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2014 Preview: The Most Anticipated Albums of the Year

2014 Preview: The Most Anticipated Albums of the Year

Get stoked for the heaviness to come!

The Most Metal Books of 2011

The Most Metal Books of 2011

An idea exists that metalheads don’t like to read, that we’re too busy pounding brewskis and sacrificing housecats to Satan to enjoy a good book, or that our stimuli-raped brains can’t take in media more intelligent than Robocop.

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 [read 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, […]

Review: Tombs – Path of Totality

Review: Tombs – Path of Totality

On the follow-up to Tombs’ last proper full-length, 2009’s Winter Hours, the group takes their sorrowful brand of blackened sludge to new heights (or lows). Though just a three-piece, the band has created a towering monument to the post-apocalypse, merging sweeping blasts of wintry grandeur with sprawling sludgescapes. Frontman Mike Hill’s gruff bellows add poignant […]

Uneasy Listening: 03/25/11

Uneasy Listening: 03/25/11

What the Revolver staff has been playing around the office.

Tombs Complete Work On Album

Tombs Complete Work On Album

Brooklyn heavies Tombs have completed work on their new album, Path Of Totality. Path Of Totality, the follow-up to 2009′s Winter Hours release, was recorded at Elmwood Recording studios in Dallas, TX with engineer John Congleton (Baroness, Explosions In the Sky) and has been set for a June 7th North American release date. Path Of […]