Metal Blade Records is proud to announce the worldwide signing of Brooklyn-based experimental metal outfit Tombs! Blending bleak, post-punk minimalism with the ferocious attack of sludge and traditional black metal, Tombs has established themselves as an act that’s as committed… Read More ›
Whitechapel launches new video for “Elitist Ones” Releases new album, ‘Mark of the Blade’, today worldwide; kicks off Warped Tour dates Whitechapel has unleashed their sixth full-length, Mark of the Blade, today worldwide via Metal Blade Records! To purchase the… Read More ›
Formed in 2005, Abnormality drew its members from the ranks of units such as Teratism, Forced Asphyxiation, Goratory and Sexcrement, and they have worked patiently and persistently to build up a grassroots following, maintaining their integrity while steadily expanding beyond their local scene.
The video is a sprawling sensory experience, complete with ambitious production and design that’s become standard fair for the Polish band’s videos. Watch the video now:
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.
With a hefty resumé that chronicles time spent riffing and shredding in Jag Panzer, Nevermore, and a seven-year stint in Megadeth, his pedigree speaks for itself. Furthermore, joined by powerhouse drummer – and fellow Megadeth alumnus – Shawn Drover, bassist Matt Bachand (Shadows Fall/Times Of Grace) and vocalist Henry Derek (Scar The Martyr) the band are a truly formidable metallic behemoth, and their debut album, Birth And The Burial, is ten tracks of armor-plated, state of the art heaviness.
Currently on the road with Hate Eternal, Misery Index and Beyond Creation, Rivers of Nihil have launched a live video for the track “Sand Baptism”, taken from their new album, Monarchy. Monarchy continues the seasonal concept that began with spring on Rivers… Read More ›