Agalloch played in Denver the last time, so when I first saw that they were scheduled to play at the Gothic Theatre in Englewood, CO (a suburb of Denver) I was actually rather surprised. Are they really that big? Would the thousand plus capacity venue be largely empty? (by D.T. Metal)   Read more ››
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Finally, there it is. Beneath the nuclear glare of a burning sky, amongst the remnants and ruins of buildings and streets that no longer have names... there it is: the army base. Still intact. Still alive? Yes, those random flashes of light are indicative of a functioning generator. There MUST be weapons in there. I'm saved!! I'll survive!! And they will PAY!! But wait, if there is electricity, doesn't that mean the security system is still on? Damn. Listening to Noctiferia's... (by jupitreas)   Read more ››

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The song Giants Lore (Heart of Winter) was inspired by Oscar Wildes' short story: "The Selfish Giant".

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