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Anaal Nathrakh streaming new song “Forward!”

Posted by on July 19, 2018

On September 28th, Anaal Nathrakh’s new album A New Kind of Horror will arrive via Metal Blade Records. The group are now streaming the first taste of the record with the song “Forward!” Listen to the track below and pre-order A New Kind of Horror here.     Tracklist: 01) “The Road To…” 02) “Obscene […]

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Members of Napalm Death, Anaal Nathrakh, etc. launch new project Born To Murder the World

Posted by on June 14, 2018

Napalm Death bassist Shane Embury has decided to expand his creative projects by launching his own Extrinsic Recordings label. Additionally, he teamed up with Mick Kenney (Anaal Nathrakh/Mistress) and Duncan Wilkins (Fukpig/Mistress) to form the new band Born To Murder the World. On August 24th, their debut album The Infinite Mirror of Millennial Narcissism will […]

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Eighteen Visions announce first album in 11 years, take an “Oath”

Posted by on April 20, 2017

We’ve known for a bit that Eighteen Visions have been getting set to release their first album in eleven years. Now we have more information about it. The band’s new album will be called XVIII and it will be released on June 2nd on Rise Records. Surprisingly, Anaal Nathrakh’s Mick Kenney produced the album, and it’s […]

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Best Music Videos of the Week Ending 12/16

Posted by on December 16, 2016

  Another week has wrapped up, including an interesting mix of video premieres. Visually they consist of the bizarre, monstrous, and worldly. Here are this week’s top five selects! 5)  Polyphia, “Lit” Polyphia recently announced dates for their early 2017 tour, “The Lit AF Tour.” To promote even further, they created a music video for […]

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Metal Insider contributor Nick DeSimone’s top 10 of 2016

Posted by on December 6, 2016

It’s December, which means that everyone’s starting to look back at the year that was, even though we’re not quite through it yet. Over the next several weeks, Metal Insider will be bringing you our picks for the best albums of the year, as well as those from some of the artists that made some […]

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Metal By Numbers 11/9: All the world’s a stage…for sales

Posted by on November 9, 2016

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. It’s the morning after Election Day in the United States and, well, things happened. Relax, I’m not going to go on a big political rant here; you get enough of that from social media […]

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New & Noteworthy, October 28th – Nightmare

Posted by on October 28, 2016

Let me start out this week by saying that very little surprises me in the world of new releases. The amount of advance research and preparation that goes into this column on a weekly basis is considerable, and because of it, I not only know what is coming out each week, but also what is […]

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Fall/Winter preview: 24 albums to look forward to for the rest of 2016

Posted by on September 12, 2016

  Not exactly sure what happened this year, but I couldn’t be any happier with the plethora of kickass releases that has been coming out this year which started from January with Avantasia’ Ghostlights to the recent release of Gojira’s Magma. The list is endless and there is still one more quarter left of 2016. […]

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Metal Insider contributor Nick Desimone’s top 10 of 2014

Posted by on December 10, 2014

It’s that time of year again. As 2014 draws to a close, we check in with the Metal Insider staff to see what new albums got them the most excited. The next list we’ll be looking at is Nick DeSimone’s. I should preface this by saying that the bulk of this list should be taken with […]

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Metal By Numbers 11/6: Here Come The Brides

Posted by on November 6, 2014

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week. Another day, another band people dislike hitting the charts. But hey, there’s so many other major debuts that we’re sure you won’t even notice (even though the album art is right next to this […]

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