Usually metal either takes itself way too seriously or it doesn’t take itself seriously enough and ends up being an embarrassment. But you can count on the fingers of one hand the times that metal was able to laugh at itself with success and without losing self-respect. Especially Black Metal.
Long before the mediocrity of the alternative rock band, even before the awesomeness of the 80’s death metal band, there was a demon of dreams, a spirit of sex. There was the incubus. The male counterpart to the more famous succubus, the incubus is a demon that is said to
Its 2018 and you absolutely love death metal. In fact, its your favorite genre and unbeknownst to everyone else you are the undisputed death metal champion of the internet. I mean who else is wearing an extra baggy Grave shirt with camo pants and Vans hi tops? The short answer
Distressed, raw and stripped-down, the first wave of Death Metal in the late 80s/early 90s brought with it the speed of grind, the drive of thrash and the attitude of hardcore by razing the paths laid before them and terrifying every pearl-clutching prude the world over. This rare moment in
Remember vegan straightedge grindcore project DEAD IN THE DIRT? The group put out a punishing record titled “The Blind Hole” in 2013 then effectively shelved the project indefinitely before vocalist/guitarist Blake Connally assembled INFERNAL COIL and released two EP’s: Burning Prayer of Infinite Hatred (2014) and Bodies Set in Ashen
Deimos Sanktuarium is the 5th release from the Swedish death metal band. Before you make any assumptions just know that Vanhelgd are NOT a “true” Swedish death metal band like Entombed or At The Gates. Instead of being another copy of these popular melodic death metal bands Vanhelgd over their