Tempted by nu metal, tapping into new technology, ignored by the mainstream, familiar titans seemed to reach the end of their ropes.
We'll go song by song, reveling in album tracks, Mayhem rarities, and tributes by colleagues and proteges including Emperor, Gehenna, Dark Funeral, Gorgoroth, Immortal, and Anaal Nathrakh.
We yank out the vast infection of related bands including Impaled, Ghoul, Dekapitator, Gruesome, Pounder, Intronaut, Cretin, Mortuous, Expulsion, Gravehill, and more.
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The lasting impact of mostly Sub Pop Records grunge acts like Tad, Nirvana, Earth, Mudhoney, and Soundgarden merits a look at the thick sound of distortion and flannel.
Whether you wear an X on your hand or an XXX on your moonshine jug, come out and support and enjoy almost four decades of DIY rebellion.
The saturated red and black clip is loaded to the max with skulls, dive-bombs, nuclear explosions, spikes, and, of course, swilling beer.
Here Daniel Ekeroth, author of the massive Swedish Death Metal book (not to mention bassist of TYRANT and INSISION), unleashes a short session explaining...
This long-awaited documentary by Antidote singer Drew Stone will sell out by the end of the day, so make your move and score tickets
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