This week’s new heavy metal releases include progressive epicness, devastating sludge, a shock rock icon, and more! To the metals… Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. Architects – For Those That Wish To Exist Genre: MetalcoreOrigin: Brighton, EnglandLabel: Epitaph England’s metalcore giants are back with their ninth album. This one includes guest
System of a Down recently released two new songs to raise awareness about the ongoing attacks against Artsakh and Armenia, titled “Protect the Land” and “Genocidal Humanoidz”. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. In an interview with Loudwire, System of a Down vocalist Serj Tankian revealed the two new songs were
Yesterday, we posted about a mysterious teaser video Gojira posted on their social media. The video depicted eleven symbols, which fans assumed meant a new album with eleven songs. Now we’ve got more information and it looks like that assumption was right! Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. Gojira has launched
This week’s new heavy metal releases include chunky guitars, a duel-wielding virtuoso, mood, grooves, and more! To the metals… Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. Abiotic – Ikigai Genre: Technical/progressive deathcoreOrigin: Massachusetts/Florida/CaliforniaLabel: The Artisan Era Buy now on Bandcamp Starting this week with some star-studded technical heaviness. The band’s third album, and
The Warmaster is joining us for the Metal Injection Livecast tonight. Josh Barnett calls in to talk about this weekend’s big Bloodsport card. Plus, we’ll talk about Danzig’s new horror movie. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. So tune in, tonight starting at 6pm Eastern (3PM Pacific Time, 11pm in London,
Danzig revealed he was working on a “vampire spaghetti western” shortly after the release of his directorial debut, Verotika. Today we get our first look at the new film, which is titled Death Rider in the House of Vampires, and it looks like B-movie bliss. Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.
This week’s new heavy metal releases include time-conscious prog, love for frogs, my favorite fun to say instrument, and more! Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. ALSO! Today, Bandcamp is doing their monthly day of giving 100% of what you pay directly to the labels and artists as Covid-19 Pandemic relief. So
Cannibal Corpse have officially unveiled the first single off their upcoming death metal opus, Violence Unimagined. The album will be released on April 16th through Metal Blade Records. The band unveiled the first single today, a gruesome video and the news that guitarist Erik Rutan is now a permanent member