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Friends who follow our site know we have an affinity for Swallow the Sun. The Finns channel darkness and emotion into vampiric funeral doom and despair never felt so good. Touring North America with Children of Bodom, the band took the stage at Royale in Boston, Massachusetts, on April 17  in support of their most …

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Like many other thrash/death metal fans, II have been waiting nearly three decades for a new album from San Francisco’s Possessed. When Seven Churches and Beyond the Gates were released, they were mind blowing! They took evil metal to a new level of heavy. Alas, the band broke up after releasing The Eyes of Horror …

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Wolfheart made a stop into Royale in Boston, Massachusetts, while on tour with Swallow the Sun and Children of Bodom. All photos by Mark Guy.
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Summoner’s Circle joined one of this year’s most impressive bills, playing with Wolfheart, Swallow the Sun, and Children of Bodom. Mark Guy captured the band during their performance on April 17 at Royale in Boston, Massachusetts.
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Something I find surprising, but has also become a normal occurrence, is bands forming super groups. One such group is The Damned Things, which is made up of Keith Buckley (Every Time I Die), Scott Ian (Anthrax), Andy Hurley (Fall Out Boy), Joe Trohman (Fall Out Boy), and newest member Dan Andriano (Alkaline Trio). It’s …

The Damned Things: “High Crimes” Album Review Read More »

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Get some new metal this week! Don’t know what to buy? take a look at Hot and Heavy now! Albums Amon Amarth: Berserker (Metal Blade Records) Appalling: Inverted Realm (Redefining Darkness Records) Asomvel: World Shaker (Heavy Psych Sounds) Body Harvest: Parasitic Slavery (Comatose Music) Deiphago: I, The Devil (Hells Headbangers) Disparager: Existential Dread (Independent) Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes: End of …

Hot And Heavy: Week Of May 3 Read More »

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Dying Fetus stopped into the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey, on the first stop of this year’s Chaos and Carnage tour with WhiteChapel, Revocation, and more. All photos by Gina Russoniello.  
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It isn’t surprising that a day-and-a-half of metal shows on 70,000 Tons of Metal can be exhausting. Waking up in a tropical location like Labadee, Haiti, is a welcome reprieve, whether you want to lounge on the beach or take an excursion. This year, we opted for the beach where white sand led to crystal …

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Revocation stopped into the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey, on the first stop of this year’s Chaos and Carnage tour with WhiteChapel, Dying Fetus, and more. All photos by Gina Russoniello.
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Sometimes going back in time a bit will reward you handsomely. Last year, Minneapolis based death metal tyrants, Glutton for Punishment, released an album entitled The Mutilation Process. Why this album hasn’t garnered much more critical acclamation is beyond me. Their raw sound lies somewhere between Cannibal Corpse and Broken Hope, with some Origin mixed …

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