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GWAR Announces “30 Years Of Total Domination” Tour

…right, GWAR is going to kick the Internet’s ass; if they can ever stop jerking off to porn long enough to find it. Pustulus is none too pleased about the situation, having this to say while “taking 5” from his weekly schedule of drawing dicks on bible pages… “I’ve survived prisons, gulags, religious protests, surfing a crucial wave on D-Day, and even an ISIS spaghetti dinner, so this is nothing. Bring it on! GWAR is coming!, Where is Baltimore?”…

VIRGIN STEELE Changes New Album Title

…ee different covers — as a standard 1CD version (the gargoyle cover), 2CD digipak version (the angel cover), 2LP gatefold version (the flute playing skeleton cover) — and as a digital download. Comments VIRGIN STEELE singer David DeFeis: “Our new album, which is called Nocturnes Of Hellfire & Damnation, is not a concept album per se, but there is a through line that connects the tracks. The lyrics essentially deal with relationship issues, and by…

HELLOWEEN: New Song “Lost In America” Now Streaming

…a complete new look on the other, just like we did it the years before, working on a HELLOWEEN artwork. “A first inspiration came from the album title, My God-Given Right, and some of the song titles, like ‘Swing Of A Fallen World’, ‘Lost In America’, ‘Battle’s Won’, etc. During my research, I stumbled upon the blockbuster ‘Day After Tomorrow’ and the idea of just leaving the world to the ‘pumpkins’ was born. “The most challenging part of this art…

CRADLE OF FILTH Reveal New Album Artwork

…ur Berzinsh explains his artwork and concepts: “In terms of mood, I was looking for the inspiration of this set in the spirit of Faustian romanticism, the ambivalent art of renaissance that reanimated motives of pagan mythology after the Middle Ages, and, of course, the darkly beautiful and charming spirit of Goetia traditions that is filled with the atmosphere of hermetical rituals. “My personal conceptual leitmotif that inspires me is a conflict…

HELLOWEEN Issues Lyric Video For “Battle’s Won”

…a complete new look on the other, just like we did it the years before, working on a HELLOWEEN artwork. “A first inspiration came from the album title, My God-Given Right, and some of the song titles, like ‘Swing Of A Fallen World’, ‘Lost In America’, ‘Battle’s Won’, etc. During my research, I stumbled upon the blockbuster ‘Day After Tomorrow’ and the idea of just leaving the world to the ‘pumpkins’ was born. “The most challenging part of this art…

Impellitteri โ€“ Spitting Venom

…court in the halls of heavy metal. There’s just something magical about striking the right chord through a tremendous amplifier or listening to a blistering lead break that connects musicians to their audience. During the 1970’s, Chris Impellitteri caught this bug and began his love affair with hard rock and heavy metal – which would lead him into the realm of AC/DC cover bands, Vice, and eventually starting his own band namesake Impellitteri as a…

HELLOWEEN Reveals โ€œMy God-Given Rightโ€ Track Listing

…a complete new look on the other, just like we did it the years before, working on a HELLOWEEN artwork. “A first inspiration came from the album title, My God-Given Right, and some of the song titles, like ‘Swing Of A Fallen World’, ‘Lost In America’, ‘Battle’s Won’, etc. During my research, I stumbled upon the blockbuster ‘Day After Tomorrow’ and the idea of just leaving the world to the ‘pumpkins’ was born. “The most challenging part of this art…

HELLOWEEN: โ€œMy God-Given Rightโ€ Due In May

…a complete new look on the other, just like we did it the years before, working on a HELLOWEEN artwork. “A first inspiration came from the album title, My God-Given Right, and some of the song titles, like ‘Swing Of A Fallen World’, ‘Lost In America’, ‘Battle’s Won’, etc. During my research, I stumbled upon the blockbuster ‘Day After Tomorrow’ and the idea of just leaving the world to the ‘pumpkins’ was born. “The most challenging part of this art…

Lord Dying โ€“ Prepping the Altars

…soned Altars turned out. Dead Rhetoric: With the extra cohesion you are talking about, does that stem from it being your second album? Having a specific window to put it out, versus your first release when you have more time to put things together? Olson: Right. When we wrote for the first album, Summon the Faithless, that was just all of the songs that we had written up to that point. Those songs were never necessarily meant to be together on the…

Napalm Death – Apex Grindcore

…at you just weigh in on throughout? Barney Greenway: I go into albums, speaking to Shane [Embury] and saying, “You know what, we’ve done some many concept albums, I want to make one that isn’t conceptual and really loose” but it always ends up being another conceptual album every time [laughs]. I guess it’s just the nature of the way I write and the depth that I like to drill down into things. It usually takes me some time to get an album title to…

BARREN EARTH Inks Deal With Century Media Records

…now they are at the ready to release another milestone in their career, taking the experimentation and heaviness to even further heights. The band comments: “It’s the middle of a long, dark and cold winter here in Finland. However, there’s no limit to our excitement as the future looks really bright today! “We have a new set of music about to be released, having worked our asses off to create not just another album but a piece of real substance a…

Thaw โ€“ Earth Ground (Witching Hour Productions)

…ity to the album that keeps things moving at the right pace, such as “Afterkingdom” or “No Light.” There’s no shortage of killer riffs either, going from the sludgey (“Winter’s Bone”) to the dissonant (“Sun”) to the downright eerie (“Second Day”). A sense of madness permeates the tracks, keeping you on your toes from beginning to end. The second album in as many years, Earth Ground proves Thaw has plenty of raw materials to work with. Those lookin…

Liv Kristine โ€“ World Champion Daily Planner

…l that I have you, fans and friends all over the world, following me and taking interest in my artistic work. Dead Rhetoric: Where does the drive come from when you decide that you are going to do another solo album? Kristine: The main rule is to concentrate on one album, one production. Vervain was composed after the release of Leaves’ Eyes Symphonies of the Night. It’s important to finish one production before starting a new one. I compose and r…

CORSAIR: โ€œOne Eyed Horseโ€ Due In January

…tal outfit CORSAIR have released a trailer video for their upcoming Shadow Kingdom Records release, One Eyed Horse. Check it out below. One Eyed Horse is scheduled for a January 2015 release. The video documents the brief but diligent sessions at the White Star Sound studio, located on a beautiful rural farm in central Virginia. It serves as a window into the making of the album with in-studio footage coupled at times with raw audio of the basic t…

Bloodshot Dawn โ€“ Demons (Self Released)

…y-esque soloing. Frequent blasting and some well-placed groove are some additional highlights, aiding tracks like “Black Hole Infinity” to become full-blown monsters. The level of brutality is such that Sven de Caluwe lends his throat to “Human Void” and it feels as natural as if it was an Aborted track. Some other standout tracks are the dreamy solos of “The Image Faded” and the blistering opening of “Consequence Complex.” Bloodshot Dawn are show…

VESANIA To Release “Deus Ex Machina” In October

…mer members of Behemoth, Dimmu Borgir, Vader, and Decapitated, have been toiling for over a decade. The band’s fourth full-length album, and first since 2007, Deus Ex Machina, is scheduled for release on October 28, 2014 via Metal Blade Records. Vesania’s roots are firmly planted in Poland, but their reach has been expanding throughout the years across the globe. The collective experience of the members of the band speaks volumes of their knowledg…

October 31 – The Hatchet Returns Part I

…een fortunate to have many conversations with October 31/Deceased main man King Fowley for a few decades. During the years of the Powermad and Classic Metal Festivals, he was a regular staple as his bands would play and he would also be selling many classic, out of print albums through Old Metal Records (Griffin, Wild Dogs, Sound Barrier, Q5, etc.). The man bleeds for the cause, and doesn’t mince any words when asked to expound on the music scene…

Snailking โ€“ Storm (ConSouling Sounds)

…“Requiem” that, despite its nigh 17 minute run time, never particularly loses its way or meanders outside a course of focus, no small achievement for any group. Expectations were non-existent going into Storm and, for all I knew with a name like Snailking, anything was possible. Surprises are indeed surprising, as the obvious are apt to say and never is that more fitting than in describing the many robust cascades in Storm. Embrace the feel of be…

Nightside Over USA Tour Adventure and Exploit Extravaganza Featuring Behexen, Sargeist, Ritual Combat, Verrรคter, and more. July 10th, 2014 โ€“ Metro Operahouse, Oakland, CA; July 12th, 2014 โ€“ Black Castle, Los Angeles, CA; July 13th, 2014 โ€“ Til-Two Club, San Diego, CA

…on July 10th; on a spontaneous whim, I barely made it to Oakland after working all day in Santa Rosa. No plans for show reviews, no dates for interviews or anything of the sort yet in spite of that, not to mention completely unpermitted and without an access pass, I walked backstage to see if I could pull any tricks from my sleeve or what kind of trouble I’d stir up. The first person I saw was Horns (Behexen/Sargeist) sitting all alone at a small…

Deadlock โ€“ The Re-Arrival (Lifeforce)

…Deadlock’s The Re-Arrival (a clever take on 2002’s The Arrival) is a surprisingly excellent compilation for both new fans and old. As someone who has followed the band since Earth.Revolt, the “re-arrangements” on most tracks are minimal, but it’s a solid selection of songs that represent the band nicely through the years (the biggest questionable missing track would be “State of Decay” from Bizarro World). The re-arrangement of “Code of Honor” is…

Halcyon Way – The Resolve to Conquer

…nds and blurs genre lines (power, death, thrash, etc) is worthy of note, making Conquer one of 2014’s most pleasant surprises. Based on all this, given the opportunity to talk to the band to discuss the new album seemed like a no-brainer. We were able to chat with vocalist Steve Braun, who was able to share a wealth of information with DR. Read on to find out about the new album (of course) as well as how we keeps his voice in shape and the time h…

Mike โ€œMcBeardoโ€ McPadden Grants the Definitive Word on Heavy Metal Movies

Long-time bedfellows, metal and cinema have appropriately been knocking boots since Black Sabbath swiped their moniker from a 1963 Boris Korloff flick bearing the same name. Then, it was purely a horror connection, meaning there is a high probability Ozzy, Iommi, and gang never saw such fantastic one-liners like “But this goes to 11!” or “Heavy metal rules! All that punk shit sucks” coming to life. (Or better yet, “My lifestyle determines my deat…

Allegaeon – Forging New Elements

…atest effort, sees the addition of Brandon Park on drums (they had been working with a session drummer on Formshifter) and Mike Stancel on guitar. Elements also sees the band on a creative high, strengthening their songwriting abilities and enhancing their sound with some impressive orchestration stemming from a collaboration between guitarist Greg Burgess and Joe Ferris. An all but certain top 5’er come the end of the year for this scribe, it did…

Svart Records Signs VAINAJA

…ords has announced the signing of three piece Finnish metallers VAINAJA. Taking influences from early ’90s doom and death metal, the group’s debut album, Kadotetut is slated for a spring release. “Valon lapset”, a track from their forthcoming Svart Records release is available for streaming below. Besides the crushing riffs and dark melodies, the album’s concept is based on encrypted true events from the past. Not much is known about the events th…

Obituary โ€“ Back to One, Basically

…tring of headaches of the creative and logistical variety. On the other, asking folks for money in these shaky economic times could result in a humongous backlash. Established bands certainly have the means to get funding, so why go to the people who have already funded your career? Legendary Floridian death metallers Obituary admittedly flip-flopped on the issue for years before soliciting their fans via a Kickstarter campaign this month. Their g…

Fatality North American Tour Diary Part II

…ass. Did I mention there was some of the more self-destructive daytime drinking I have ever witnessed? When we got to play our set we were all already blasted out of our minds. I had the distinct pleasure of wearing Dan Hammers headset microphone. I felt like Ted Nugent if he wasn’t a right wing lunatic, but instead a clumsy Canadian with too many day beers in his gut. What a night, man. We raged into the evening, until a group of us decided to go…

Altar of Plagues โ€“ Forged by an Urban Abyss

…nd out! Dead Rhetoric: Congrats are in order because the new album is a fucking beast of a release. That being said, it’s also very different than all your previous work in a very initially tangible way in featuring shorter ‘songs’. What prompted that shift? James Kelly: Thank you. I think firstly, we grew tired of an association with a ‘scene’ which we never really felt a part of in the first place. It can be quite restrictive when you are simply…

Altar of Plagues โ€“ Burn It Down

…band who appears to demonstrate genuine concern in their music, and on hulking songs like “As A Womb” and “As A Furnace,” the bar for metalgaze circa 2009 both sonically and in lyrical scope has been raised. The band is currently up in a lot of people’s faces, which is great. Attribute that to solid rep of label Profound Lore and the broad appeal this band has. We caught up with guitarist/vocalist/synth player James O’Ceallaigh for a broad discus…

Posthum – Lights Out (Indie Recordings)

…ed black metal and subsequently an ingrained part of its legacy, it unsurprisingly plays a central role in Posthum’s latest monster Lights Out. A desolate and at times sonically sparse (at least compared to most black metal) release, it nevertheless usually hits all of the right notes, a release born from and a tribute to frigid isolation. Though featured throughout most of the opener (and longest track) “Untame,” blastbeats are otherwise used fai…

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