The British are coming? Nah, they never really went away. Whether it be the prototypical likes of Black Sabbath, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest, game-changing extremists Napalm Death, Bolt Thrower and Carcass or more recent globe-straddling champions such as Architects, Bring Me The Horizon and Asking Alexandria, there’s scarcely been a moment since Tony Iommi down-tuned his guitar and changed music
Being in a band ain’t easy. You’ve got many creative personalities in a massive tug of war. Oh yeah, then you have to live with each other and those decisions on the road for months on end. Lineup changes aren’t uncommon, though a vocalist switch-up has the possibility to be the most debilitating.
Some bands h...
While everyone is self-isolating, we’re all looking for ways to fill our time. Why not spend it digging into some of the classic bands you’ve always been meaning to learn about but haven’t been able to?
With the amount of spare time everyone has, sitting down and listening to an iconic band’s entire discography is completely possible without missing out on anything, so we’re offering up a list of
Metal has come a long way across the past two decades. From breaking away from the ’90s nü-metal boom into the new wave of American heavy metal and the shift to metalcore, deathcore and hardcore taking over once that scene started to fizzle out, there have been a ton of developments from bands both old and new.
Municipal Waste just announced some big news. The thrashy, speed-metal band revealed that their new EP The Last Rager will be released Oct. 11 and dropped the first single off said EP.
The EP is put out under Nuclear Blast and claims to be four ripper tracks that embrace the band's punk and street metal roots without clutching the past.
Black Sabbath began their journey to change music on this day 50 years ago, playing their first set under the moniker that would label their rise to greatness.
Previously known as Earth, on Aug. 1, 1969 at the at The Pokey Hole blues club in Frog Street, Lichfield, Englan Black Sabbath was born...
Slayer have added dates to their final North American tour, after confirming that it's their last tour "to thank their fans for all of their support over the years."
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With shows added due to popular demand, the band will embark on the second leg of their tour—with 20 additional dates—starting July 26. As Rolling
Holidays should be treated as sacred moments to be with family. But sometimes you don’t want to hear your visiting aunts and uncles talk about the election with mouthfuls of mashed potatoes and stuffing and watch your mom throw shade at everyone for not helping out with the traditional meal. Now,
Napalm Death are set to co-headline with Municipal Waste this fall.
The North American tour, which also features Exhumed, Vektor and Speedwolf, will run from October to December and end with the Barge To Hell extreme metal cruise. You can catch Municipal Waste at this year's Riot Fest.
Deathwish Inc. has posted a teaser for the upcoming Converge and Napalm Death 7" split.
The split will feature "No Light Escapes," a new Converge song, as well as 2 new Napalm Death songs and Converge's cover of "Wolverine Blues " by Entombed.
Converge and Napalm Death will be releasing a split 7-inch soon, with the former offering up a new song titled "No Light Escapes" as well as a cover of Entombed's "Wolverine Blues" featuring Tomas Lindberg (Disfear, At The Gates, Lock Up), Aaron Turner (Isis, Old Man Gloom, Split Cranium), Kevin Baker (APMD, The Hope Conspiracy), Brian Izzi (Trap Them) and more, and the latte