NIVIANE announce new keyboardist, album cover and details!!!

Niviane are very excited to announce the addition of keyboardist Aaron Robitsch to the band’s ranks. Playing both guitar and keyboards, Aaron is a highly accomplished musician that brings another element to the creative table. Continue reading “NIVIANE announce new keyboardist, album cover and details!!!”

New Quality Video From Killian On Command: An Evening Of Vio-Lence Posted Online

TESTAMENTEXODUSFORBIDDEN and VIO-LENCE members performed at a benefit concert for VIO-LENCE singer Sean Killian (Saturday, January 20, 2018) at The Midway in San Francisco, California. Continue reading “New Quality Video From Killian On Command: An Evening Of Vio-Lence Posted Online”

Suicide Silence New Album On The Way

California based extreme metal titans SUICIDE SILENCE will release their sixth studio album, Become The Hunter, on February 14, 2020 via Nuclear Blast. Continue reading “Suicide Silence New Album On The Way”

Video From Dethklok’s First Show In Five Years Available

Dethklok hit the stage for the first time in 5 years this past Friday, November 15th. Continue reading “Video From Dethklok’s First Show In Five Years Available”

Montreal’s DIZASTRA To Unleash Debut Album “Elder Sun” Nov 22

From the bowels of Satan’s lair, DIZASTRA has come. After a long wait, their first full-length album “Elder Sun” is ready to massacre fans on November 22, 2019. Continue reading “Montreal’s DIZASTRA To Unleash Debut Album “Elder Sun” Nov 22”

Lovemaker, Releases Album From Early 90’s

In the early 90’s, one band stood above the rest, with an outrageous stage show, provocative costumes (they looked like Rocky Horror Picture Show rejects), colorful backdrops, and a constant notoriety for “What’s Gonna Happen Next”!!

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Suffocation And The Agonist Added To 70.000 Tons Of Metal

Suffocation and The Agonist been added to the 2020 70000 Tons Of Metal Cruise. Continue reading “Suffocation And The Agonist Added To 70.000 Tons Of Metal”