The Gen X legends are back with a dronecore odyssey.
Country for cenobites.
Remember shows? The new Ego Death record smashes their live energy right between your ears.
Racists better get to running, because Dropdead’s back and banging the war drums.
Their self-titled record is like getting a brain massage from a warbling synth and a trap snare.
With the state of the world as it is, it’s really no surprise that so many new death metal bands are erupting onto the scene.
Russia’s Dunwich remind us how even little brush strokes can shape a wholly haunting landscape.
40 minutes of hardcore edging, but for your ears.
Bloody vocal chords and haymakers of harsh distortion.
Under the Pier are stoking the coals of the mathcore funeral pyre into a new and hungry inferno with their debut LP.
Infant Island paint ugly truths with vibrant colors on their latest LP.
WVRM’s riffs got me leaning into the crowbar right as it connects with my skull.