Soon it will be October, the month of all things horror related. So, what better person to discuss horror movies with than Mortician’s own Will Rahmer. Not only are Mortician New York death metal legends, but they are famously known for having long intros to their songs using samples from
Musician, composer, artist and survivor are just a few words you can use to describe Kristin Hayter. Performing under the name Lingua Ignota, she creates a live show which has been unanimously described as an exorcism. Her mix of choral, black metal, industrial, classical and doom metal makes for an
Toronto native Doug Brown is on his way across the United States this summer and fall to showcase his new Grindcore documentary “Slave to the Grind.” The first official documentary on this subject, the film explores the history and influence that bands like Repulsion, Brutal Truth and Anal Cunt (just
In March, Philadelphia hosted Decibel magazine’s second annual Metal and Beer Festival. Besides having an ever flow of craft beers, the two headliners for Saturday and Sunday were legendary death metal bands: At The Gates and Carcass. Both bands were debuting their new guitarists for the first time on U.S.
Few mysteries remain in heavy metal. With unlimited internet access and a plethora of people who have dedicated much of their life to becoming heavy metal historians, it is hard to find a band that existed that no one knows anything about. When I started seeing an LP with three
Metalsucks.net has recently gotten some criticism for publishing an article regarding the 2009 guilty plea of Inquisition front man Jason “Dagon” Weirbach on child pornography-related charges. This resulted in the band being dropped from their record label, the Satyricon tour, Marlyland Deathfest, and losing fans/facing backlash. I reached out to