The Immortal frontman continues the Immortal legacy with a new band and more blistering metal.
The Quebec death metal band finds melody in ugliness, and vice versa, on their Profound Lore debut.
The New York black metal outfit offers a short, sharp surprise of blistering metal for the new year.
Stephen O’Malley and Greg Anderson offer their shortest, simplest album in some time, which is still quite moving.
The St. Louis sludge metal outfit goes for the throat on their eclectic, intense new album.
The psych-metal band returns with a restatement of purpose and their most emotionally charged LP yet.
The Philadelphia death metal troupe pummel with artistry on their melodic, complex third album.
The California black metal band amplifies both the beauty and darkness in their powerful new work.
The Winnipeg trio puts aside their metal tendencies for one badass, blistering set of noise rock.
The Bay Area black metal band’s fourth album — our Album of the Week — is a potent, poetic triumph for black metal.
An introduction to the Canadian sci-fi thrash metal band.
New character Vulvatron, first prominent female role for GWAR.
While metal goes through its midlife crisis, the Portland doom trio continue to age gracefully.
Little Rock quartet’s second is a triumph of doom metal ambition, as well as an album that transcends it.
Addressing the least common yet most amusing complaints about our recent feature.
Washington black metal duo offers a transitional release of ambient material that works fine, but still feels like a minor release.
A collaboration between Andrew Hock of Castevet and Charlie Looker of Zs/Extra Life, Psalm Zero draw from industrial metal sounds on their Profound Lore debut.
Swedish heavy metallers add some more gothic darkness and meaty riffs into their theatrical approach.
Canadian death metal outfit continues to show outside-the-box innovation on their first record in 12 years.
On their Southern Lord debut, Dallas’ Power Trip carve up a badass thrash metal sound.