Lice – Woe Betide You

Brazilian avant-garde Black Metal act Lice probably thinks its name evokes horror, decay, and disease. For me, it mainly brings back memories of my childhood, as I had bottle after bottle of insecticide poured over my head because my leprous sibling had picked up yet another infestation from his dirtbag mates, and we all had to be deloused again. But I digress. Continue reading

Mystifier – Protogoni Mavri Magiki Dynasteia

Brazilian Black Metallers Mystifier are a bit like the humble Coelacanth, a strange creature seldom seen and often assumed dead, but still rising from the depths now and then to remind us all it’s still there and will doubtless outlive us all. Continue reading

Warrel Dane (Sanctuary, Nevermore) Dies At Age 48

Just when we thought 2017 couldn’t take any more legends from us, we’ve learned that vocalist Warrel Dane had a heart attack last night and could not be rescued. Continue reading

Watch Metallica’s Full Performance At Lollapalooza Brasil

Metallica headlined Lollapalooza in São Paulo, Brazil over the weekend, and completely dominated the stage. Continue reading

Max Cavalera Discusses Sepultura’s Roots Album, The “Return To Roots” Tour And More!

Max & Iggor Cavalera brought their “Return To Roots” tour to The Gramercy Theatre in New York City earlier this week, and as I said in my review of the show, they completely decimated the sold out venue. Continue reading

Sepultura – Machine Messiah

Sepultura have never been interested in living off of previous successes. Respect the past, guitarist Andreas Kisser always stresses, without being bound by it. And with each new album, they stretch the goalposts a little farther, experiment a little more. Machine Messiah (Nuclear Blast) sees them pushing their creative inspirations further than ever before while maintaining the spirit and strength that has allowed them to thrive for over 30 years.
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Sepultura Performs I Am The Enemy Live And Details Machine Messiah


Sepultura have announced that their new album, Machine Messiah, will arrive in stores on January 13th via Nuclear Blast Records. Continue reading