Altar of Plagues – Teethed Glory & Injury

It may be a cliche to call something “a breath of fresh air” (though this review is certainly not a stranger to “music journalism” cliches), but Teethed Glory & Injury truly feels like a stepping stone for the furtherance of black metal that sacrifices neither heart nor hatred and comfortably treads the line between challenging and listenable. Teethed Glory & Injury is not only a standout record for the genre, but will likely be seen as a must-listen for 2013.

Bands Plagued By Facebook “Fake Like Crisis”

Over the past few weeks, there’s been a bit of a crisis brewing in social media that seems to be strangely isolated in bands in the djent, metalcore, and progressive metal scene. Bands have started seeing an outrageous influx of likes from fake pages. On the surface, it could have easily been assumed that bands were buying up fake likes to boost their numbers, but it’s much deeper and complex than that, with