Katalepsy – Gravenous Hour

On the back of a brutal death album that is far too catchy for it’s own good, Katalepsy are back with an all new, all singing beast of the most barbaric nature. Not the usual Unique Leader product by any breath, Gravenous Hour picks up where the Russians left off on…

PHOTOS: Lamb of God, Clutch, Corrosion of Conformity—May 17th, 2016 @ The Paramount, Long Island, New York

Long Island’s The Paramount was the host of a stacked, three-band lineup. Opening the show was Corrosion Of Conformity, and their set was straight up riffs for a good half an hour. They’re always fun to see. Following was Clutch. Like Corrosion Of Conformity, Clutch was a ride through riff…

Connecting the Dots: Obscura

Connecting the Dots explores side-projects and associated bands featuring members, past and present, of bands we know and love.

In today’s Connecting the Dots, we’re going to be talking about Obscura, who’ve become the closest thing there is to a household name amongst tech death enthusiasts. Obscura have recently undergone some significant lineup changes, but their Omnivium roster — arguably their most well known — is what we’ll be focusing on today

Starter Kit: Max Cavalera

I’ve previously expressed my opinions, however brief, about Max Cavalera: ex-Sepultura singer, groove metal pioneer and overall Brazilian badass. While I haven’t been the biggest fan of Cavalera’s recent output of music, I nonetheless owe a great debt to this man, as without him I probably wouldn’t be into metal…