Domkraft – Flood

Doom metal. There's a lot of it, yeah? By now, the idea of doom metal making a comeback is absurd, since we're already well into this comeback. We've forgotten that doom (and, to a lesser extent, stoner) was a ... Read More...

Hadal Maw – Charlatan

Hadal Maw have been one of the most promising acts to emerge from the tech death underground in recent years. They're also one of the most frustrating. The Melbourne outfit seem forever poised upon the precipic... Read More...

121 – Weekly “Metal Is Trash” Update

This week me and my regular co-host Cody are tired of all the garbage in metal. Marduk, Cirith Ungol, Meshuggah, Decapitated, just throw it all in the trash fire. Then, more positivity. Cody is really excited about Psycho Las Vegas, which leads to him checking out Wolves In The Throne Room. There's a new Ihsahn song, and I got into Krosis, and tried to get into the new Panopticon album. Then we talk about Death, Gruesome and Cist. Finally, we go over this video comparing Mike Portnoy and Mike Mangini, and what the loss of Portnoy means for Dream Theater. Then, cool people time with A Quiet Place, The Knick, Unsane, The Exorcist (TV show) and more. Enjoy!

Best of 1998

Welcome back to our "Best of" column! This isn't the first time we've celebrated twenty year milestones, but this installment is a bit more meaningful for all of us here at Heavy Blog. This list comes a week af... Read More...

The Anatomy Of: Vexes

Surely by now you've all heard some of the buzz surrounding the up-and-coming hard rock / post-hardcore group Vexes. Featuring former members of A Life Once Lost, Vessl, Fury of Five, and Downstage, the act are... Read More...