OTEP Shares New Teaser Ahead of Australia Tour Dates Next Winter with Skindred

Artist and activist Otep Shamaya and her band OTEP have shared a new video teaser dubbed “The New Gods”. The band has just announced they will embark on a tour of Australia this February supporting Skindred across the continent for five shows. Tickets are on sale now. OTEP is still supporting 2018’s rebellious Kult 45 album, released via Napalm Records. Continue reading

Nergal (Behemoth) Side Project Me And That Man Sign with Napalm Records

Adam Nergal Darski, the legendary frontman of Behemoth, has signed a new worldwide record deal (except Poland) for his band Me And That Man with Napalm Records. Their debut album, Songs of Love and Death in 2017 and gave the music world their brand of folk and blues, mixed with hints of outlaw country. Since its release, the album’s lead single, “My Church is Black”, has racked up over 2.5 million streams on Spotify. New music is planned for 2020 with new information coming soon. Continue reading

LIVE REVIEW: Cold: Live at Fine Line, Minneapolis, Minnesota

I can still remember the very moment the band Cold came hurtling into my atmosphere like a brilliant meteor, hell-bent on causing upheaval. Scooter Ward and his musical cohorts were the direct support band for the St. Louis, Missouri Industrial band, Gravity Kills. Cold, with their first studio album, just released, was still flying under the radar as far as getting mainstream exposure and radio play. The small venue in La Crosse, Wisconsin was sold-out on that balmy summer evening. I was unaware of how my life would be altered forever by a band I had never even heard of when I walked into that venue. Continue reading

Jinjer Shares Pro-Shot Footage of Entire New York City Show

Jinjer dropped one of the most anticipated new albums of 2019 today with Macro on Napalm Records. The band just dropped a video of their entire New York City concert, professionally shot by Revolver Magazine at The Gramercy Theatre. Watch it now and purchase the album at the link below. Continue reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Jinjer – Macro

Jinjer has got to be right up there when it comes to the busiest bands in all of hard music today. Just examining their 2019 schedule leads me to notice that they kicked things off with the Micro EP, toured Europe, launched their first headlining North American run this Fall and somehow still found studio time to assemble their fourth proper LP Macro (Napalm Records) just in time for another Euro trek. Don’t know how they do it, but nothing but respect for our Ukrainian friends even if our president is a vile pig monster who tried extorting you guys for political gain. Continue reading