THE BLACK DAHLIA MURDER announce ‘Yule ‘Em All: A Holiday Variety Extravaganza’ livestream

On Friday December 18th at 4PM PST//7PM EST, The Black Dahlia Murder will kick off their "Yule 'Em All: A Holiday Variety Extravaganza" livestream, featuring live performances, special guests and more! Presented by Night Shift Merch, fans can purchase tickets and merch bundles now at: yuleemall.nightshiftmerch.com - where the stream itself will take place. ***There will be a... Continue Reading →

CD review BENEDICTION ‘Scriptures’

Pause, break or hiatus, all just words that might describe the status of Death Metal veterans Benediction over the past years. What’s a fact though is, that the band released with ‘Killing Music’ their so far latest studio album in 2008 and now it's time for new stuff. These kind of 'return-' records always feed... Continue Reading →

CD review ARROGANZ ‘Morsus’

Since 2008 German Arroganz (OK, that sounds a bit weird) evolve their sound and music, built on despair and rage. Also sounding very authentic the trio debuted in 2011 with "Dark and Deathless' and here comes the next avalanche of evil riffs, reaching is from Cottbus, Germany. 'Morsus' is the title of the new Arroganz... Continue Reading →

CD review KATAKLYSM ‘Unconquered’

Canada-based Metal force Katakylsm release their new longplayer 'Unconquered' as we speak (read). It's their 14th longplayer in the bands long history, a story that started nearly 30 years ago in Montreal, Quebec. 'Unconquered', a well-chosen title for the world we are living in in right now, has an approach of brutality beating filigree. Kataklysm's... Continue Reading →

CD review LIK ‘Misanthropic Breed’

Stockholm-based Lik (the Swedish word for "corpse), release with 'Misanthropic Breed' their third album, a longplayer with a title that's very relevant these days in various ways. Lik was founded in 2014, with a debut album that alighted from the moistly soil of Stockholm in 2015. 'Misanthropic Breed' follows 'Carnage' from 2018 and marks a... Continue Reading →

CD review UADA ‘Djinn’

Slowly but steady, UADA's fansbase is growing, mainly due to great musical craftsmanship that's so far reflected on two longplayers. UADA was funded in 2014 and debuted two years later with 'Devoid of Light'. 'Cult of a Dying Sun' was the next strike from the Portland-based quartet and sticking to a 'every second year' release... Continue Reading →

CD review MESSIAH ‘Fracmont’

Live shows, something we're all missing these days, have been the kick-start for Swiss Metal veterans Messiah to get together again for working on a next Messiah album - the first one in 26 years. With being hungry again for furious Thrash Metal, the band went at the studio again and what results from the... Continue Reading →

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