Heaven Shall Burn Release New Song, Details About Release
Intronaut continue their habit of releasing fantastic pieces of music.
By now, you'll probably understand that we are all extremely excited for the new Intronaut record. Ever since I saw them perform the majority of their new album live a few weeks back, I've been wanting the re... Read More...
After a bunch of brief news bits and baseless guesses by us that missed the mark (oops, can't win em all!), the teasing is over for now. The tracklist and release date for Tesseract's sophomore album Altered ... Read More...
Bleed From Within Release Video For 'Uprising' & Free Download
Shut up and take my money, CM Distro.
For a long time fans of Voivod have been weary of what would happen when the band inevitably ran out of material left over from former guitarist, Dennis D'Amour (Piggy). Which is completely understandable, as Piggy was seemingly the key writing component of the band for the the first two decades of their formation. So, when it was made known that the band's latest record, Target Earth, would be the first album to feature contributions from Daniel Mongrain (Chewy), the man who took over lead guitar duties for the band's tours once Piggy passed away, weariness turned into apprehension. It's been made abundantly clear that when a pivotal member of a band is replaced, well the results can be less than desirable.