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Album of the Week: Incura,  Incura

Album of the Week: Incura, Incura

In this week’s Album of the Week poll, you, the fans, voted Incura to the top spot, for their album, Incura. Check out the top five vote-getters below: 1. Incura – Incura 2. Within the Ruins – Elite 3. Old Wounds – From Where We Came Is Where We’ll Rest 4. Darkthrone – The Underground […]

New Music out Today, Vote for the Release of the Week

New Music out Today, Vote for the Release of the Week

This week sees new shit from Darkthrone, Within the Ruins, KMFDM, and more hitting stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you’re snagging a copy of and which record should be the Album of the Week. Pick your favorite and feel free to vote as many times as […]

Whitechapel Announce “Recorruptour” with Miss May I, After the Burial

Whitechapel Announce “Recorruptour” with Miss May I, After the Burial

Whitechapel have announced dates for their “Recorruptour,” featuring support from Miss May I,  After the Burial, and the Plot in You. Within the Ruins and Structures will also lend support for select dates. Whitechapel are touring in support of their Recorrupted EP, released last month. Full tour dates below. With Structures: 03/10 Memphis, TN, Newbys […]

Live Report: Summer Slaughter 2011

Live Report: Summer Slaughter 2011

Chris Krovatin is the author of two young adult novels, Heavy Metal & You and Venomous. He is currently working on multiple new writing projects, as well as new material with his local New York metal band Flaming Tusk. He is a contributing writer for Revolver and generally comes off as a good-natured pain in everyone’s collective ass. […]

Review: Within the Ruins – Omen

Review: Within the Ruins – Omen

Simply put, Massachusetts’ Within the Ruins shred. Their style combines the palm-muted breakdowns of metalcore with thrash-metal speed and melodic guitar runs to create a recipe ripe with flashy displays of guitar mastery. But shredding prowess is not enough to make a great band, and, confirming this, their earliest releases seemed to emphasize technicality at […]