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Month: February 2016

OTEP Announces “GENERATION DOOM” North American Tour‏

Transcending from the darkness, like wolves into the light, OTEP is an explosion of inspiration and motivation, empowered by their dedication to the arts, being a voice for the voiceless, and fighting injustice. Rising from the labyrinth of Los Angeles, California, OTEP is unleashing a roaring anthem: GENERATION DOOM.

Ravn Of 1349 Talks Beer And Saving Black Metal

"I disliked the direction that Norwegian black metal took in the late half of the 90's, I wanted it to take a step away from all the symphonic, pompous sounding. So I just took matters into my own hands." Ravn of 1349

2nd annual Lost Highway Motorcycle show and concert lineup announced!

We’re riding out and ready for year two of Lost Highway in the San Bernardino Mountains,” says John Reese of SGE. “With music from Brantley, Social D, Justin and Eagles Of Death Metal, plus Chevy Metal, Face To Face, BRMC and many more, it’s a great value for California's premier motorcycle and music event.”

Fallujah “Dreamless” album release date and details revealed

FALLUJAH’s commitment to crafting forward thinking music, has helped them build their own die-hard fan-base from the ground-up through several releases; 2009’s Leper Colony EP, 2011’s The Harvest Wombs LP, Nomadic EP in 2013, and most recently their critically acclaimed album The Flesh Prevails.

Aborted Reveal New Album Artwork

Retrogore will mark ABORTED's ninth studio album and will see a worldwide release in April of 2016 through Century Media Records. After delivering two seriously drenched and critically acclaimed albums in the form of Global Flatline (2012) and The Necrotic Manifesto (2014), ABORTED have returned to not only deliver another album jam-packed with ferociously ripping brutal death metal but also surpass all expectations with what could be considered their most mature and diverse album to date.

The Great Discord premieres drum play-through for “L’homme Mauvais”

Transcending genre labels and lazy classification, The Great Discord is a musical enigma. Their layered, textured music is inspired by the likes of Genesis, King Crimson, Meshuggah and The Dillinger Escape Plan - but at the same time, individually they look up to an array of musicians beyond the confines of progressive music.