The emasculated remnants of America’s Antifa are at it again! Now mostly regulated to a handful of stay-at-home activists, the boys at Antifa made enough calls to frighten a Manhattan art gallery into canceling a Taake show scheduled for next month. While they likely believed Taake to be a weird performance artist after seeing pictures from that time Hoest’s host broke through his pants, the trust fund kids running (le) poisson rogue (not a typo, they’re apparently too cool for capital letters) were probably scared off by that time Taake wore a swastika in Germany. Or perhaps someone just showed them those legendary dick pics.
Tags: antifa, dick, Hoest, leftists, news, pussies, social justice warriors, Taake
Furious Dutch black metal band Sammath have issued forth a live recording of “Godless” featuring founder/guitarist Jan Kruitwagen on vocals. The band takes a high-intensity old school approach to this track, emphasizing the multitude of death metal and black metal influences on this band, but with technical aptitude making the song flow together in the style of later black metal.
Tags: Black Metal, bloodlust, heathenism, sammath
Apparently there is a magic character out there that slays Apple devices. When trying to parse it, they become as confused as a voter analyzing policy or the average person contemplating the mysteries of the cosmos. Similarly, the Apple devices freeze, then crash, which allows a hostile attacker to do whatever they want.
Tags: apple, Black Metal, gnosticism, hermeticism, monism, occult, protervitas, quantum physics
Gibson Guitars are on the verge of bankruptcy per an article in the Nashville Times. The famed company is currently in a shitload of debt and its bondholders are panicking as their CFOs are abandoning ship. Despite bringing in a billion dollars last year, the prospects of Gibson are uncertain which begs the question: What future do high-end guitar brands have in a world that’s gravitating towards electronic music? And more importantly- is the death of electric guitar closer than we think, like many are claiming?
Tags: bankruptcy, death of the guitar, decline, doom, Gibson, guitars, high end guitars, Korean guitars, news, panic, Paul Reed Smith, Taylor Guitars, trends
On a recent episode of “The Classic Metal Show” burnt out Pantera vocalist and famed roman-saluter Phil Anselmo admitted that his newest album Choosing Mental Illness as a Virtue was “only going to appeal to X amount of people, and that’s going to be a small amount of people.” By X amount, Phil was likely referring to the roman numeral for the number 10 as that is about the number of fans his band of soon-to-be deported illegal immigrants has. The album currently has a 46% score on Metal-Archives (already a low medium of standards) and virtually no one has professed a fondness for the album outside of the journalists who were paid to.
Tags: bad albums, deportations, Dimebag Darrell, ICE, pantera, phil anselmo, Phil Anselmo and the Illegals, PR, racism, The Classic Metal Show
Political YouTuber Finntronaut has uploaded a silly new metal song and video themed after the “It’s Okay to be White” prank that violently triggered thousands of snowflake liberals earlier this season. While the song is not exactly good, it’s a pretty funny take on how ridiculous this culture war has gotten lately here in the U.S.A. Thematically the video takes no political position- it’s just a bunch of goofy satirical visualizations overdramatizing the racial/cultural tensions of this age.
Tags: 4chan, alt-right, It's Okay to Be White, metal, nu males, pranks, racism, snowflakes, youtube
It appears the terrible fate that met the Star Wars franchise may soon befall heavy metal music’s greatest literary influence: Lord of the Rings.
Tags: cash grab, feminism, Heavy Metal, literature, Lord of the Rings, multiculturalism, news, Star Wars, tolkien
Megadeth guitarist Dave Mustaine has been vocal these past few weeks of pushing through one final Big 4 tour before Slayer hits the nursing home. He believes, however, that there’s no chance Metallica will be in. Mustaine, committed to getting a piece of the Slayer retirement pie, goes on to say he’ll headline a big 3 tour (minus the big 1) or perhaps start a new big 4 with two other thrash metal giants….
Tags: anthrax, Big 4, cash grab, Dave Mustaine, Exodus, megadeth, metallica, news, slayer, testament, thrash metal
With Ozzy Osbourne announcing his second retirement tour (the first being with Black Sabbath) in 2 years, Slayer retiring, Satyricon retiring (from touring the US, the only country that matters), etc we can safely conclude that retirement tours have quickly become a trend. This beckons an interesting question- are record execs pushing these as an attempt to cash-in on aging metal bands?
Tags: aging, black sabbath, death, Heavy Metal, iron maiden, ozzy osbourne, retirement, touring, venom
As we predicted at the close of last year, a storm of power metal is coming at last and replacing the soon to be dead genre of post-metal. With beta-male hipsters turning toward retro rehashes of classic metal they are at last abandoning the pretentious nasalings of post metal. Let us rejoice in the death of post-black metal!
With Fridays becoming the new Tuesdays for metal releases (for reasons unbeknownst), let’s turn our attention to the next meaty drop of 2018 extreme metal.
Tags: Brutal Death Metal, Cringe, Crypt Rot, dark horizons, death metal, Frozen Crown, Gore, Ignition, King Witch, metal, news, power metal, Therion, upcoming releases, Visigoth