NZ thrash metal trio ALIEN WEAPONRY unleash their brand-new music video for "Whispers"of the recently released debut album, Tu.
SK is super stoked to premiere a new video "Through The Skin Of My Teeth", a pretty depressing jam with a purpose. The first time I heard this song I loved it, and I hope you do too!
Copstabber Dave joined Getting It Out Podcast to discuss the evening that Donald Trump's ex-lawyer rocked out to Copstabber. Bonus material includes a tutorial on "butt drugs."
Philadelphia's/Washington, DC's forward-thinking death metal entity HORRENDOUS will release their long-awaited new album 'Idol' worldwide on September 28. Check out a new song here!
Bryan dragged John to see 2018's scariest film and it ruined his life. Listen to find out why!
SKELETONWITCH give us another glimpse at what's to come on their latest endeavor, Devouring Radiant Light. Today they've shared "Temple of the Sun" via REVOLVER.
This band continues to put out one solid album after another every few years, and we are more than excited to bring you a new track premiere, album overview and interview for the new album "Nothing In Nature Respects Weakness" - out 7/20 on Fast Break Records!
Earlier this year it was announced that Boston's UNEARTH had signed with CENTURY MEDIA RECORDS and were working on a new album. The band has completed work on the album entitled "Extinction(s)" which is set for a fall release. More details will be revealed the coming weeks. Today UNEARTH drop the album's first single 'Incinerate'.
Khemmis guitarist/vocalist Ben Hutcherson has a chat with Getting It Out Podcast about the bands new record, Desolation, released June 22nd via 20 Buck Spin. Listen here to get insight on one of the most exciting bands in heavy metal in 2018.
March of 2018 saw the release of the latest MONSTER MAGNET masterpiece "Mindfucker" on Napalm Records. Following three exclusive Northeastern US shows, the band headed across the pond for a European headline tour. Now they are ready to return to North America for a full headline tour this Fall.
Instrumental metal/rock for fans of Russian Circles, Pelican, or This Will Destroy You.
Not like it's ever really in question, but MDF has once again started to put together the sickest lineup in underground metal. Here are the first 25 or so bands!
Bryan and John give their take on Thoroughbreds