Buzz “King Buzzo” Osborne loves what he does. Since founding Melvins in 1983, the singer/guitarist has regularly reinvented the band to challenge fans and…
Seriously man, don’t drop me in an area surrounded by fast-food and Mexican restaurants and expect me to lose weight. That aside, the inaugural edition of the Housecore Horror Film+Metalfest was an agile affair…
Hellbound Metal: In any case, they might have flown under the radar for some time, but this album proves that if you sleep on this Indy outfit, well, payback is a bitch. 😉
Sean Palmerston thinks back to his first SXSW festival experience back in 1998, featuring Shallow North Dakota, QOTSA and Man’s Ruin Records
Though they’re named after an opulent area of Hong Kong, this band hails from San Fran, across the Pacific Ocean. And after their self-released debut record generated a bit of a buzz three years back, KWC has signed with Brutal Panda for this, their sophomore release—35 and a half minutes of punishing post-sludge.
If you dug the direction COC took on their self-titled record—and I did—then this EP should tide you over till the next one.
This band just keeps on rolling, even if their former touring vehicle will remain parked for a while.
Sundays are somewhat of a strange day for a metal gig. Typically, it’s when you wind down from the weekend and get ready for the work week ahead. And wouldn’t you know it, there’s another gig this Sunday, as desert rockers Totimoshi take their strange sounds to Toronto on their tour for their latest, Avenger.
This record runs the gamut from cool to quirky to slightly-boring alt-rock slog, leaving no stone unturned along the way.
During the month of June Adam Wills traveled to Clisson, France to go to the 2011 edition of Hellfest. Here is his recap of day one in words and pictures, including reviews of the performances by Church Of Misery, In Solitude, Primordial, Down, Morbid Angel and more.