The Brazilian black metal giants are back with their first album in 17 years. Check out “Weighing Heart Ceremony” from Protogoni Mavri Magiki Dynasteia.
It’s time to go back, folks. It’s time to wade way, way back into the primordial ooze and sift out a hallowed blast from the past in this exclusive album stream of GreyHaze Records’ reissue of Mystifier’s Wicca. The Brazilian black metal legends released Wicca in 1992, and although it has been rereleased a handful…
Craven Idol‘s third album, Forked Tongues is the old-school extreme metal album you need.
Fans of Greek black metal, rejoice! On November 30, Cult Never Dies will be releasing a new biography of the legendary Rotting Christ.
United Forces was a zine that ran from 1986-1991 out of Brazil and covered the early development of extreme metal, a new book compiles all the issues so readers can get the whole picture.
Come inhale the swampened black-doom vapors emanating from Evocation of the Black Marsh, the debut full length from Florida’s one-man band, Worm (USA).
Check out some bestial Chilean shred with this full album stream of Hades Archer’s brand new full length, Temple of the Impure.
Check out this candid interview with Belgium’s cult weirdos, Perverted Ceremony—and stream their debut full length, Sabbat of Behezaël, out now on Nuclear War Now! Productions.
The latest installment of Dayal Patterson’s series on black metal is a paradise for genre obsessives.
Heads up, Charm City: Decibel will infiltrate Maryland Deathfest like a leprous plague from May 26th to May 29th. Come visit Decibel’s booth Friday through Sunday, within screaming distance of the Edison Lot.
Because every day another band records another song. Because 83% of those songs are unlistenable and you can’t be bothered to sift through the dreck. Because metal is about not giving a shit and waking your own personal storm. Because this post was up last week for about a minute, but you didn’t see it,…
In the boundless quest to distinguish one’s band from metal’s ever-growing pack, comes another new sub-genre, given birth by Vancouver’s Auroch. Referring to themselves as “Lovecraftian death metal,” the trio is set to release their debut full-length From Forgotten Worlds via Poland’s Hellthrasher Productions. The band’s debut, which follows a spate of five demos that…