Hatebreed Frontman Working With Disturbed Bassist

Jamey Jasta

Looks like Jamey Jasta’s been up to more than just podcasting. Looks like the dude may release a second solo record. Because that first one was so stellar, right? I don’t even remember whether it was good or bad. It was just not memorable. Anyways, Disturbed’s bassist, John Moyer — the same dude who just […]

“Black Metal” Song Least Black Metal Thing You’ll Ever Hear

Max Jury

Some dude named Max Jury — a songwriter from Des Moines, Iowa — has released a four-song EP called All I Want: The Sonic Factory Sessions. I know this because today, I received a press release about the album’s piano-laden lead single, “Black Metal.” I fell for it, and checked out the song, which isn’t […]

Exodus Reveal More About New Record

Blood In, Blood Out

San Francisco Bay Area thrash metal veterans Exodus will be releasing their tenth studio album, Blood In Blood Out, in North America on October 14 through Nuclear Blast, according to the latest on the album. The artwork was illustrated by Swedish artist Pär Olofsson, known worldwide for his incredible renderings that have graced the covers […]

Morgoth Streaming New Tune

Morgoth

Reactivated German death metal outfit Morgoth have just released a seven-inch EP and digital single titled God Is Evil, featuring two brand new cuts. The song “God Is Evil” can now be streamed at the end of this post. Comments the band: “Finally, after 17 years, we have some new tunes to share with you. […]

Åkerfeldt Says Opeth Is Still Metal

Mikael Åkerfeldt

Despite their most recent albums sounding nothing like the extreme metal stylings their fans had fallen in love with them for, Opeth’s Mikael Åkerfeldt insists in a new interview with this site that the band’s still part of “the metal world.” Says Mikey: “I don’t know anything else than the metal world, because that’s where […]

Yes, Genesis Members Guest On United Progressive Fraternity Disc

Fall In Love With The World

This news here is mostly for my dad. And anyone else who digs prog rock, as I do. It’s in my blood, folks. So, InsideOutMusic have announced the signing of United Progressive Fraternity. The label will release the band’s debut album Fall In Love With The World this November. Formed from the ashes of respected […]

Let’s Listen To Some New Abysmal Dawn, Shall We?

Abysmal Dawn

I think we shall. Los Angeles based extreme metal masters Abysmal Dawn will return with their fourth full-length Obsolescence this October. Head to the end of this post to listen to a new song from the disc, called “Inanimate.” Obsolescence will be released October 28 in North America (UK/World October 27th and Germany/Benelux/Finland on October […]

High On Fire Frontman Talks Next LP

High On Fire

In a new interview with Loudwire, High On Fire vocalist and guitarist Matt Pike sat down to talk about the writing for the band’s next album. He said: “It’s an extension of ‘Vermis,’ only it’s way deeper. Way deeper. I’m not going to elaborate until I have everything written and my band has all the […]

1349 Streaming Another New Tune

Want

You will listen to 1349, if you know what’s good for you. The Norwegian black metal band’s one of my favorites. I have many favorites. Like Richard Christy. A third new track has surfaced from the band’s upcoming new album Massive Cauldron of Chaos> The new track is called “Exorcism” and follows for your enjoyment. […]

Black Map Releasing Debut This Fall

Black Map

Black Map, the Bay Area outfit that features Dredg guitar player Mark Engles, Far and Crosses drummer Chris Robyn and singer and guitar player Ben Flanagan of The Trophy Fire, will release their debut album, …And We Explode, on October 28 on Minus Head Records. The 12-song record was recorded at Hellam Sound in Oakland, […]