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Decapitated’s proper release of the ‘The First Damned’ is exactly what you were hoping for

Posted by on May 14, 2021

  You’ve probably searched far and wide to get a halfway decent copy of the much exalted early demos by Decapitated and you might have been disappointed in what you were able to find. For years, fans of Decapitated have been clamoring for a proper release of these late 90’s tracks and finally we are […]

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GWAR’s “The Disc With No Name” features the softer side of GWAR… kind of…

Posted by on May 13, 2021

  Even COVID has kept the mighty GWAR on live performance hiatus as it seems not even these intergalactic gladiators are immune. But while we wait for our favorite aliens to get back on the road here on earth, the band has put together an EP to attempt to hold us over. The Disc With […]

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Just as spring ushers in it’s warmth and splendor, Khandra’s debut LP whisks us back to the deadened winter

Posted by on May 11, 2021

  Khandra’s All Occupied by Sole Death is as bleak as a Belarusian winter itself. It comes in cold and leaves you feeling colder. This is a debut that feels like COVID lockdowns – cold, isolated and detached from everything and everyone.  It’s difficult to find a more appropriate soundtrack to our current earthly existence.   […]

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Melvins TV 3 Live Stream Takes Us Back to the Public Access Days… kind of

Posted by on May 3, 2021

  This past weekend the Melvins released their third live streaming event entitled simply, Melvins TV 3. The first couple of songs was primarily geared for the lovers of the kindly, softer, acoustic version of the band as the guys relied more on melody than distortion. This changed about 30 minutes in when the band […]

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Headbangers Brawl: What do you think of the new Gojira album, ‘Fortitude?’

Posted by on May 3, 2021

  Gojira have finally released their first new record in five years with Fortitude on Friday (30th) via Roadrunner. Arguably one of the most highly-anticipated albums of the year, Gojira have surprised us with a more serene direction over flat-out, in-your-face heaviness. With this changed and yet similar style, we decided to have a headbangers […]

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