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Scarefield – A Quiet Country

Scarefield brings us 11 “killer” tracks on their debut album, A Quiet Country; released March 25th, 2024. The duo of  Simone Manuli and Markus Kristoffersson do...

Sahon – Blood Shall Be Paid

South Korea is the home of K-pop (which admittedly I have grown to like), but if you search enough, you can find heavy metal. A few years ago, I searched the Korean...

New Black Metal Worth Your Time

James looks at four new black metal albums that he deems to be worth your time. This article covers everything from raw black metal to folk black metal to black/death...

ScHoolboy Q- BLUE LIPS

The record might not have as good endurance as its predecessors, nor does it have the “big hits and singles,” but honestly despite all that I think it’s better off...

Svdestada – Candela

Anyone who has followed me for a while knows that I'm a sucker for black metal and punk fusions, so when I saw the genre tags for Candela I was immediately intrigued. To...

Slowrepeat – Abra Cannabra

Israel’s Slowrepeat give us an album that’s so fuzzy, distorted, and spacey that it gives the listener the feeling of actually partaking in the devil’s lettuce....

Static-X – Project Regeneration Vol. 2

When Wayne Static died the music world thought that it would never again hear new music with his distinctive approach to vocals, riffs, and electronics. However, in 2018...

Artist Spotlight: SHØWGUN

If you're looking for a new local alternative band characterized by strong vocals and unforgettable guitar riffs, I have some good news. Originating from Temecula,...

Saint Omen – Death Unto My Enemy

The anguished and desperate moments are key moments in the development of the album, as Geroni uses different ways to make each song link to dark and disturbing...

200 Stab Wounds – Slave to the Scalpel

Artist: 200 Stab Wounds Album: Slave to the Scalpel Label: Maggot Stomp Release Date: 12/11/2021 Country: United States Rising death metal stars 200 Stab Wounds have...