Also includes Mötley Crüe, Metallica, Alter Bridge, and more.
Gorguts’ 2013 comeback album featured Colin Marston, Kevin Hufnagel and John Longstreth alongside Luc Lemay.
Their album is out now and you can stream it.
This is not the Leprous you’re accustomed to, but it’s good nonetheless.
The Mötley Crüe drummer says hat the record will include “literally every single different genre [of music] that you could imagine.”
The orchestral ensemble Little Kruta has teamed up with soul and jazz singers to reimagine Metallica’s …And Justice For All.
Because Slayer fans are the smarterest.
Hey, The Village People are at LEAST as metal as Manowar.
The band kicks off a EU/UK tour supporting Rivers of Nihil just hours from now!
The under-construction arena blamed the “unpleasant noise” on “a technical error.”
Wallis was only in the band for a year and performed on one album. He co-wrote the track “Vibrator.”
There’s a sleepy-looking wolf in the washing machine.
Your guide to this week’s heaviest releases, including Exhorder, Monolord, Cult Of Luna, and more!
A Dawn to Fear might be Cult of Luna’s heaviest album to date.
On Koloss, it was as if Meshuggah said “Djent? We don’t need no stinkin’ djent.”
Not like a kit that’s kinda small. Like a kit that’s TINY.
I got something to say, I killed your reunion today…
They’re giving me the vapors!
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The trek will kick off in mid-November.