Dani Filth Shares His Thirteen Essential Albums For Halloween

Halloween is a week away, and Cradle of Filth‘s legendary vocalist, Dani Filth, has shared his thirteen essential albums for the holiday online today. Continue reading

Metal Hammer Reveal Their List Of ‘The 100 Best Metal Songs Of The 90s’

In the latest issue of Metal Hammer magazine, they revisit the 1990’s, and look back at some of the biggest bands, songs, and albums that came out during the decade. Today they’ve revealed their list of ‘The 100 Best Metal Songs Of The 90s’ online, and it’s sure to get people talking. Continue reading

Rob Halford And Ozzy Osbourne Name Their Top Ten Metal Albums Of All Time

Rolling Stone released their list of “The 100 Greatest Metal Albums Of All Time” last week, and they went about it the right way. Not only did they have metal writers from around the world submit their choices, but they also had metal icons send in their lists as well. Rob Halford and Ozzy Osbourne were two of the those asked to contribute to the article, and now their personal lists have made their way online. Continue reading

Eddie Hermida: The New Suicide Silence Record Is My Most Favorite Thing I’ve Ever Done.

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Suicide Silence will be releasing their self-titled album on February 24th via Nuclear Blast Entertainment, and as Mark Heylum previously said, “It’s going to completely change everything you probably ever will think, and have thought, or ever will fucking feel about the band.Continue reading

The Most Metal Moments Of South Park

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South Park will be kicking off their 20th season tonight at 10pm/9c on Comedy Central. Throughout their 267 episodes, Matt Stone and Trey Parker have taken on anyone and everyone they want, and even involved heavy metal royalty in some episodes. To celebrate it’s 20th season, I’ve compiled together a list of my favorite “metal” moments I’ve ever seen on South Park. Continue reading

Editorial: Skeleton Tree By Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Is The Heaviest Record Of 2016

Nick Cave, by Alwin Kuchler

Nick Cave, by Alwin Kuchler

Heavy metal is my world, and has been for decades, but the word “heavy” itself can be used to describe other types of music as well. Sure, hearing Pantera play ‘Suicide Note Pt. II’ live was the heaviest thing my ears have ever heard, but I’m talking about the heavy music that hits your heart as well. For example, when you hear ‘Redemption Song’ by Bob Marley, or Johnny Cash‘s cover of ‘Hurt,’ your whole soul feels like it has been taken over by the artist until the song ends. That’s the heavy I’m talking about, and last Friday Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds released the heaviest record of 2016. Continue reading