As in the case of bands like Howls of Ebb, Morbus Chron, Virus, and so on, sometimes the concept of being “weird” is taken to incredible new heights, and that’s when a band like Moss Upon the Skull gloriously also comes into the picture. “Prog” doesn’t even begin to describe
I have been feeling old Marilyn Manson heavy lately. Whenever we play them, our kids go apeshit – which is always a good sign of quality! Today we want to share this radical Marilyn Manson full set from 1997. This is when the band was at its peak of FILTH!!!
HEAVY FUCKING METAL at it’s finest is all you are going to get with the soon to be released EP from NIGHTFEAR entitled Cryptasm. From the word go, this band is on a hellbound mission to show you just how fucking hard they can rock! What I love about their
Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran The final day started with a frantic run-around after misreading the schedule, which inevitably resulted in my missing mainstage openers Windhand, much to my chagrin. I did manage to catch Zeal & Ardor, however. A six-piece band who justified their considerable buzz with a
Integrity is important, but that statement alone is negligible given the band’s near 30 years as both progenitors and continuous pioneers of metallic and Holy Terror-inspired hardcore. Dwid Hellion, the original line-up’s sole remaining member and eternal mouthpiece, has long turned Integrity into a vehicle for his apocalyptic visions and
“Panopticon playing on a stage in the forest? Yes, please.” This quote was taken directly from an email I sent to Cvlt Nation Witch Queen Meghan MacRae last week. If you are like me, and the idea of Panopticon possibly playing in the forest is enough to have you scrambling