ALBUM REVIEW: Dee Snider – Leave A Scar


Dee Snider is sixty-six years old.
Sixty-six.

What the hell happened there? When I was a teenager, sexagenarians looked and acted like sexagenarians, damn it. Politicians, gardeners, doctors, Victor Kiam (Google him, kids). The lady down the road who only ever seemed to buy tea bags and cat food, and that embarrassing uncle who used to try and Moonwalk at every family party.

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Cannibal Corpse Shares New Music Video for “Necrogenic Resurrection”


Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse released their new album Violence Unimagined on April 16th 2021, via Metal Blade Records (review here). The band shared their new video for the single “Necrogenic Resurrection” (directed by frequent collaborator David Brodsky // http://www.mgenyc.com), which you can watch below. Continue reading


ALBUM REVIEW: Memoriam – To The End


 

Would you like to know what’s one of my favorite aspects of metal? It’s that it’s too goddam stubborn to ever go away. As long as there is breath in a metalhead’s lungs they’re going to find ways to tune lower or crank in even more blast beats into a song. As To The End (Reaper Entertainment) roared from my car’s stereo is when I realized that Memoriam is Karl Willets’ latest musical endeavor despite already having a hall of fame run with Bolt Thrower. Bless that man.

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Watch Riley McShane Interview Corpsegrinder Fisher About the New Cannibal Corpse Album


Metal Blade’s weekly interview series – “Metal Blade Live” rolls on over at YouTube. Allegaeon frontman Riley McShane interviews artists from his label and the larger metal world. Recent guests include bands such as Unearth, The Crown, The Black Dahlia Murder, Tribulation, Ensiferum, and his own band members. Watch Riley interview George “Corpsegrinder” Fisher all about the new Cannibal Corpse album – Violence Unimagined, releasing in April.

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Cannibal Corpse Shares New Music Video for “Inhumane Harvest”


Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse previously announced their new album Violence Unimagined releasing April 16th 2021, via Metal Blade Records. The band shared their new single “Inhumane Harvest” – and now has David Brodsky-directed video for the track! Check it out!
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Cannibal Corpse Releases New Single, Announces New Album, and Welcomes Erik Rutan on Guitar


Death Metal legends Cannibal Corpse have formally announced April 16th as the release date of their 15th studio album, Violence Unimagined, via Metal Blade Records. The band shared their new single “Inhumane Harvest” – which debuted on SiriusXM Liquid Metal show, and you can hear it below. The band has also announced Hate Eternal frontman and producer Erik Rutan as a permanent member of the band, replacing Pat O’Brien who has been on hiatus from the band following personal issues. Pre-orders are also live for the new album at the link below.
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UPDATED: Cannibal Corpse Shares New Single “Inhumane Harvest” – Announces New Album on Liquid Metal


(UPDATE: We now have the full new single and announcement here) Cannibal Corpse premiered a new song last night on Sirius XM’s Liquid Metal show! “Inhumane Harvest” is the first single from their upcoming new album Violence Unimagined, due out this year from their longtime label Metal Blade Records. More details are expected to be released soon and we will update as soon as we know more.

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LIVESTREAM REVIEW: The Black Dahlia Murder’s – Yule Em All


Ho holy shit, did you catch The Black Dahlia Murder’s holiday livestream? I hope you did because it was a Christmas miracle. Aptly titled “Yule `Em All,” this was definitely not your typical livestream (or Black Dahlia show, for that matter.) Jam-packed with the bands’ trademark sense of humor and brutal riffage, the night was fueled by holiday joy and metal mayhem.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Harlott – Detritus Of The Final Age


Not exactly renowned for being a hotbed of thrash metal, Australia has nevertheless served up some quality bands over the years. Sadistik Exekution, Addictive, and Deströyer 666 all enjoyed relative success along with bigger names such as Hobbs’ Angel of Death, and of course, Sydney’s Mortal Sin, but in more recent years it’s been left to Melbourne act Harlott to fly the Aussie flag of hate.

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