About The Recent Downtime

So as you may know, we’ve recently switched web hosts, and it hasn’t been without its speed bumps. The first few days have been rocky, but it appeared to be stable up until yesterday, when our account was suspended for being too resource intensive. After some downtime, we were told…

Pallbearer – Sorrow and Extinction

Pallbearer Sorrow and Extinction 01. Foreigner 02. Devoid Of Redemption 03. The Legend 04. An Offering Of Grief 05. Given To The Grave [02/21/12] [Profound Lore] Doom metal is a genre with which I’m just getting my feet wet. I’ve not delved too deep into the pool that is this…

Gay For Puciato

A few days ago, Greg Puciato of The Dillinger Escape Plan made quite the statement and stance in regards to homophobia in metal and society in general. The man was simply responding to an anonymous question from one of his fans over at his official website, and what transpired after…

Drewsif Stalin Gets Absurd On New EP

Around these parts, we love ol’ Drewsif Stalin. His jolly presence has graced our site a few times before, as he drops new music like change. A year isn’t complete until Drewsif releases a new EP or two. Absurdity is the name of his latest Musical Endeavor, and features plenty…

New Cynic Album Due Out By The End Of 2012

It’s been known that Cynic have been working on a new full length album, but Molten Magazine recently caught up with Paul Masvidal to discuss the upcoming Portal Tapes release as well as the new Cynic record. Here’s the excerpt below: “Right now we’re deep in the album. It’ll probably…

First Sonisphere UK Line-Up Announcement Goes Live!

Sonisphere, the annual cross-European metal festival, is entering its fourth year this year, and the Blighty-iteration has already begun to rival the crown of Download as the nation’s biggest metal festival. Some are citing this year’s initial line-up announcement, released yesterday, as somewhat disappointing, but I think there’s definitely some…

Carthage Unveil New Song ‘Blackout

Baltimore-based deathcore band and friends of the site Carthage have posted a new song online from their upcoming debut album Salt the Earth. ‘Blackout’ comes off the heels of their recent announcement of the inclusion of a new guitarist, our very own Noyan ‘Nayon’ Tokgozoglu. You can stream this new…