Meshuggah "Humiliative" performed by: Mark Holcomb (Periphery) James Monteith (Tesseract / Cage Fight) Ben Kenney (Incubus) Sacha Dunable (Intronaut) Elliot Hoffman (Car Bomb) Mixed by Mikhail Marinas Of Brady Street Recordings. Taken from Slay At Home Fest in support of Musicares / The Iggy Fund / NAMI / Cancer Research Institute DONATE HERE
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Bloodbath's "Eaten" performed by: Dirk Verbeuren (Megadeth) Olivier Pinard (Cattle Decapitation) Sacha Dunable (Intronaut) Charles Elliot (Abysmal Dawn) Mixed, mastered and re-amped by Charles Elliott at Tastemaker Audio Taken from Slay At Home Fest in support of Musicares / The Iggy Fund / NAMI / Cancer Research Institute DONATE HERE
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Tomorrow, Slay at Home returns for the April edition of the free monthly streaming concert series. And, to celebrate, we've teamed up with this month's sponsor, Dunable Guitars, to give away the Intronaut "Fluid Existential Distortion" pedal by S&K. There are only 20 of these in the world and one of them could be yours. Fill out […]
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2020 was the most painful year of my life, but these albums made it bearable as my 15 most listened to of the year. Igorrr – Spirituality and Distortion  Gautier Serre and co. mastered the gift of sound on the last album, but learned to harness it in an allContinue Reading

Unsurprisingly, my favorite metal albums of 2020 are a mix of always reliable heavy hitters and remarkable up-and-comers who absolutely deserve more attention. If there’s any connective tissue between them—aside from shared styles—it’s that a few of these records really took me by surprise regarding their peculiarities and experimentations. EvenContinue Reading

Greetings folks, and welcome to another year-end list from the Weekly Injection guy.To the metals… Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading. These are the albums that I either returned to the most, were unique listening experiences, or just plain made me happy to hear. So, I’m sure I left off yourContinue Reading