Ornate funeral doom metal band Skepticism announced the release of their sixth full-length album, Companion, via Svart Records on September 24, 2021. The first single, “Calla,” indicates a more lush symphonic approach perhaps influenced by Empyrium.
Tags: Doom Metal, skepticism
The libertarians are correct: everything is an industry, at least until higher commitments or pretenses intervene. Metal music makes money, so not only has it become an industry, but promotions is a burgeoning industry, as is reviewing.
Tags: abstraction, fisting, mission, purpose, sodomy, theory
Classic flowing black metal band Graveland has returned, modifying their swing toward folkish soundtrack metal with more rigid, hardcore-style riffs in idenfiably metal songs spanning the black metal, death metal, and heavy metal genres.
Tags: Black Metal, graveland
Ambient death metal band Desecresy recently released three teaser tracks, presumably from an upcoming album. These show the band venturing into some indie rock technique while attempting to dominate it with death metal structure and aesthetics.
Tags: death metal, desecresy
Excoriating black metal band Sammath has unleashed a new crop of patches for your kutte or battle jacket, or maybe the sails on your yacht; these can be found from the Sammath direct merchandising site.
Tags: Black Metal, merch, sammath
Although Death Metal Underground, as a site run by veteran free-speech activists who crossed over from Leftism to Nihilism, has opposed “cancel culture” — a variety of “political correctness,” itself just another version of humans attempting to control reality through appearance and emotion — for some time, not only Glenn Danzig but now John Joseph from the Cro-Mags are speaking up:
Tags: cancel culture, cro-mags, Hardcore, john joseph
Alongside Hellhammer, Bathory, and Sodom, Slayer helped invent the raw sound of death metal, which combined the literality of hardcore with the imaginative atmospheres of heavy metal and the structural composition of progressive rock and classical.
Tags: death metal, jeff hanneman, slayer
Today in our studies of entropy, we look at how humans in groups motivated by self-interest will tear down anything good. As a case for study, Wormwood Nattarvet shows us how cruft and the desire to be unique leads to a reversion to the mean, in this case the 70s rock from which black metal distantly emerged.
Tags: Black Metal, easy listening, wormwood
Famed for being a crypto-realist who lives in a world of imagination, Glenn Danzig laid out the brutal truth about political correctness:
Tags: glenn danzig, kafkatrapping, political correctness, punk, sjws, the misfits, woke politics
Longstanding death metal band Pestilence, attempting to hybridize its musical core through the vision of Patrick Mameli with a new generation of metal, has released the first track from its upcoming album Exitium named “Morbvs Propagationem.”
Tags: death metal, pestilence