Originally from Fresno Ca. Retched has a classic hard metal sound with strong Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath roots. The band was formed in 1988 but soon after that around the end of the same year broke up due to very… Read More ›
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Texas death metal goliaths CREEPING DEATH will return to the stage next week supporting hardcore veterans Terror on a six-date West Coast tour. The journey begins February 19th in Las Vegas and winds its way through Ventura, Sacramento, Santa Cruz, and Portland,… Read More ›
Rooted from Easthampton, Massachusetts in 2007, Problem With Dragons execute heavily fuzzed-out, unrestricted music. A meaty stew compiled of equal parts Stoner Metal, Sludge, Punk, Doom, Grunge, and Heavy Metal, with a heavy dash of Prog Rock. Their debut EP release ‘Atomics‘… Read More ›
Cannibal Corpse are closing out the year with a North American headlining tour. Starting in Houston, Texas, the journey quakes the stages of nearly three dozen cities, coming to a close November 27th in Tampa, Florida.
Cannibal Corpse recently performed at The Regency Ballroom in San Francisco, California. Our very own Canon shooter Zoran Theodorovic was there to capture the excitement.
“Many centuries ago, when the world was slightly younger and a little less ravaged by time’s unrelenting grasp, there existed a sprawling empire of unrivalled power. Yet, whilst its might and influence stretched across great oceans and through vast mountain… Read More ›
Through The Eyes Of The Dead have debuted another brand new single titled “Obitual” today. “’Obitual’ is in a first person narrative of someone being buried alive by a cult,” says vocalist Danny Rodriguez. “It blends elements of the ‘Bloodlust sound’ with more… Read More ›
The Kennedy Veil perform @ The Starlite Lounge – Sacramento, California 05/08/17. Also appearing were Decrepit Birth, Solanum & The Odious Constuct. The Kennedy Veil started as a quartet composed of Casey Childers (ex-Forktung), Gabe Seeber (Alterbeast, Decrepit Birth, ex-Wretched… Read More ›