Tag: Heavy Metal

  • Out Now! Norwegian Technical Melodic Death Metal Féleth’s New Album “Divine Blight”; (Mixed and Mastered by Christian Donaldson (Cryptopsy))

    Féleth, from northern Norway, is now streaming their second album “Divine Blight”, which they see as a solid step up from 2020’s “Depravity”. They take on real-life events and put them to provocative music best described as melodic death metal with a healthy dose of technical death metal added in. The lyrical themes are often inspired […]

  • Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rhys Fulber

    Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rhys Fulber

    Often styled as “The Fifth Member” or “The Honorary Member” of Fear Factory, Rhys Fulber has been there from the band’s early days. At the time, Rhys‘ band Front Line Assembly were signed to UK label Third Mind which was bought out by Roadrunner Records. It was then that he was originally recruited to assist […]

  • Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special – DJ Zardonic

    Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special – DJ Zardonic

    When the worlds of drum and bass and heavy metal collide, you’ll find DJ Zardonic at ground zero of a high energy impact point. Born in Venezuela and currently based in Germany, the artist and sound engineer blends genres whether it’s his own music or remixes; either way the passion is very much real. An […]

  • Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rob Gee

    Fear Factory “Recoded” (Adapt or Die) DJ Special: Rob Gee

    Known as “The Gabber Guru,” Rob Gee is the only DJ of his kind to regularly merge the genres of metal, rock, hip hop and hardcore in his sets. Utilising the likes of Slipknot, Hatebreed, Biohazard and System of a Down (to name a few), Rob Gee has proven that there are absolutely no boundaries […]

  • Album Review: Slipknot – The End, So Far

    Album Review: Slipknot – The End, So Far

    When the Iowan monster machine that is Slipknot steamrolled their way on to Ozzfest in 1999 with their debut self-titled album ‘Slipknot,’ they started what can only be described as a brutal assault of a legacy. Who were these 9 masked freaks bouncing about on-stage setting fire to shit and destroying one another? Anger, angst, […]

  • Unsigned of the Month – Ashen Crown

    Unsigned of the Month – Ashen Crown

    Loud, heavy, dark, atmospheric, grandiose, occasionally melodic, always epic, Ashen Crown have something for everyone. The extreme/death metal hybrid quintet from the West Midlands, UK have already made their stage presence known having played the likes of Bloodstock Open Air, Hammerfest and Amplified. An electrifying and raw brutal energy full of epic riffs and crushing […]

  • This Day in Metal September 27th

    This Day in Metal September 27th

    Sept 27th 1994 Corrosion of Conformity released the album “Deliverance” Did you know…It’s the band’s first album on which Pepper Keenan was lead singer. Kerrang Magazine described Deliverance as a “true 90s classic” Sept 27th 1994 Slayer released the album “Divine Intervention” Did you know…The album was their first with drummer Paul Bostaph.The album reached […]

  • This Day in Metal September 19th

    This Day in Metal September 19th

    Sept 19th 1981 Triumph released the album “Allied Forces” Did you know..The album peaked at number 23 on the Billboard Charts.Triumph’s most famous piece of work, this album has the quintessential sound and punch of the 80s Sept 19th 1984 Killer released the album “Stronger than Ever” Did you know…The band was founded in 1979 […]

  • This Day in Metal September 18th

    This Day in Metal September 18th

    Sept 18th 1970 Black Sabbath released the album “Paranoid” Did you know…The album reached number 1 on the Official Charts.It is often cited as an influential album in the development of heavy metal music. Sept 18th 1982 Twisted Sister released their debut album “Under The Blade” Did you know…In an article about ’80s metal, Rolling […]