Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Tag: death metal

Deathcore cat is perfect

If you've poked around the internet as of late, there's a good chance you've come across this video of cats doing their thing to...

Death metal ‘Grease’ turns your world upside down

The dude who brought death metal Marry Poppins to life is back with another bizarre rendition. Below you can see what it would be...

Death metal ‘Friends’ theme song is exactly what you need

The good people at Metal Sucks have hit another one out of the park—this time with a death metal rendition of the Friends theme...

Death Metal Mary Poppins is exactly what you need

 YouTuber Andy Rehfeldt has made this amazing, world-ending death metal version of Mary Poppins, and it’s exactly what you need right now. As of...

“We have no plans of stopping right now”—At The Gates are death-metal’s brightest hope

20 years after the release of melodic death-metal’s defining album, Slaughter Of The Soul, Sweden’s At The Gates have finally broken their sonic silence...

Here’s a list of band names banned from a Christian radio station

Dangerous Minds recently dug up this old list of band names that were banned from a Christian radio station. WSOU is a heavy metal station...

13 metalcore songs any death-metal fan can like

Recently, I brought you 12 melodic death-metal songs any self-respecting metalcore fan should like. It was in attempt to educate young metalcore fans about...

Lego Darth Vader drumming to death metal is exactly what you need

YouTube user LegonardoDaFinci has uploaded an incredible playthrough video of Lego Darth Vader drumming to English progressive death metal band Akercocke’s song, “Eyes Of...

At The Gates announce new album, ‘At War With Reality’

Gothenburg’s melodic death metal pioneers At The Gates have returned. Following a stint of successful reunion shows, the band have announced that they are recording a...

The Faceless – Autotheism

The Faceless Autotheism The Faceless were far superior to the majority of their tech-death peers even on their debut, 2006’s Akeldama; they blasted and broke down...

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