Death Metal

Review: DevilDriver – Winter Kills

by Rocki Lee September 10, 2013

DevilDriver – Winter Kills Released: August 27th, 2013 Label: Napalm Records After ending their eight year marriage with Roadrunner Records, DevilDriver released the brand new Winter Kills album under Napalm Records on August 27. Prior to this release, I was pretty iffy about DevilDriver; on one hand they are a pretty respectable death metal band, […]

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Review: Troglodyte – Don’t Go In The Woods

by Michael Davis November 12, 2012

Troglodyte – Don’t Go In The Woods Released: November 6th, 2012 Label: No More Tomorrow If you look around this site you will probably notice an “odd” thing. We don’t cover a lot of Death Metal around here. Some might say it’s because we are music snobs. The truth of it is, a lot of […]

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Autopsy: Feast For A Funeral comic book coming this Halloween

by Michael Davis October 3, 2012

California Bay area death metal pioneers, Autopsy, and E-Comix are pleased to announce that Halloween 2012 will be ground zero for the release of “Autopsy: Feast For A Funeral,” a fully-authorized comic book by one of the music industry’s biggest names in metal. “Autopsy has driven the hearse to bring death metal to the masses […]

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Review: Rumpelstiltskin Grinder – Ghostmaker

by Michael Davis June 14, 2012

Rumpelstiltskin Grinder – Ghostmaker Released: June 19, 2012 Label: Candlelight Records Buy Now There’s a reason you don’t see much Death Metal around this website. I don’t know if I’m just getting old, getting bored or there just too much now, but Death Metal doesn’t interest me like it used to. Don’t get me wrong, […]

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Video: Cannibal Corpse – Encased In Concrete

by Michael Davis March 13, 2012

New video from Florida Death Metal group Cannibal Corpse. The song “Encased In Concrete” comes off their latest album Torture. [iframe src="http://ictv-bd-ec.indieclicktv.com/watch/8f5005b7efa647d7a7e08ba60107e36a/iframe.html" width="480" height="340"]

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Review: The Kandidate – Facing the Imminent Prospect of Death

by Michael Davis January 19, 2012

The Kandidate – Facing the Imminent Prospect of Death [non-US site] Released: February 7th, 2012 Label: Napalm Records In regards to music, I can be a picky bastard. OK, not just with music. I am a picky bastard period. Listening to as much music as I do, I find myself getting bored easily with much […]

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Polish Politician Uses Death Metal To Convey Message

by Michael Davis October 2, 2011

This is something you would never see here in the U.S. Jedrzej Wijas, a candidate for parliament in Poland created video ads with several local Death Metal bands. He’s with the Democratic Left Alliance (SLD). In the videos, Wijas places himself as the lead singer. The video itself is a quick take on his own […]

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Review: In Flames – Sounds of a Playground Fading

by Michael Davis June 20, 2011

In Flames – Sounds of a Playground Fading Release Date: June 21, 2011 Label: Century Media It’s gotta be tricky for bands as they create album after album. If you change and evolve too much you run the risk of losing your fan base. If you don’t change enough you run the risk of losing […]

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Review: Autopsy – Macabre Eternal

by Michael Davis June 7, 2011

It seems 2011 is the year for death metal bands to have reunions with both Morbid Angel and Autopsy putting out new albums this year. Unlike Morbid Angel’s latest, Autopsy’s Macabre Eternal is good. Especially considering it’s been 16 years since Autopsy’s last effort. Autopsy is one of the underground Death Metal acts that many […]

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Troglodyte – Welcome To Boggy Creek

by Michael Davis May 13, 2011

I have to start this review with full disclosure. I can be picky about music (because I love it so) but I am very picky when it comes to Death Metal. The standard fare of a wall of noise and blast beats with what sounds like someone belching non stop into the mic never interests […]

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