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Considering their numerous lineup changes, the Slipknot "feud," and origins in the industrial/alternative/nu metal era, it's safe to say that Mushroomhead has a somewhat...

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The popularity of Bell Witch is one of the more surprising and remarkable phenomena of the past few years. In this day and age...

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Despite some formulaic moments along the way, Virus improves upon virtually everything that gave Vector its identity.

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Perhaps because the band had to recover, hunker down and hammer it out against the odds, Palimpsest contains some of Protest The Hero's most...

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Ulthar uses erratic experimentalism to mold the timeless essentials of death metal and black metal into an exhilarating, hellish adrenaline shot.

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Though Kall originated from a band rooted in frigid misanthropy, the band's long-expected sophomore album brings vibrant warmth to the band’s tortured aura.

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With a few notable detours, this self-titled album is a solid reminder of why Lamb of God rose to the top of the New...

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Aversio Humanitatis are a black metal band operating on the cutting edge of the genre. Rather than embracing the artsy beauty of their peers,...

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Eye of Nix’s third album of baroque black/doom metal has a much better production value, but it's still otherworldly in its bizarre beauty.

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Dream Squasher doesn't stray too far from the path -(16)- has blazed for the past 29 years—one marked with addictive arrangements and inexorable anger.

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Singapore's kings of blackened death metal are back and they are killing it!

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For those with the patience to fully submerge in the proceedings, Geist & The Sacred Ensemble appeals on a wavelength similar to Swans’ The...

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What Rise Radiant lacks in breadth and variety—compared to its predecessor—it makes up for with its cohesiveness and refinement.

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Good luck avoiding a quarantine mosh when this album hits. Años En Infierno upholds Xibalba’s standard of destructive death metal, melancholic doom metal and...

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“We’re only here to have fun, get drunk, and make loads of money!” So says the chorus of “Treasure Chest Party Quest”, the first...

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Philadelphia’s unsigned power/folk/progressive metal heroes Lör turned heads in 2017 when their debut, In Forgotten Sleep, shot to the top of Bandcamp’s metal chart...

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Dungeon synth fueled funeral doom from Italy? It gets interesting...

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On their first album in 14 years, Green Carnation once again prove they are prog metal gods.

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Icelandic black metal that features dual vocals? Yeah - this rips.

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Several years ago, I discovered Binary Code through the release of their Moonsblood album. After reviewing and serving up high praise for that record,...

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Esoctrilihum is a French avant garde black metal project signed to I, Voidhanger Records. This project has been making waves for a few years...

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Monolith come all the way from South Africa where they craft ripping death metal - dive in with us!

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Wailin Storms' third LP supercharges the band's genre-bending doom rock with emotive storytelling and terrifying atmosphere.