Metal

Glenn Danzig and company cover songs that shaped a career including the likes of Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, and Elvis.   Text Review: Talking about the legacy of Glenn Danzig really can’t be summed up in a few sentences. But After Mr. Danzig’s departure from The Misfits and the formation of …

Manegarm release their 8th full album and celebrate 20 years of a metal legacy.   Text Review: It is getting to a point where some European nations might as well change their national anthems to metal ballads for the amount of amazing music their nations are creating in the metal …

Atreyu returns by going back to its roots with Long Live almost six years after disbanding.   Text Review: Taking time off is essential for everyone. The amount of time will always vary from person to person and especially when considering a group of people working together all with separate …

While many hard rock fans thought that Five Finger Death Punch wouldn’t survive another year, out comes the band’s sixth full album Got Your Six.   Text Review: Among assault accusations, on stage meltdowns and the continued rumors of an eventual breakup, the hard rock machine that is Five Finger …

St. Louis, MO’s Black Fast come forth to prove that great metal can come from the most unlikely of placed with Terms of Surrender.   Text Review: Any rock and metal fan who grew up in St. Louis can confirm that St. Louis, MO is not a rock market.  In …

The reigning kings of black metal return with new band members (again) and their eleventh full album.   Text Review: Black metal is a very polarizing sub-genre even to some of the most diehard rock and metal fans.  The dark arts, goat blood, demon summoning, ritual sacrifice, it all can …

Oakland’s metal kings High On Fire offer a new light to thrash fans and a new headache to crotchety old next door neighbors.   Text Review: You will be hard-pressed to find a band more ferocious and guttural than Oakland’s High On Fire.  While many metal bands go through drastic …

After 18 years, Faith No More return to the light and bring Sol Invictus.  Can the ingenious minds of yesteryear conquer the day once again?   Text Review: There is a line from “The Sandlot” that goes “Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.”  Back in 1989, Faith No More …

After two decades of metal, Napalm Death release another sinister beast with enough volume and power to devour you whole.  How much bite does this apex predator have? Text Review: There are few metal bands that can stand the test of time and evolution of a genre like Napalm Death.  …

Italy’s Simus start off 2015 with their take on progressive metal.  Spearheaded by The Soulmaker, how will the Italian metal appeal to other countries in our metal world?

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