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Turbid North Announce Tour Dates

Turbid North Announce Tour Dates

New “Alaskan mountain metal” outfit Turbid North have just announced tour dates for August. The band recently finished a stint supporting Unearth through their adopted home of Texas in early July. Unearth mainman Trevor Phipps recently released the band’s full-length album Orogeny through his label Ironclad Recordings. Orogeny is a mix of galloping Eighties-inspired thrash […]

Glorior Belli Reveal New Album Cover and Track Listing

Glorior Belli Reveal New Album Cover and Track Listing

French black metallers Glorior Belli have just revealed the cover art and track listing (see below) for their new album The Great Southern Darkness, which will be released through Metal Blade on September 27, 2011. Here’s what the band has to say about the new release: “The Great Southern Darkness has been recorded over a […]

Review: Toxic Holocaust – Conjure and Command

Review: Toxic Holocaust – Conjure and Command

On their fourth full-length album, Portland’s Toxic Holocaust prove themselves one step above the retro-thrash trend. Conjure and Command is a fearsome blast of blackened speed metal, comparable to the better works of Bathory and Aura Noir. Frontman Joel Grind has never sounded meaner, his spewed blasphemies and death-machine guitar tone possessing a hateful venom […]

Rwake Unveil Album Art, Release Date for New CD

Rwake Unveil Album Art, Release Date for New CD

Arkansas sludge metallers Rwake have just unveiled the cover art for their forthcoming album, Rest (Relapse). See that art below. Rwake recorded Rest, which is their follow-up to 2007’s Voices of Omens, at Engine Studios in Chicago, IL with noted engineer Sanford Parker. Rest will see its North American release on September 27th on CD, […]

Review: Decapitated – Carnival Is Forever

Review: Decapitated – Carnival Is Forever

The past half-decade has been hard on Poland’s Decapitated. After the release of 2006’s ambitious Organic Hallucinosis, the band lost two of its longtime members to a tragic bus crash; drummer Witold “Vitek” Kieltyka died of his injuries, while vocalist Adrien “Covan” Kowanek fell into a coma and eventually left the band due to his […]

Interview: Shane Mclachlan of Phobia

Interview: Shane Mclachlan of Phobia

For over 20 years, Phobia have been deploying crushing, anarchistic grindcore and lacerating eardrums across the globe. Since forming in 1990 in Orange County, CA, Phobia have released a multitude of singles and splits with such bands as the legendary Corrupted and Plutocracy, as well as several full-lengths on such labels as Slam-a-Ham, Crimes Against […]

Tombs Tour Diary Part 4: The Long Road Home

Tombs Tour Diary Part 4: The Long Road Home

Brooklyn-based experimental metal band Tombs just wrapped up a month-long North American tour in support of their latest record, Path of Totality (Relapse). Guitarist/vocalist Mike Hill kept a journal chronicling all of the action, and we’ll be rolling it out in a few installments. In his fourth and final entry [futureusgalleryread 1, 2 & 3], […]

Tombs Tour Diary Part 3: Propaganda, ‘Tokyo Tapes’ & Texas Heat

Tombs Tour Diary Part 3: Propaganda, ‘Tokyo Tapes’ & Texas Heat

Brooklyn-based experimental metal band Tombs just wrapped up a month-long North American tour in support of their latest record, Path of Totality (Relapse). Guitarist/vocalist Mike Hill kept a journal chronicling all of the action, and we’ll be rolling it out in a few installments. In his third  entry [futureusgalleryread 1 & 2], Hill talks about […]

Tombs Tour Diary Part 2: Boredom, Drugs, Death & Hamburgers

Tombs Tour Diary Part 2: Boredom, Drugs, Death & Hamburgers

Brooklyn-based experimental metal band Tombs just wrapped up a month-long North American tour in support of their latest record, Path of Totality (Relapse). Guitarist/vocalist Mike Hill kept a journal chronicling all of the action, and we’ll be rolling it out in a few installments. In his second entry, Hill talks about the futility of drug […]

Tombs Tour Diary Part 1: Canada, Colds & “C**ty” Fans

Tombs Tour Diary Part 1: Canada, Colds & “C**ty” Fans

Brooklyn-based experimental metal band Tombs just wrapped up a month-long North American tour in support of their latest record, Path of Totality (Relapse). Guitarist/vocalist Mike Hill kept a journal chronicling all of the action, and we’ll be rolling it out in a few installments. In his first entry, Hill talks about the subjectivity of memories, […]