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Henry Kohen of the band Mylets has issued a lengthy statement.
They've got ideas for a new record.
Watch Ally the Piper rip through "Hallowed Be Thy Name"
You miss Slay At Home? Well, we got a cover for you.
"But when you put us together, something happens."
Plus a very stupid Nickelback lawsuit.
Well this is a nice turn of events.
"No longer a flowing flurry of snow, Lamp of Murmuur now has the effect of a crushing ice storm."
Well, two grindcore vocalists.
2001: A Spacey Odyssey, some Dr. Who, and more!
Now we wait for Lorna Shore to be on a game soundtrack.
Brutal meets brutal.
From their upcoming split with Fit For An Autopsy and Malevolence.
As heavy metal as it gets.
Plus releases from August Burns Red, Exploring Birdsong, Ihsahn, Keep of Kaleesin, Floor Jansen, Liturgy, Mork & Ov Sulfur.
"This trio has massive talent that is undeniable and they present a vibrant and fresh record you will quickly love."
"After a whirl through Beyond Vision, it'll come as no surprise to learn that the album was originally designed as single-stretch instrumental piece."
"While Exul doesn't definitively top Ne Obliviscaris' past achievements, it surely earns a spot alongside them."
"Menacing and aggressive yet reflective, Dypet is sure to stand the test of time."
Plus releases from Night Demon, Harboured, Foretoken, and Downfall of Gaia.
Equal parts Radiohead, Botch, and Deafheaven.
The project headed up by two Biffy Clyro members.
"From start to finish, it represents the peak of what they—and deathcore as a whole—can do."
Ellefson goes death metal, and it works.