- Withered full album premiere of ‘Grief Relic’
- 100 Years release video for ‘All Grey’
- Photoset: Hatebreed with DevilDriver on ‘The Concrete Confessional Tour’
- ‘Dusk and her Embrace… the Original Sin’ by Cradle of Filth to be released
- A Freezing Breath of Summer: Eight Slabs of Icelandic Metal
- Grand Magus’s Janne ‘JB’ Cristoffersson’s favourite Bathory art
- Watch the video for Haast’s Eagled’s ‘Pyaaz Bhonghi’
- Grand Magus’s Janne ‘JB’ Cristoffersson’s favourite Slayer art
- Mars Red Sky, Boss Keloid & More Play Manchester’s Riff Conspiracy On Sunday
- Song Premiere: ‘Home’ by Canadian post-black metal outfit Numenorean
GOG premiere ‘1870-1906’ video with Terrorizer
GOG, the brainchild of multi-instrumentalist Mike Bjella, are premiering their new video with Terrorizer.
The clip for ‘1870-1906’ is taken from the album ‘Ironworks’, due for release on 30 August via Season Of Mist. The album is based around the notion of enslavement through capitalism, an ode to the death of the American dream, and was recorded in an old blacksmith shop where Mike’s uncles worked, pictured below in the late 19th century or early 20th.